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Boost Mobile Unveils Its New Devices

Earlier this month, Dish announced that they officially acquired the Boost Mobile brand. A day after that, they unveiled two plans that will be offered: the $hrink-It! plan and a $35 plan that includes unlimited talk, text and 10GB of high-speed data.

Today, it looks like the company is on a roll as it unveiled three new devices that they added to their lineup-- the LG Tribute Monarch, Samsung Galaxy A21, and Samsung Galaxy A11.

Here are all the information available about these devices:


LG Tribute Monarch

The LG Tribute Monarch comes with a 5.7-inch HD+ FullVision Notch display and runs on a 2GHz Octa-Core MediaTek Helio P22 processor with 2GB of RAM, 32GB onboard storage, and up to 32GB expandable memory.

It features a 13-megapixel PDAF sensor and a 5-megapixel wide-angle rear-facing camera. In front, another 5-megapixel camera is available for selfies and video calls. It also includes a 2,890mAh battery and runs on Android 10 OS upon release.

Boost Mobile is selling this device for $69.99 instead of the $109.99 retail price when you activate service. The Dish Network-owned business plans to offer this device for free to those who switch to Boost Mobile in-store.

You can learn more about the device here.

Samsung Galaxy A21

Another new device that you can get at Boost Mobile starting today is the Samsung Galaxy A21. This device comes with a 6.5-inch HD+ TFT Infinity-O display and runs on a MediaTek P35 processor with 3GB of RAM, 32GB onboard memory, and an extra 32GB for memory expansion.

Camera-wise, this device has a 16-megapixel main sensor, 2-megapixel macro lens, and a 2-megapixel depth focus sensor. In front, there is an 8-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls. It also features a 4,000mAh battery and runs on Android 10 OS.

You can get the device for $199.99 for a limited time period instead of the full retail price $249.99. Click here for more information on this device.

You can get activate either device on Boost's $hrink-It! plan, which costs $45 per month and includes unlimited talk, text, and 15GB high-speed data. After three months of making on-time payments, the price of the plan is reduced by $5. And after six months of on-time payments, you get another $5 discount.

Samsung Galaxy A11

The third device that Boost Mobile unveiled today is the Samsung Galaxy A11. This device is said to feature a 6.5-inch HD+ Infinity-O display and have a Quad-camera configuration with a 13-megapixel front camera. Not much is known about this device but Boost says it will be available starting July 21 at a discounted price of $129.99 instead of the $179.99 retail price.

Thanks, Kara!


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  1. i have the LG K51. nice phone, once you unistall google garbage apps and disable others. problem is the new owner, dish network, has not yet stopped the same nonsense that caused sprint, virgin, and boost to fail.
    as soon as the phone is activated, or connects on wi-fi, boost still changes your thmem, already set up dektops and downloads a ton of junkware bloating apps to your phone without your knowledge or consent.
    every time you get an update, the junk gets installed over again.
    it is a constant battle to disable, uninstall the unwanted apps.
    they take up storage space, eat up data in background, and eat up battery.
    since dish network has been known to be pro-customer, dropping channels that demand excessive fees from customers, i wonder how long it will take before charlie eargen fixes these anti-customer practices and management at boost, hopefully not long. he should just clean house there.
    i won't activate my phone on a plan until i can avoid these unauthorized
    changes to my phone. i will pick the apps i want to add, and leave my themes and pages the way i want them set up.

    1. I have the same phone and none of what you said has ever happened. I don't get apps reappearing, and the bloatware was minimal.

    2. i had to do it 3 times.!
      i got smart and then enabled developer options.
      changing the setting to disable autmatic system updates did the trick.

      now, neither LG or Boost can install anything without my knowlwdge or consent.

      phone is now active and quite zippy. not bogged down on storage, data, or battery usage by uninvited apps.

    3. here is what i found out: a large number of these phones come with the sim card for the old, antique sprint/virgin/boost cdma network.
      the dealers then have to replace them with simcards that have a serial number ending with F , for the expanded ( t-mobile) network access.
      using the cdma sims results in downloading themes and bloatware onto your phone. using the expanded network sim card stops that.
      just look at the sim card serial number. if it does not end with an F, don't use it!

  2. You neglected to mention the 8MP ultra wide lens as well.

    1. OMG Can't you read properly???? PPN please don't approve his comments anymore!

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