Six inches in a budget Android 4.3 phone: the Alcatel OneTouch Pop Mega LTE runs off AT&T's LTE and costs under $250. Read our first take.
The Pop Mega LTE only has a 960x640 resolution across its massive 6-inch screen, but has an 8-megapixel camera and quad-core processor.
There's 4GB of internal storage, expandable up to 32GB via microSD.
Alcatel promises 14 hours of talk time and 22 days of standby time thanks to a big battery.
What's this? The device comes with the Pop Mega LTE and is a Bluetooth handset masquerading as an old-school phone so it can take calls in case the phablet is otherwise occupied. Pretty clever-looking gadget, actually.
For a smaller phone, the 4-inch Pop Star LTE sells exclusively through Walmart's prepaid TracFone service, and run on AT&T's LTE network, just like the Mega. It costs $150 off-contract. Read our first take.
A look at the Pop Star from the side.
It has a 5-megapixel rear camera, and a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor. The 4-inch display has an 800x480 resolution.
4GB of onboard storage is all you'll get, but you can expand to an extra 32GB via microSD card.
Bigger, but no LTE: the 5-inch-screeened Pop Icon costs under $150 too, but doesn't run off an LTE network. It runs Android 4.4, too. Read our first take.
This Wal-Mart exclusive phone runs off Wal-Mart's StraightTalk network. The 854x480 screen resolution's pretty low for a 5-inch phone.
A 5-megapixel rear camera, 4GB of included storage (expandable to 32GB via microSD), and 1.2 GHz quad-core processor are similar to what you get on other Alcatel phones.