In the market for a reasonably priced, reasonably sized Android smartphone and tablet with 4G LTE support on one of America’s largest wireless networks? Starting Friday, July 22, the mid-end LG K10 and G Pad X 8.0 will be up for grabs from AT&T at $180 and $50 respectively.

Of course, a modest grand total of 230 bucks can’t possibly score you a pair of Marshmallow-powered devices with 5.3 and 8-inch IPS LCD screens free of contractual obligations or other strings attached. Instead, the pad’s $50 tag is good for 24-month pacts, which are apparently still a thing at Ma Bell.

On the plus side, you can always split the $180 outright fee of the K10 in 30 monthly installments of just $6 each. You’ll receive an HD-capable handheld with a “contemporary, stylish design” (read plastic build), 8 and 5MP cameras, humble 2,300 mAh battery, and microSD storage expansion.

The LG G Pad X 8.0 isn’t only bigger in appearance, bringing you truly “great specs at an amazing value”, including Full HD display resolution, octa-core Snapdragon 615 processing muscle, 2GB RAM, dual 5MP shooters, and 16GB expandable hoarding room. If we ignore the fact T-Mobile came first, this is a really solid deal.

Source: PR Newswire

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