Hi, I'm Sarah Mitroff for CNET and today I have the first look of the LG Tribute for Virgin Mobile.
This sleek and stylish device looks much more expensive than its eighty dollar price tag and that's one of the reasons.
Worth checking out.
The phone is small with a 4.5 inch WVGA screen.
The phone is especially sharp but it's still bright, vivid, and easy to read.
The size of the Tribute makes it really easy to hold onto and flip into a pocket.
Inside the Tribute has a 1.2 gigahertz quadcore, qualquam snapdragon 400 processor and one gigabyte of ram.
There's also 4GB of internal storage and you can add up to 32 GB of extra space with an SD card.
For snapping photos and selfies, there's a 5 MP main camera and a VGA front facing one.
The Tribute is running Android Kit-Kat and has LG's custom UI which gives the phone a clean, modern look.
It also includes several extras, including the knock code, which unlocks your phone by tapping on the screen.
Virgin Mobile also added a few of its own apps, including the security app Gadget Guardian and a voicemail app.
The LG Tribute is a great budget device, at only 80 dollars.
Despite its low price tag, the phone doesn't feel cheap.
You can read my full review of the LG Tribute on Cnet.com.
I'm Sara Mitchell, thanks for watching.
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