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Boost Mobile LG Optimus F7 LTE Android Phone Launching June 27 for $299.99

Sprint announced today that the LG Optimus F7 is coming to Boost Mobile on June 27th for $299.99 with free shipping from www.boostmobile.com.

The F7 is mid-range LTE capable Android Jellybean phone with the following specs:

  • Android 4.1 Jellybean
  • Dual Mode 3G/4G LTE
  • 4.7-inch 720x1280 px True HD IPS screen
  • 1.5GHZ Dual Core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus Processor
  • 8MP BSI camera with 1080p Full HD video capture
  • 1.3MP Front Facing Camera
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Wi-Fi and GPS enabled
  • Instant Alert with LED Home Button
  • LG VuTalk share notes and images in real time between compatible devices
  • LG QuickMemo take screenshots and add notes, drawings and messages, then share them via social media, text or email
  • Up to 17 hours of talk time

The Boost F7 requires a Boost Mobile Android Plan. There are two plans available:
  • $55 Android Monthly Unlimited plan with Shrinking Payments which includes unlimited nationwide talk, text and picture messaging, Web, email and calls to 411. For every six on-time payments, the plan cost shrinks by $5, to as low as $40 a month. Payments do not need to be consecutive to qualify for the next savings milestone.
  • $3 Android Daily Unlimited Plan which also includes which includes unlimited nationwide talk, text and picture messaging, Web, email and calls to 411.
Sprint/Boost LTE is now available in 110 markets including Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Boston and Kansas City.

Source: Sprint

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  1. Great deal! It's amazing what we refer to as "mid-range" now.

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    1. Android OS is spec hungry. The newer software requires a lot more RAM and better processors or you get the Cupcake affect where everything runs slow. As technology improves, older tech becomes worth less and that's where all these mid-range devices work. They stay somewhat in your budget, will last you a couple of years, and still put a profit in the manufacturer's pocket. If you think that $300 is a lot for a phone, buy an S4 off contract...food to thought

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    2. Agreed. It's amazing how fast mobile technology is evolving.

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  2. This phone is a great example of how the prepaid carriers are struggling to correctly price their phones. For example, based on the specs of this phone, does it make sense to pay $100 more for the Samsung S3? Or pay the same amount as the HTC device?

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    1. The S3's specs are quite similar the the F7's but it has better name recognition, a slightly bigger screen, twice the RAM, three times the free internal memory and probably a better camera.

      The HTC One SV is outclassed by the F7 and I expect its price will be cut when the F7 is released.

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  3. WHY DOES BOOST GET BETTER PHONES THAN VIRGIN MOBILE!!!!! I would have bought this phone immediately if it had come out 4 VM....no seriously BM does get the better phones than VM

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    1. On the flip side of the coin, VM does have the iPhone...

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    2. I agree.I do have the S2 from VM.They both now have the S3. I hope they BOTH get the note 2.

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  4. seriously sprint is ignoring virgin mobile they don't release enough phones and if they do it's only mid-ranged at best and they don't have a decent number of androids or 4GLTE devices in their lineup.

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    1. Because Boost has more customers and more demand for better phones

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  5. Sprint sells the iPhone 4S on Virgin Mobile for the best price anywhere. It works great, and they give a $5/month discount with credit card renewal.

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  6. Sooo excited for this phone its gonna be sweet especially when my area gets 4g LTE great phone wonderful price point

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