Boost Mobile isn't just about offering phones off-contract, it's also about style. So if you're a phone that lands in Boost's lineup, you might be the hot stuff.
Or you could just be a good bargain. The Sprint. It grew from Android 2.2 Froyo to 2.3 Gingerbread since then, which keeps it pretty fresh.was an entry-level Android phone to begin with when it first emerged last spring for
Not so fresh is the smaller screen, which can make reading a challenge. I'm on the fence about the portrait-mode QWERTY keyboard, which is narrow but types pretty well, and the 2-megapixel camera, which did well with outdoor shots, but stumbled once you brought it indoors.
At the end of the day, it'll either be the keyboard or the price that draws people to this humble device, not a flashy camera or a cutting-edge design. At $100 without a contract, it's Boost's least expensive Android player.
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