Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G Now Official at MetroPCS

An LTE-capable device available at only $169 (130 Euro) plus tax

Today, mobile phone carrier MetroPCS announced the immediate availability of a new 4G LTE-capable smartphone on its offering, namely the Galaxy Admire 4G from Samsung.

The handset arrives on shelves as the successor of Galaxy Admire but features a nice range of enhancements, such as a faster processor, larger screen, and the like.

The smartphone is available for purchase through MetroPCS’ online store, as well as at its brick and mortar retail locations with a price tag of $169 (130 Euro) plus tax.

The specifications list of the new device includes a 3.65" HVGA TFT touchscreen display, along with a 1GHz processor to enable fast Internet browsing, and support for MetroPCS 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot service.

The Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G features a 3MP camera on the back, complemented by a front camera to enable users to video chat while on the go.

The smartphone was launched with Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system loaded on it, as well as with support for a great deal of applications and games available through the Google Play Store.

The handset also features support for the joyn application, which is “capable for an intuitive way to unify mobile-to-mobile communications and use enriched services like integrated instant messaging or chat, WiFi and video calling and simplified content sharing.”

Users interested in the purchase of the new Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G will be able to grab it on the carrier’s 4G LTE plans.

“With tax and regulatory fee-inclusive 4GLTE service plans beginning at $30 per month, for a limited time, MetroPCS is offering consumers an unmatched value without being shackled by a long-term contract,” the carrier announced.

“For consumers interested in unlimited talk, text and 4GLTE data, MetroPCS delivers with the $55 per month promotional plan, which is perfect for unlimited 4GLTE browsing, content streaming and application interaction.”

Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G can already be seen on this page on the carrier’s website. Learn more on it through the video below.

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