T-Mobile's own-brand Revvl line of smartphones is growing today with the debut of the Revvl Plus. It will go on sale beginning November 17 in stores nationwide and online in a special edition black and magenta color scheme.
Overall, the Revvl Plus is a decent phone that looks to give budget-minded folks a big screen without the big price tag. Compared to the Revvl launched earlier this year, its successor comes with a bigger display, a bigger battery and an upgraded processor.
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It is also possible to capture panoramic images including the ability to capture images in a low-light environment. It will run Android 7.1 and will have soft-touch plastic on its rear to prevent it from slipping from hands.
As the name suggests, the Revvl Plus is a large smartphone, and the 6-inch Full HD display does a good job at eliminating any notion of one-handed use you might have had.
Power comes from a 3,380 mAh internal battery promising up to 12 hours talk time and 16.5 days standby. There's also a MicroSD card slot for 128GB of expandable storage. On the back of the Revvl is where you'll find a finger print scanner and a vertical, dual rear camera setup with 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel sensors.
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Finally, and somewhat unfortunately, the Revvl Plus runs a modified version of Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, with no mention of an eventual update to Android 8.0 Oreo.
To remind you, T-Mobile Revvl, which was launched in August this year, is now sold for $6 down and $6 per month with EIP. On Demand service. There's also the option to put $8 down and pay $8 a month for 24 months on the T-Mobile Equipment Installment Plan.
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For its part, T-Mobile released a rock music-infused unboxing video for the Revvl Plus that seems to position the phone as a badass country legend, straight out of a hot pink box.