Boost Mobile Dish Network introduces its first branded smartphone Inspired by the Latin word “speed”, Celero5G has a 6.52-inch screen with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, which can be expanded via a microSD card slot . There is a triple-lens camera assembly on the back of the device and a single camera on the front. The 4000mAh battery of this device with 15W fast charging is said to be good for 36 hours of playback.
Personally, the Celero name is very similar to Intel Celeron processors, most of which have nothing to do with speed, but I'll stay away from it.
Dish also notes that the phone has tempered glass and is "price superior to other mid-range Android devices."
At the Dish Press Release, new and existing customers can receive 12 months of unlimited full chat, text and data with the new Celero5G. A good print indicates that after 35 GB, the data speed will decrease. “Our goal at Boost is to empower our customers with what they need, if they need it,” says Stephen Stockells, CEO of Boost. Moving. "Subscribers tell us loud and clear: They want speed, great features and an affordable price. Celero5G is designed to make 5G affordable."
Celero5G will be available - order from Boost Mobile for $279 by October 31, 2021. Early adopters will also receive a personalized phone case with purchase. However, as of this writing, the phone has not been listed on the Boost website. We are expected to be told that it will be launched later this fall.
Dish's first smartphone is the mid-range Celero5G dedicated to Boost Mobile