Samsung and MetroPCS Out the Contour 2
Samsung and MetroPCS today published some information on their web sites about the R270 Contour 2. This entry-level flip phone, which is a follow up to the R250 Contour, is being offered by MetroPCS for $59.99. It inlcudes a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1 with stereo support, WAP browser, email, dual displays, and GPS. The Contour 2 can be purchased directly from MetroPCS's web site. The R270 Contour 2 is being sold by U.S. Cellular as the R270 Chrono 2.
Hands On with the Moto g7 Series
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Samsung Freeform 4 and Chrono 2 for Sale from U.S. Cellular
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HTC 10 Re-Focuses On the Camera and BoomSound
Apr 12, 2016
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AT&T Resurrects the 'Cingular' Brand for Flip Phone
May 23, 2016
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A sign of what's to come.
If it even bring them a single Cent in revenue, the CEO would consider this a worthy release. Everything has to do with money, I guarantee this. If they thought this phone wouldnt sell at all, they would not have released it.
CDMA flip phone release in the midst of merger negotiations that immediately halt CDMA sales should they go through? How does this begin to make sense? I understand that you don't want to limit your income poten