MetroPCS Communications, Inc has officially introduced a new a mid-range and affordable 4G smartphone that designed for people who need a powerful smartphone for work and style. Dubbed as Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G, the device is a powerful smartphone with 1GHZ of Single core processor paired with 512 MB RAM and works on Android 2.3 Gingerbread as the operating system. Unfortunatelly, there is no information from Samsung or MetroPCS about upgraded to Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in the future.
The Galaxy Attain 4G is sporting a 3.5-inch Capacitive touchscreen LCD display with resolutions of 320 x 480 pixels, proximity sensor, accelerometer, 3 megapixels rear facing camera with LED Flash for captute photos and video recording, 1.3 megapixel front facing camera allow user for make video chatting and works on CDMA 800, 1700/2100, 1900 MHz with LTE 1700/2100 MHz. “We believe that the Galaxy Attain 4G fills a sweet spot within our growing 4G LTE portfolio, packing all of the Android features that consumers have come to expect and that allow them to do more,” said Tom Keys, MetroPCS president and chief operating officer.
In term of connectivity, it offer USB 2.0 slot with features Mass storage device, Computer sync, OTA sync, USB charging, microSD slot to expandable storage capacity up to 32GB, satndart bluetooth and WiFi to connect internet in Hot Spot area. Other features are access to GPS, Rhapsody Unlimited Music or MetroSTUDIO services, Google Mobile Service, such as YouTube (upload), Picasa, Gmail, GTalk, GMaps and of course download more than 400.000 apps, widget or games in Android Market Place.
MetroPCS Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G Android Smartphone will be ready for purchase next month for cost at $199 plus tax without contract after a $50 mail-in rebate. Of cpurse costumer also need a MetroPCS’ smartphone plans that offer for cost at $50 and $60, taxes and regulatory fees included. I suggest you choiche $60 plan, so you will get access more than 12 millions songs, Video On Demand, or content from Disney/ABC Television Group and ESPN.