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Microsoft Lumia 950 and LG G4 Now Available at AT&T GoPhone

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A couple of new high-end smartphones have just joined the lineup of AT&T's prepaid brand, GoPhone-- the Microsoft Lumia 950 and the LG G4.

Microsoft Lumia 950

The Microsoft Lumia 950 comes with a 5.2-inch WQHD OLED display with a 2560x1440 resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The device is powered by a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and up to 200GB memory expansion through a microSD card. The 20MP camera on the back manages to record 4K video quality while the 5MP camera in front has a 1080p video recorder. The device has a 3,000 mAh removable battery that lasts up to 13 hours of talk time and 11 days of standby time. The Lumia 950 runs Windows 10 OS and has support for Cortana.

The Lumia 950 is available under GoPhone for only $598.99.

LG G4

The LG G4 has a 5.5-inch Quantum QuadHD IPS display with 2560x1440 resolution. From within, the device is powered by a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage space and memory expansion support for up to 2TB. The camera on the back packs a 16MP sensor with UHD video recording, while the front has an 8MP camera. Thanks to a 3,000 mAh battery, the LG G4 gets to last up to 21 hours of talk time and 16.5 days in standby mode. It runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.

The LG G4 is available for only $462.99.

These two devices may be purchased through either $45 and $60 prepaid service plans offered by GoPhone and includes the following:

  • $45 Prepaid Plan - comes with unlimited talk, text and data with first 2GB at high speeds; unlimited messaging to over 100 countries
  • $60 Prepaid Plan - comes with unlimited talk, text and data with first 5GB at high speeds; unlimited messaging to over 100 countries, roaming in Canada and Mexico, unlimited calls, send unlimited texts and use high speed data within and between US, Mexico and Canada.

Get to learn more about either device offered by AT&T GoPhone by visiting their website today.


Source: AT&T

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  1. Tough choice; but the LG G4 has the bigger screen; has IPS over OLED ; and is more affordable...Gotta go with the LG G4...But for GREAT SPECS & surprisingly good price, I'd go for the MOTOROLA MOTO X PURE EDITION 2015...MOTOROLA actually utilizes an IPS LCD for that phone, which is terrific!

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    1. True Dat. The best bang for the buck by far is the 2015 Moto X Pure Edition. It's the only one of the 3 that's a true "universal phone", meaning you can use it on ALL of the networks because it supports all of the bands.

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  2. $599 for a Windows phone? That's crazy.

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    1. Well, its brand new to the market. Wait until Black Friday, its going to go for $29 at best buy.

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    2. False. If you keep looking backwards, you're going to crash soon.
      One device works as a phone, laptop and desktop using Continuum and an external dock and monitors. Run native apps or universal ones. You'll be able to run classic Win32 apps in emulation via the Azure Cloud. And in the future you can run iOS apps via emulation too, using the Islandwood bridge, which is moving along well. MSFT is building iOS code into Win10 and giving tools to developers to let them easily recompile iOS apps into universal apps.

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  3. A high price for what is a dumbphone in today's world.

    Nice hardware, though.

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    1. If 400K apps aren't enough, you must have some weird fetish involving green robots or other strange compulsions.

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  4. http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-UNLOCKED-Smartphone-International-Warranty/dp/B01822N2IO

    $100 cheaper for the unlocked 5.7" 950xl

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  5. Moto X 2015 and $60 GoPhone plan through CallingMart FTW!!

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  6. The LG G4 has a removable battery. What more need be said?

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  7. "f 400K apps aren't enough, you must have some weird fetish involving green robots or other strange compulsions."

    No, I want a usable smartphone. Windows Phone is a failed platform that developers have abandoned in droves. Not only has it failed, it will never run IOS apps. Apple will never allow it. Hidden inside the deceptive, never will happen claim that it will run IOS apps is the truth: all it is is something that makes it easier to supposedly create new Windows Phone apps similar to existing IOS apps. Which IOS developers will have no interest in since Windows Phone crashed and burned and is on its way out.

    As for the shill-speak of 400K apps being all you need, I've search for the apps I need in IOS and the Android store also. I find what I am looking for most of the time. I almost never do in Windows Phone.

    400K badly out of date apps and worthless fluff is still 400K badly out of date apps and worthless fluff.

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    1. Not everyone wants or needs the apps you use. Get over yourself.

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  8. $463 for a year old LG G4? Come on AT&T. I'm all for last years flagships but the price is a little rich. T-Mobile get's it right at $350.

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