Mobile doubles down on Revvl smartphone, intros pumped-up Revvl Plus

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US-based wireless network operator T-Mobile has launched a new smartphone - Revvl Plus. Next up is the T-Mobile Revvl Plus, which is a larger smartphone that still comes with an affordable price tag. The REVVL Plus features a special edition black color scheme with magenta color accents for good measure. On the back, you'll see a speaker placed right underneath the T-Mobile branding.

In comparison to the Revvl, the Revvl Plus goes a bit bigger with its features.

"We launched the Revvl family because we listen to our customers".

Taking a peek under the hood reveals the Revvl Plus' 2.0 GHz octa-core processor and 2 GB of RAM, with the sizable 3,380 mAh battery promising to deliver up to 16.5 hours of talk time. The set offers 32GB internal storage with 128GB expandable option via microSD.

T-Mobile Revvl Plus launching November 17th with bigger screen and dual rear cameras
Mobile doubles down on Revvl smartphone, intros pumped-up Revvl Plus

There are 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel cameras on the back of the REVVL Plus and an 8-megapixel camera on the other side.

In terms of the software, the Revvl Plus runs on Android Nougat with pretty much stock interface. Since then, the company has gone on to release its latest OS known as Android Oreo which officially launched in August. "T-Mobile comes with a dimension of 6.5 x 3.25 x.35 in, with full HD display with screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and 6" FHD IPS display. In addition, users will also be able to lease it for $9 a month through T-Mobile's "Jump On Demand Program" or pay it off in 24 monthly installments of $8 after making a down payment of $8.

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.

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