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AT&T Prepaid's Latest Phone Offers Triple Cameras at Affordable Price

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AT&T unveiled its latest smartphone that will be launching this week. The new phone, called the AT&T Radiant Max, will be sold as an affordable device under the AT&T Prepaid brand.

The AT&T Radiant Max comes with a 6.5-inch HD+ display. It has an unspecified Octa-Core processor with 32GB onboard storage and memory expansion of up to 128GB via a microSD card. The device features a triple camera configuration on the back with a 13-megapixel main camera, 5-megapixel ultra-wide sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro lens. In front, an 8-megapixel camera is available for selfies and video calls.

Other features that can be found in the AT&T Radiant Max include a 4,000mAh battery that is capable to last up to a couple of days on a single charge. The battery also comes with support for fast charging. Upon release, the phone runs on Android 10 OS. It also includes a two-year manufacturer warranty. If there are any manufacturer defects, AT&T will replace your device with the same or a similar model.

You can get your hands on this phone starting Friday, August 28. It will be priced at $129.99. For a limited time, new AT&T Prepaid customers can get their hands on the device for $79.99 with an unlimited plan activation, which starts at $60 per month. You can click here to learn more about the plans offered by AT&T.

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  1. Scandals
    Privacy data collection manufactured by Tinno Mobile

    In 2016 December, it is revealed that pre-installed application developed by Adups within BLU phones would transmit user data to Chinese server without customer consent.[5] Tinno is among the list of brands that were found to have Adups applications pre-installed on their phones.[6]

    In 2017 November, it is revealed that pre-installed application within Wiko phones, a Tinno subsidiary, would transmit technical data monthly to Tinno without customer consent. The company confirmed the existence of such information collection system, and said updated version of those applications will no longer collect geographical information of devices.[7][8].

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  2. Any clue as to who builds it? Any 5G?

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  3. Tinno Mobile Technology Corporation

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