Posh Mobile pushes out the Posh Volt LTE, poised to be biggest LTE smartphone
The thing with the smartphone world is that we are getting better phones by the day, and as these phones are getting better, they are also getting cheaper. We used to have very poor specs on very cheap phones in the past but these days, manufacturers have devised a means of bridging this gap and giving us very good smartphones for the cheapest price ranges that we have ever seen.
True though, there are still others in the market such as the natural Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the iPhone 6 models that would set you back some $800 or more to purchase but still, that does not stop a company like Posh Mobile releasing a Posh Volt LTE L540 on the market. Now, there is a very huge probability that you might not have heard of Posh Mobile before but you are bound to soon with this smartphone, touted to be the largest LTE smartphone that is on the market.
For one, the 5-inch smartphone would use a quad core processor from MediaTek that is clocked at 1.0GHz. There is 3GB of RAM coupled with a 16GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 128GB. Running the Android Lollipop 5.1 out of the box, the 4000mAh battery unit takes care of the 8MP back camera and a front unit of 5MP.
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