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Offers good performance for the price
The Tribute 2 ships with Android 5.1 Lollipop. It won't get updates beyond that, but neither will the Moto E. That said, the Moto E runs a near-stock version of Lollipop, while the Tribute 2 has LG's Optimus UI skin, which changes the look of icons and settings menus, among other things.
Of its 8GB of storage, the Tribute 2 has just 2.09GB available. Thanks to some uninstallable bloatware from both Boost and LG, you'll almost certainly need to put that microSD card slot to use.
For just $100, though, these aren't major compromises, and the LG Tribute 2 offers solid b... Full review
Low-cost Android smartphone targets the budget buyer with its entry-level specs
The Tribute 2 is a mixed bag. I genuinely like the hardware and think LG did a great job designing an attractive phone that costs only $99. The Tribute 2's performance falls flat all over the place, however, which makes it hard to recommend to anyone.
The phone struggled to find Sprint's LTE network and call quality was among the worst I've experienced in recent memory. Battery life was never more than average. The UI is quick enough, but it lacks some of LG's unique features, such as EasyHome and QSlide apps. The stripped down camera app and sub-par photos it produces were a disapp... Full review
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