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Another Sprint LG device outed by the FCC here. Size appears to be in line with the entry level LG Leon.

 

Overall (Length x Width): 129.9 mm x 64.1 mm

Display Diagonal: 115 mm [4.5 inch display]

CCA LTE 2, 4, 5, 12, 25, 26, 41

No LTE Carrier Aggregation

 

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Another Sprint LG device outed by the FCC here. Size appears to be in line with the entry level LG Leon.

 

Overall (Length x Width): 129.9 mm x 64.1 mm

Display Diagonal: 115 mm [4.5 inch display]

CCA LTE 2, 4, 5, 12, 25, 26, 41

No LTE Carrier Aggregation

Probably the sprint version of the lg g stylo
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This is the LG Tribute 2. Anyone have one, and how good is the phone? I know 1 review online said bad and the other said good. I'm thinking of adding this for network tracking in Pahrump. (I had a person drop off my Framily bringing the total to 6.)

 

 

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This is the LG Tribute 2. Anyone have one, and how good is the phone? I know 1 review online said bad and the other said good. I'm thinking of adding this for network tracking in Pahrump. (I had a person drop off my Framily bringing the total to 6.)

 

 

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Ive sold a few. Its decent entry level andriod for 120 or 5 a month. If you dont have high expectations it will be a fine phone for your tracking or someone moving from prepaid or a first phone for a child.

 

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Ive sold a few. Its decent entry level andriod for 120 or 5 a month. If you dont have high expectations it will be a fine phone for your tracking or someone moving from prepaid or a first phone for a child.

 

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Rocket, do you have much of a feel for how it stacks up or you'd compare against the S4 Mini?  My wife got the Mini to replace her Photon Q when it finally tanked a little over a year ago, and I'm looking at viable options that would be better for finally getting her daughter a smartphone than simply moving the Mini down to her.  

 

Also, how would you factor in the possibility of a Moto E (obtained via Prepaid, assuming it can be activated/used on a regular Sprint line?) vs both of those?

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Rocket, do you have much of a feel for how it stacks up or you'd compare against the S4 Mini? My wife got the Mini to replace her Photon Q when it finally tanked a little over a year ago, and I'm looking at viable options that would be better for finally getting her daughter a smartphone than simply moving the Mini down to her.

 

Also, how would you factor in the possibility of a Moto E (obtained via Prepaid, assuming it can be activated/used on a regular Sprint line?) vs both of those?

So the moto e wont activate on post paid so thats out. Id go with the tribute over the mini just for the b41. It seems to be a decent phone for the price.

 

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So the moto e wont activate on post paid so thats out. Id go with the tribute over the mini just for the b41. It seems to be a decent phone for the price.

 

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Great, thanks for the response!

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