It's business time: T-Mobile Concord

Though it doesn't flaunt high-tech specs, the T-Mobile Concord has all the essential midrange features for the inexpensive price of $100 and was designed for first-time smartphone users -- if that's what you're into, that is. Read full review
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This is not a contract

The T-Mobile Concord is available at Target and Walmart and does not require any carrier contract. Read full review
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The OS is so potent

Unfortunately, the Concord ships natively with the dated Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Read full review
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Call it the headphoneotamus

Above the Concord are a 3.5mm headphone jack and a sleep/power button. Read full review
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Blue that glows like phosphorous

The T-Mobile Concord sports a unique, dark-blue back plate reminiscent of wood grain. Read full review
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Weedy and kind of light

The Concord measures 4.59 inches tall, 2.43 inches wide, and 0.45 inch thick. It's also lightweight at 4.48 ounces, but feels hefty and dense in the hand. Read full review
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