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Affordable Coolpad Illumina Now Available at Boost Mobile

Boost Mobile has added a new Android device to its roster of devices.

The latest smartphone to be added into Boost Mobile's options is the Coolpad Illumina. This device is an affordable phone that operates under the lightweight Android Go platform.

For its display, the Illumina comes with a 5-inch touchscreen display. Underneath the hood, there is a Quad-Core MSM8909-6VV processor with 1GB of RAM.

The phone comes with 8GB onboard storage capacity with support for microSD cards of up to 32GB.

To take pictures with the phone, you can use the 5-megapixel rear-facing camera or the 2-megapixel front-facing camera. Other notable features include Bluetooth 4.2, WiFi connectivity, GPS, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The phone also packs a 2150mAh battery.

You can now get this phone from Boost Mobile at a price of $40. This price comes after an instant $40 credit.

Source: Boost Mobile  

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  1. Sometimes i wonder if boost is trying to get poor people to buy bad phones or they just dont know what they are doing

    1. Not only that, but they are trying to get people to buy the worst cell service which only works in a very small part of the country.

    2. I get good service with boost, and ive travelled from florida to arizona with no problem, its concerning though that sprint is not profitable and is just hanging on by a thread it sounds like.

    3. "I get good service with boost, and ive travelled from florida to arizona with no problem"

      You must have had your phone off most of the time, because Sprint's OWN MAPS show very little coverage between Florida and Arizona.

      You are probably one of those who has "no problem" with the phone being dead most of the time. The rest of us expect a product/service we pay for to actually work.

    4. Tom's Guide hits the nail on the head when it comes to Sprint's fundamental problem of simply not being there:

      "Great phones and smiling customer support are only so good until you can't actually use your phone."

    5. "To take pictures with the phone, you can use the 5-megapixel rear-facing camera or the 2-megapixel front-facing camera."

      Wow, a state of the art camera for 2012! Does it play 8-track tapes too?

    6. I have a couple boost mobile stores, This phone is not available from our warehouse and it should not be because its junk, We are only selling LG stylo 4 LG K30 Lg G6 and a couple samsung phones now J3 J7
      No junk phones are sold at boost stores. Maybe on the website or walmart but stores only carry premium phones now

    7. @unknown boost mobile store ownerthe premium phones you sell in your stores appeal to those with unlimited data plans but there are many boost customers with limited data paying $25 or $30 per month on old plans that need these newer non premium phones to be able to use Dunkin donuts and pizza hut and McDonald's apps that no longer are compatible with their older boost 3g Android 4.0 phones

  2. You could get better specs compared to what was available at the time at the exact same price point in 2014.

    These phones are literal garbage.

    1. But that means they are just right for the Garbage Network, right?

      "These phones are literal garbage"

    2. This phone's terrible even by Sprint's old standards.

  3. Android Go? That was meant for 3rd world countries where owning a smartphone is incredibly expensive. Boost themselves sells several cheap or free phones. Unbelievable.

  4. Walmart stores & Walmart.com - https://www.walmart.com/ip/Boost-Mobile-Coolpad-Illumina-8GB-Prepaid-Smartphone-Black/280948962 UPC: 855065008009 $39.88

  5. And you can't even combine this phone with Boost's $25 BYOD unlimtied data plan, which is the only decent thing about Boost currently.


    You're better off with a free moto e5 Cruise on Cricket plus a $25 unlimited data plan through reddit's CricketGroups.

  6. You can probable get a boost phone with 16 GB with android 8 on sale for around the same price so this is not a great deal. If this phone was $10 it would be OK.

  7. Hi Christine,

    Just in time for the start of summer, Boost Mobile has welcomed a brand-new Coolpad device to its lineup – the Coolpad Legacy™, perfect for all of the season’s adventures!

    Priced at $99.99 (plus tax), customers can purchase this feature-rich smartphone starting online today and at Boost Mobile stores across the country. And for a limited time, consumers looking to make the switch can head into a Boost Mobile store and get the smartphone for just $49.99 (plus tax).

    Features include:
    • A 6.36” FDH+ display
    • Latest Android 9 Pie OS
    • Long lasting 3980mAh battery

    Customers can get the most out of the new smartphone with Boost Mobile’s affordable prepaid phone plans. New customers can take advantage of a limited-time offer of four lines with unlimited data, talk and text for only $100 per month – which includes a mobile hotspot per line and 4G LTE for most everything else.

    For full details on the device and pricing, please visit BoostMobile.com.

    Please let me know if you have any questions!

    Kara New

    1. Hi Kara!

      I already wrote this yesterday: https://www.prepaidphonenews.com/2019/06/coolpad-legacy-now-available-at-boost.html

      Thanks for the heads up!

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