$20 Express Android smartphone now available on Sprint
With a $19.99 asking price, the Express unveiled by Sprint on Friday seems like a great device to hand over to your teenage son or your aging mother as their first Android device. The full portrait QWERTY device features a 2.6-inch display, a 3.2mpx lens on its back, 3G network support, aGPS, WiFi and WiFi hotspotting, and an ample 1500 mAh battery to keeps things running for quite a while before picking up that charger. The handset runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, so it’s not short on supported apps either.
Head over to Sprint to order but know that you will have to ink the usual two-year agreement to get it.