Who says you have to break the bank just to keep up with the technological boom of the previous decade? These economic mobiles are affordable alternatives to expensive cell phones that look and perform above their pricing. So here are the The Top 10 Economic Mobiles of current year(2014). Hope you will like our review. Don’t forget to comment. Thanks for visiting.
10. Samsung S425G
Equipped with a sliding keyboard, 2 megapixel camera for photos and videos, and a sleek modern design, this phone is a great bargain. It’s up to date Bluetooth technology and build in MP3 player make it a versatile and modern choice. The triple minute plan ensures that this Tracfone gives you what you paid for.
9. Kyrocera Torino
This phone has a 2.2 inch screen with a crisp resolution and a comfortable keyboard. It gives you all the basic functions of a cell phone, without the luxurious additions to save money. There is a camera but it doesn’t have a flash. A great choice for someone that prefers texting over talking.
8. LG Optimus S
One of the most visually appealing phones on the list, the Optimus, can utilize Android technology for a fraction of the price of most standard Android phones. The touch screen interface is easily navigated and the battery lasts more than six hours.
7. Motorola Admiral XR603
This phone combines durability, with the functionality of a smart phone, for a reasonable price. It’s protected from dust, moisture, shock, and solar damage. You won’t have to shell out money for expensive protective cases and it should give you quite a long use of Android functionality. The 5 megapixel camera isn’t too shabby either.
6. Kyocera Laylo M1400
This phone might be small, but it packs a punch. When slid open vertically, it measures only 5 inches tall. The interface is very simple and easy to work with. A solid and affordable choice with great voice quality and all the basic features you’d expect from a mobile.
5. BlackBerry Curve 8530
BlackBerry might not be getting much attention lately, but the Curve is a great underrated choice. The slightly higher price is made up for with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS navigation, media player, and video camera. It’s a thin and light choice for a more than reasonable price.
4. LG Rumor Touch
With a contract, this phone is surprisingly cheap for the amount of features it boasts. The horizontal sliding keyboard combines with a three inch touchscreen for the ultimate experience. It is designed to work seamlessly with social networking applications and has superb vocal quality.
3. LG Optimus Logic
The Net10 contract with this phone makes it a killer deal with great features. The lithium-ion battery has a lengthy life that powers the Gingerbread operating interface with speeds of 3G. Comes equipped with a 3 megapixel camera and slot for a microSD card, allowing you to easily transport media. Also, the touch screen interface is shockingly easy to navigate.
2. Huawei Valiant
Don’t let the unfamiliar name fool you, this high performance phone somehow snuck under the radar with a sleek design and impressive functionality. Its slim body has a sturdy build and the 4 inch touch screen can easily navigate the Android operating system. With a battery life of 600 minutes, it outlasts a lot of competitors in its class.
- iPhone 3GS
You don’t have to keep up with Apples neverending supply of developing tech to enjoy the brilliance of the iPhone. The older 3GS model is much cheaper, and is still an amazing mobile computing device. While more pricey than other options, the video and camera are great and the application interface is the best for the price you’ll pay.