The Samsung Galaxy S5 is basically the Galaxy S4 Advanced that came out last year running all the same specs as the S5, just missing 3 more megapixels and a finger print Scanner. I was expecting OIS, but is this helpful in real life? The back on the GS5 looks weird, but I guess it is something I have to hold in my hand to properly judge.
According to @evleaks, the Alcatel One Touch Evolve and Fierce will be coming to MetroPCE. The One Touch Evolve is a pretty basic easy to use smart phone. It has all the necessary functions like web browsing, GPS, alarm clock, email etc, etc, and is very easy to set up and use – you wouldn’t even have to open the manual. And the phone is small and slim which is lovely.
The MetroPCS Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 will be available online and in stores beginning November 25 for $349 plus tax (no contract required). Compatible with T-Mobile’s nationwide LTE network, MetroPCS is 10 bucks cheaper per month AND uses the exact same network!
The new MetroPCS Huawei Premia 4G is a good price for a no-contract 4G phone. Decent Specs for a pay as you go. For $149, that is impressive. dual core 1.5ghz CPU and a decent 5mp camera, decent screen size, though the camera and OS leave much to be desired. Can’t win them all, especially if you want a sub-$200 phone.
I hate it when actual CPUs aren’t listed. That could be anything from a Tegra 2 to an Exynos 5 Dual and we’ll never knew until an android enthusiast buys it.
Last modified on January 31st, 2013, Posted on January 31st, 2013
The new MetroPCS LG Spirit 4G is now on sale for $199 after a $70 mail-in rebate with no contract. That’s a pretty good price if you put it on their unlimited 4G. The people buying this phone probably don’t care about what version of Android they are on. If they care about updates, then they should be purchasing a Nexus, anyway.