Available in a special edition color scheme, the Revvl Plus has a sleek look to it. "As smartphone prices soar, the Revvl Plus bucks the trend, delivering high-end features - like bigger screens, better cameras, longer battery life, biometric security and more - at an unbeatable price", said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. While the Plus is bigger, it still seems slim and compact when holding it - similar to the original Revvl which included an engraved power button. The normal REVVL packs Global Positioning System along with WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2, we assume the REVVL Plus has those same features, but they aren't listed. Dubbed the REVVL Plus, the new arrival comes packing a larger 6-inch display which takes advantage of the same low HD resolution (1280 x 720 pixels) the previous REVVL also offered.
Around back sit the phone's dual cameras in a vertical arrangement, with one sensor weighing in at 13 MP and the other at 5 MP, while a fingerprint sensor is found right below. There is a microSD card slot that supports cards up to 128GB for expandable storage, a battery that measures in at 3380mAh, and Android 7.0 Nougat on board. The REVVL Plus comes in black with magenta accents only; which will likely play favorably to only diehard T-Mobile fans.
To remind you, T-Mobile Revvl, which was launched in August this year, is now sold for $6 down and $6 per month with EIP. On Demand or $8 down and $8 each month on T-Mobile's Equipment Installment Plan (EIP). The full retail price for the Revvl Plus will run you $200.