MVNO Consumer Cellular, the no-contract service provider that targets people ages 50 and up, expanded its selection of 4G LTE phones with the launch of the Huawei Vision 3 LTE and Motorola Moto G LTE smartphones.
Both models replace their 3G predecessors in the company’s lineup.
The $100 Huawei Vision 3 LTE features Android 4.4 OS, 5-inch 720 by 1,280 pixel display, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, and 5-megapixel main camera with 720p HD video capture and playback. It also features 32GB microSD card slot, 36-hour battery life, Bluetooth, hearing-aid compatibility, FM radio, and an “Easy Mode” UI option.
The $150 Motorola Moto G LTE is the third-generation Moto E and features Android 5.1 OS, 5-inch 720 by 1,280 pixel display, 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 13-megapixel camera with 1080p video capture and playback, and 32GB microSD card slot.
Consumer Cellular’s wireless phones and plans are available through Target and Sears as well as direct to consumers at ConsumerCellular.com or (888) 345-5509.