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LG Harmony Now Available at Cricket Wireless

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Earlier, Cricket Wireless welcomed a new smartphone into its lineup. Starting today, the LG Harmony is now available on the network's roster of Android smartphones for its prepaid customers.

The LG Harmony comes with a 5.3-inch HD display with a 720x1280 resolution. There is a 1.4 GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor powering the device from within along with 1.5 GB of RAM. There is an internal storage of 16GB, expandable by up to 2 TB through a microSD card.

The LG Harmony can capture photos from its 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and record 1080p HD videos. Up front, there's a 5-megapixel camera that can take selfies and voice calls. A 2,800 mAh removable battery runs on the back, which gives it up to 14 hours of talk time and 14 days on standby mode. Upon release, the LG Harmony runs on Android 7 Nougat OS.

On its announcement, Cricket highlighted the software features LG included with its latest device. Among these features include KnockOn, which allows users to double tap on the screen to wake it; and Knock Code, a feature that lets the user set a unique tap pattern to easily unlock the phone.

The LG Harmony is currently available from Cricket with a price of $99.99 with activation. The plans where the LG Harmony is compatible with include:

  • Basic $40/month - includes 3GB of high speed data
  • Smart $50/month - includes 8GB of high speed data
  • Unlimited $60/month - includes unlimited data

Source: PhoneScoop

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  1. And there’s a fingerprint reader on the back of the device as well. Biometric security is accessible on an entry-level mobile device.

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    1. Try again, just like the lg Aristo, it's the power switch.

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    2. Nothing on LG and Cricket that says it has a fingerprint reader.

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  2. Preventing getting it on the $30 plan is not good policy by ATT. customer unfriendly.

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    1. Un-twist your undies. It's just a 'buggy' typo.

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  3. Well written, Christine.

    I didn't get the feeling that you were promoting the phone, or had a stake in its sales.

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  4. Does it have a magnetometer ? Some entry level phones no longer have it . I use apps that require it (eg. compass ).

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  5. A lesser spec version of the LG K20 that Metro Pcs has for 119 bucks.
    The Metro version has a 13mp back cam and 32gb of internal memory, but Metro Pcs always seems to get the better LG versions of phones starting from the LG stylo 1 version.

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  6. The $50 Idol 3 from a year ago was a much better deal.

    Heck, mine's still alive and kickin'.

    As for $100 and a year later, I'd actually expect a lot better than this.

    Since the device is locked and the OS crippled, you should be getting at least 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage after porting in your number.

    Compared to Metro's free J7, this is just a disgrace.

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  7. Overpriced mediocre phone.

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  8. It'll be $29 with activation by June.

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  9. Pretty lame, the K20 Plus from MetroPCS has double the storage and more RAM

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  10. Cricket-Samsung Galaxy AMP Prime 2 a.k.a. Galaxy J3 (2017,GSM) now available - $149.99

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  11. AT&T GoPhone-Samsung Galaxy Express Prime 2 a.k.a. Galaxy J3(2017,GSM)- $129.99

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  12. Why spend $100 .you might as well save some $ and get the LG Escape 3 or the ATT Phoenix2. Not that much difference.

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    1. The Harmony has a Snapdragon 425 which is significantly faster than the SD 210 in the Escape 3/Phoenix 2. Also a larger battery and a bigger screen.

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