More specifically: want a phone with a QWERTY keyboard and an energetic OS?
Sprint will start selling the LG Mach, an entry-level phone that packs all of the above, Nov. 11, the carrier announced Thursday.
Priced at $99.99, the 4G LTE phone possess a "peppy" Ice Cream Sandwich performance and, despite the QWERTY, maintains a slim body that's only 0.48 inches thick.
The sub-$100 price is available by opening a new line or eligible upgrade with a two-year service agreement.
More to play with
TechRadar got to tinker with the Mach during MobileCon 2012 last month, and we found it to be a throwback phone with subpar screen resolution (800 x 480 WVGA) and average innards.
However, the QWERTY and touchscreen work well together, and as a mid-range, niche phone it's sure to find a crowd.
Joining it in stores and online is the LG Optimus G, a mightier phone priced at $199.99.
Pre-orders for the G opened Thursday, Sprint revealed alongside its Mach news.
That phone, for those that need a memory jog, comes with a 13MP rear camera (up from AT&T's 8MP for its variant) and a quad-core Qualcomm S4 Pro processor.
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