MetroPCS, in an effort to rope in more 4G LTE smartphone buyers, has decided to extend its $40 4G LTE rate plan to all of their device. Previously, consumers with
Remember when MetroPCS officially launched the world’s first commercially available 4G LTE smart phone? Yes, I am talking about the Samsung Indulge, which has pretty decent specs. It seems MetroPCS
LTE handsets are multiplying on every carrier around the country and MetroPCS is proud to announce its newest additions with the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G and the LG Connect 4G.
MetroPCS today announced that they will be offering their first HTC handset later this week in the form of the Wildfire S. Expected online and at Metro PCS locations around
MetroPCS has announced today that their 4G LTE -ready LG Esteem has been cleared for liftoff. Making its debut this week with a $249.99 price tag (after $100 mail-in rebate),
A new LG handset had been uncovered for MetroPCS which looks to bring a bit of high-end class to the no-contract carrier. Specifications for the yet-announced LG Esteem include a
MetroPCS pinged our inbox this morning to alert us that their latest Android handset, the Samsung Admire, has gone on sale. As a reminder, specifications for the handset include Android
MetroPCS and Rhapsody have paired together to offer a new service for subscribers to the no-contract wireless provider.Effective today, anyone who has an Android phone with a $60 monthly rate
MetroPCS announced early this morning that they will be soon offering the Samsung Admire as part of a back-to-school shopping promotion. The carrier stopped just short of giving a price
On 4 June 2010, HTC and Sprint launched America’s first ever 4G WiMax devices which is known as the EVO 4G and it’s known as one of the most selling
Verizon isn’t the only carrier quietly growing their Android roster today. MetroPCS has added the smallish Android 2.2-powered (Froyo) M835 to their smart phone lineup. Priced at $79.99 after instant
MetroPCS announced today that they will soon be offering a special edition of the Huawei Ascend thanks to a partnership with TapouT. MMA fans will recognize the TapouT brand as many fighters wear clothes and more bearing the name. Now they’ll be able to carry an Android phone bearing the same look and feel.
MetroPCS jumps ahead of the competition, releasing the first commercially available 4G LTE Android smart phone. Folks looking to pick up the no-contract handset can do so later this week at a suggested $399.99 price.
A Flickr account holding images and a video clip were found over the weekend, showing that the previously mentioned Samsung R910 and Forte are, in fact, the same device.
For the second time in a week, we’ve learned of a forthcoming MetroPCS handset from Samsung with LTE capabilities. This model, the Forte, is said to run Android 2.2 and feature a 1GHZ Hummingbird processor, a 5-megapixel camera, and a sliding QWERTY keyboard.