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LG budget phone launches on Boost Mobile for $90

The K51 comes with three rear cameras and Android 9.

LG K51
The new LG K51.
Boost Mobile

LG Electronics' new budget smartphone has launched on Boost Mobile, with the LG K51 sporting a 6.5-inch HD+ display. It retails for $150 but is currently on sale for $90. The new phone in LG's K series runs on Android 9 and has three rear cameras: a 13MP lens, a 5MP superwide and a 2MP bokeh.

The LG K51 also comes with:

  • A 4,000mAh battery.
  • 3GB of RAM.
  • 32GB of memory.
  • An external microSD card slot for up to 2TB of extra storage.
  • A MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core processor.
  • A headphone jack.
  • A fingerprint sensor.
  • A Google Assistant key.

Boost Mobile phone plans start at $35 a month for 3GB of 4G data and unlimited talk and text, and they max out at $60 a month for 5G capability, unlimited data, talk and text and 30GB of hotspot usage.