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UPDATE: As promised, the Radiant Max 5G has gone on sale for AT&T Prepaid customers, costing however $99.99 instead of $89.99 or $179.99. Ma Bell’s website is relatively light on information for now, so it’s not entirely clear if that price tag is good for both new and existing subscribers and under what conditions.
While the top three US wireless service providers may have disappointed their customers with a less-than-stellar 5G network expansion and improvement rate these last couple of years, one thing you must appreciate is how fast and how low 5G handset prices have fallen since 2019.
Said front-facing cam is housed in a somewhat excessively wide notch, which alongside an unquestionably large “chin” and an unspecified screen resolution likely to circle the HD+ rather than the FHD+ mark, probably explains (at least in part) why this thing is so unbelievably cheap. To be perfectly clear, though, you’re still looking at a great bargain here, at least on paper.