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Looking for an inexpensive smartphone.

Samsung has a line of A-Series phones.

These start at just over one-hundred-dollars.

The A-0-I costs 110-dollars…16 gig storage.

Good budget phone for texting, calling and browsing.

The higher end A-51 with 5-G connectivity. Comes in at more more than 500 bucks.

The Galaxy S-10 Lite retails for 650…you might save 250 with a trade-in.

There’s also a tablet, the Galaxy S-6 Lite. 350-dollars.

If you prefer LG phones check the “Velvet.”

Raindrop camera design, three lenses, LED flash arranged vertically by descending size.

Black, green, red or white.

No word on pricing, size or release date.

Looking for a service?

Verizon teaming with Yahoo for ‘Yahoo Mobile.’

Unlimited talking, texting and data on a 4-G network for 40-dollars a month.

You also get ad-free email.

‘Yahoo Mobile’ faces some challenges due to limited distribution and lack of plans.

Say goodbye to Blackberry, the newer versions of the iconic, full-keyboard smartphone–may be disappearing again.

Maker T-C-L says it will stop selling them in August.

Support will continue until 20-22.

T-Mobile will soon retire the Sprint name. Sprint merged with T-Mobile in April.

No official bye-bye date, but look for it in early August.

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