Moto G and Nokia Lumia 520 Coming to Aio Wireless on February 14

These are two of the cheapest most popular handsets out there

On Friday, Aio Wireless has officially confirmed the upcoming availability of two new affordable handsets for its users, namely the Moto G and Nokia Lumia 520.

The two devices join the company’s 4G lineup alongside ZTE Sonata 4G, which has already been put up for sale at the wireless carrier.

According to the company, the Moto G will be released on its network with a price tag of $149.99 (€110) attached to it and with all the features and capabilities that the phone was already announced with.

This means that users will enjoy an appealing viewing experience on the phone’s 4.5-inch touchscreen display, which is complemented by pretty decent performance capabilities, courtesy of a quad-core processor.

Moto G also comes with 1GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel camera on the back, front camera for video calling, and Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat operating system loaded on top.

Nokia Lumia 520, on the other hand, runs under Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system and is currently the cheapest device in Nokia’s offering. At Aio Wireless, the phone will be available at only $99.99 (€73).

The handset comes to the market with a 4-inch touchscreen display, a dual-core processor inside, 512MB of RAM, and a 5-megapixel camera on the back.

Moreover, it sports a variety of exclusive applications, such as the Nokia Mix Radio for subscription-free streaming music and HERE apps (Maps, Drive, and Transit). Lumia 520 arrives in a variety of color options, including Black, Yellow, Cyan, and Red.

"We thought Valentine's Day was an ideal time to provide our customers with an even greater selection of amazing smartphones as potential gift ideas," said Andy Smoak, Aio's head of Product and Marketing.

"We think these devices, in combination with our incredible new low price plans, make this the perfect time to switch to Aio," he also said.

In addition to the new devices, the wireless carrier also announced a price cut for some of its unlimited plans. The operator also added more data to its two most popular plans.


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