MetroPCS launches affordable Huawei Valiant
MetroPCS is one of the largest prepaid service in USA and they are offering a lot of great Android devices, like they recently launched the Samsung Galaxy S4. Though, as they are a prepaid network, they also offer a bunch of affordable and cheap handsets. The carrier officially launched the Huawei Valiant – an affordable Android smartphone just for $79 without any contract.
Have a look on the specs:
- 4 inch display with Gorilla Glass
- Android 4.1
- 1GHz dual-core processor
- 3-megapixel camera
- 2GB of internal storage
- SD card slot
There’s nothing jaw-dropping about this smartphone, but it’s still some bang for your bucks. Are you planning to grab the Huawei Valiant from MetroPCS? Tell us about it in the comment box below.
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