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Amazon's $50 phone is as basic as it gets so long as you're cool with ads

The Blu R1 HD starts at $50, works on T-Mobile or AT&T, and will arrive on your doorstep in two days. It is, for all intents and purposes, an Amazon phone.  Not the Amazon phone, the Fire, that failed so hard a few years ago. The R1 HD is a phone made by another company, with a few customizations by Amazon, and sold by Amazon.  SEE ALSO: Amazon's new shopping 'wand' isn't as magical as it sounds For Prime members who are fully entrenched in Amazon’s ecosystem, from Photos to Music to Video to Cloud Drive, the Blu R1 HD comes preinstalled with every Amazon app from the factory.
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