The 5-inch handset features enough hardware to satisfy most first-time smartphone owners.
A first for the industry, Boost Mobile's new plans reward customers with more monthly data just for paying their bills on time.
With its 5.7-inch screen, the Boost Max+ serves up a big phone with a small $200 price tag.
The Boost Max+'s large screen and strong battery life aren't enough to overcome its finicky performance.
Sporting a 5.5-inch display, a quad-core processor and a 13-megapixel camera, the Warp Elite is Boost's latest Android smartphone.
Chinese vendor Alcatel OneTouch wants to redefine the term so it doesn't just refer to premium products like Apple's iPhone.
Resistant to water and dust, the $130 Conquer marches into Boost, alongside the $100 OneTouch Elevate, an Android starter phone.
The two prepaid wireless carriers are offering a 1-gigabyte option for $5, and 2GB for $10.
This budget smartphone isn't too impressive, but you'll get LTE connectivity without breaking the bank.
The G Stylo from Boost Mobile boasts an expansive 5.7-inch display, a long-lasting battery and a built-in stylus that adds functionality.
The G Stylo for Boost Mobile -- known as the G4 Stylus outside of America -- has an embedded stylus that lets you doodle and write on its large 5.7-inch display.
This budget smartphone won't wow you, but you'll get LTE connectivity without breaking the bank.
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