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What Verykool's Latest Budget Smartphones Offer Android Fans

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Verykool, a provider of budget mobile phones, has announced its latest three smartphone models, including the recently launched $180 Spark LTE SL5011, a 4G LTE handset. Also unveiled were the $167 Maverick LTE SL5550 smartphone and the $200 Cyprus LTE SL6010 phablet. All three smartphones run on Android 5.1 Lollipop and boast a wide range of features, including bright HD displays, 13-megapixel main cameras with auto-focus and LED flash, 8-megapixel front-facing selfie cameras and expandable storage via microSD card slots. Verykool phones are designed and marketed by InfoSonics, which sells its phones through regional and prepaid carriers in the United States. The phones are built in China by third-party vendors. Customers can buy the phones and use them with the GSM carriers of their choice. InfoSonics, which also sells Verykool smartphones in South America, Central America and the Caribbean, was founded in 1994 as a phone distribution company for Samsung and went public in 2004. In 2005, the company launched the first smartphone of its own. Peruse this slide show for more details about the latest Verykool phones.

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