Alright /g/, my LG G2 has finally bit the dust. I want to get a newer phone but most phones out right now disappoint me and i don't have huge cash to drop on a flagship, so are there any phones in the $50-$125 that'll last for a solid year ? Obviously I'm not expecting the top specs but just something decent enough with a good storage, good battery, and doesn't break the bank. The cheaper the better so I can save money up for the phone I want later.
The screen is broken, its not as snappy as it use to be and in all honesty, it's just time to upgrade to a better phone but I don't have the money for one so I gotta save up, I just need something to hold me off for a year.
Will I be able to use it with carriers in the US?
get an iphone 4s off ebay
>built like a tank
>feels faster than most last generation androids
>sends blue bubbles
>replacement displays are almost free and easy to install
>it fits in your pocket
4chan is not your persona store council.
that said, If you can't live without Android your best option is a Lumia from the 5xx gamma, they have a very good price/performance ratio, good screens and are quick. Any 8gb storage +1GB RAM will be good.
If not, try a 2014 Moto G
Not OP but I was wondering what are your opinions on the G3 vs Z2 xperia I currently own a Z2 and got offered around 400 usd for it saw the g3 is a bit cheaper and thinked of selling it and getting it I heard wonders about the screen but dunno only LG device ever owned was Nexus 5