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<p>The 2,460mAh battery (which has a reported talk time of 8 hours) sits underneath a door adorned with a tile pattern. The design is subtle, and you can only make it out clearly when the handset is somewhere well lit.</p>

8 totally affordable prepaid 4G smartphones (pictures)

Think you can't get a 4G handset for less than $200? Think again. Take a look at some of our favorite off-contract smartphones that deliver 4G for cheap.

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ZTE Concord II takes flight for T-Mobile and MetroPCS users

Available today on T-Mobile and on May 19 for MetroPCS, the entry-level Concord II sports a 4-inch screen, a 5-megapixel camera, and Android 4.3.

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Boost Mobile overhauls prepaid plans to stay in competitive mix

Sprint’s prepaid arm faces increasing pressure from a resurgent MetroPCS and an AT&T-backed Leap Wireless.

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T-Mobile, MetroPCS get budget-friendly LG Optimus L90, L70

The Un-carrier and its no-contract brand will carry an entry-level LG Optimus handset each, aimed at wallet-conscious customers.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 up for sale through MetroPCS

The carrier now offers the new S5 for the full contract-free price of $649.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 touches down at MetroPCS

The no-contract carrier adds Samsung's latest smartphone to its Android portfolio.

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When, where, and how to buy the Galaxy S5

A guide for everything you need to know about picking up Samsung’s latest flagship device.

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Nokia Lumia 635 coming to AT&T, T-Mobile

Nokia's new affordable Windows Phone 8.1 handset will be available in the US at T-Mobile, MetroPCS, and AT&T this summer.

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HTC One M8 specs versus Samsung Galaxy S5, iPhone 5S

The new HTC One rustles up an impressive list of hardware features and a slick new software shell. So far, the 'M8' stands strong against its influential rivals.

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<p>Mobile World Congress is packed to the rafters with mobile gadgets of all shapes and sizes. Unlike CES, where many gadgets showcased may never make it to store shelves, there is plenty of tech coming out of Barcelona, Spain, that we can actually buy someday, either in the coming weeks or a few months from now. We're rounding up the highlights of the phones, smartwatches, tablets, and other gadgets that have real release dates here, and we'll continue to update the list through the end of the show.</p>

Tech from MWC 2014 that you can actually buy (pictures)

There are a fair number of prototypes and concept gadgets at Mobile World Congress, but these are the phones, tablets, wearables, and other tech that you can actually buy soon.

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The Huawei Pal is incredibly easy to use.

With its limited features and poor call quality, the Huawei Pal isn't worth your time, even as a basic phone.

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The Huawei Pal has a squat candy bar shape with a small display. If you're expecting bells and whistles, you won't find them here.

Palling around with Huawei's bare bones phone (pictures)

The Huawei Pal for MetroPCS, it belongs in another decade. Let CNET give you a closer look.

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