Mobile Tips Budget-Friendly Revvl Phone


Just note, the same 18 month agreement applies to Smartpicks, regardless of whether you select an affordable phone or the next flagship device from any manufacturer. While the handset is simply called Revvl (not Revvl T1, as previously believed), T-Mobile makes it clear that this is just the first phone of the Revvl series, although it doesn't say when new models will be unveiled.

Talking about T-Mobile REVVL specifications, we have the device with 5.5 inch HD display with quad core processor coupled with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB internal memory. For what the Revvl offers, it is not that shabby of a price, though the Moto E4 Plus, Moto G5 Plus, and others have shown to be solid alternatives. Smartpicks is basically a selection of phones that T-Mobile feels bring a lot to the table in terms of features and specs, but won't be breaking the bank.

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Who here is planning to, uh, JUMP! on a T-Mobile Revvl? It builds off T-Mobile's original Jump On Demand plan that is typically used for higher-end devices. If you think of doing so through the latter, you can pick up any of the aforementioned phones for $0 down and either $7 or $8 a month. And you'll be able to upgrade to a new phone whenever you want.

This time, we even got to check out the T-Mobile REVVL "in the wild", with its real-world front and back panels pictured, as well as retail packaging further confirming the handheld's lack of manufacturer insignia. It's already several Nougat versions behind, and with Android O due in a few weeks, it's about to be a full version behind.