MetroPCS Planning Half a Dozen Android Phones by End of 2011
MetroPCS is looking to break out in 2011 with big Android plans. The nation’s fifth largest wireless provider expects to make a half dozen Android handsets available by the end of 2011 with their next device coming as soon as February. Look for the follow-up to the Optimus M to arrive around CES/Mobile World Congress with a slew of announcements in the coming summer months.
In a hint of things to come, MetroPCS CEO Roger D. Linquist said they forecast prices to start below $150 and go up to the $400-$500 range. That’s one heck of a starting price for unsubsidized phones if you ask us!
Our question to MetroPCS is this – when are we going to see this Motorola handset? Are you guys waiting until it’s so outdated that it’s worth less than $150 to begin with?
You might also like
If you use Box for Android, then you’re in for a treat. The company has released the latest version of their app, labeled as the first major overhaul since beta
Motorola has taken out another full page newspaper for their new Droid X handset. Like the previous one, it’s basically one big slap in Apple’s face for their iPhone 4
Back in 2010, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon all teamed together to introduce Softcard (back then it was ISIS), a mobile payment competitor to Google Wallet, so that carriers had better