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Cricket Wireless Introduces New Entry-Level Device Called LG Fortune

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The LG Spree has a little brother and it comes with the name, LG Fortune. Earlier today, Cricket Wireless announced that this new phone has joined their roster of devices.

The LG Fortune comes with a 5-inch display with a resolution of 854x480. It is able to take photos thanks to a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and another 5-megapixel camera in front with Gesture Shot and Auto Shot. The rear camera is able to record HD videos.

Powering the device from within is a 1.1GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm MSM8909 processor with 1.5 GB of RAM. Compared to the Spree, the Fortune is an entry-level device with twice as much built-in memory. The Fortune has an internal storage capacity of 16GB.

Upon release, the Fortune runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS. It also comes with QuickMemo+, a signature feature from LG that allows its user to take notes, add photo captions, drawings and comments to your photos.

The LG Fortune costs $89.99 and requires a smartphone plan activation from Cricket Wireless.


Source: Cricket Wireless

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  1. Free in 3 months

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  2. Isnt this LG Phoenix 3?.. Too horrible specs..

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  3. Ewww that screen resolution.

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  4. The endless parade of burners.

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  5. These low end LG phones are bad.

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  6. OS is Android 6.0 and 100% sure LG never care about update newest version of OS in this phoen. Thus, this phone is trash.

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  7. Spree is $20. Why does the little brother cost more?

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  8. Throw it in the trash.

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  9. LG Phoenix 2 for AT&T just went clearance for $35 in-store at Walmart and it works out of the box for Cricket. The 2 trumps the 3 and the Fortune and is way cheaper.

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  10. Dis phone is very very bombad very very bombad.

    Yousa drop it inda doo-doo room, it might no be worth gett it out of da bowl.

    A bantha should step on it!!! Bombad!

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  11. This one should be free. On the plus side,all of the entry level phones should has at least 16gb intenal memory (vs 8).

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    1. Cricket Unlimited: $60.

      $55 with auto pay.

      $45 if you help reduce our warehouse stock by one miserable LG Misfortune.

      ...now THAT'S a fair deal!

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  12. Cute little thing. I think anyone who is coming from a flip to the world of smartphones, this is nice. Who cares if the specs aren't the best..it's a good phone to grasp basics.

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    1. "Cute little thing. I think anyone who is coming from a flip to the world of smartphones, this is nice."

      That sounds like part of the plot of one of those thawed-out caveman movies.

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    2. The basics?

      Lesson 1:

      "I'm gonna need a better phone!"

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    3. Lesson 2: My LG VN150 was a better phone.

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  13. Not sure why you would opt for the K4 when the X Power is only $10 more.

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  14. The upside is that it supports VoLTE according to the specs on LGs site. Not sure why they didn't stock the LG Aristo (Metro) or Stylo 3 (Boost/VM)

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  15. Far worse than the Alcatel OneTouch Flint, which seems to be permanently on sale at Best Buy and Target for $50.

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  16. Battery capacity too low.

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