If you’re on MetroPCS and are looking for a solid mid-range messaging device, you may want to check out the newly-announced Samsung Freeform II.
According to Samsung, the new Freeform II for MetroPCS includes:
Stylish Bar Design
· Four-Row QWERTY Keyboard
· Info Panel with messages and calls view
· Customizable Shortcut Buttons
Featuring – One Touch Messaging, One Touch Calendar and One Touch Speakerphone
· Stereo Bluetooth Wireless Technology
· Metro Applications –
Including – MetroNavigator GPS Navigation System, Metro 411 Directory Assistance, mobile IM, mail@metro Unlimited E-mail and MetroWEB Internet Access
· 2.2 inch QVGA TFT Display Screen
· 1.3 MP Camera
· Text Messaging (SMS), Multimedia Messaging (MMS), Threaded/Chat-style Messaging and Picture Messaging
· Widget Support
· MP3 Music Player
· Up to 16GB expandable memory with a microSD™ Memory Card Slot
· CDMA 800MhMHz/PCS 1900 MHz, AWS Band 1700/2100 MHz
· Dimensions: 2.12” x 4.13” x 0.59”
· Weight: 3.81 ounces
· Display: 2.2” QVGA TFT display
· Talk Time: Up to 5 hours* and Standby: 550 hours*
· Standard 3.7 1000mAh Volt Lithium Ion Battery
· Hearing Aid Compatibility: M4/T3
Yeah, I can’t be too excited about this one but if you’re in the market for this type of device, the Freeform II should have your back.
One MetroPCS phone I’m really looking forward to is the Samsung Craft, the company’s first 4G phone with Long-Term Evolution capabilities.
The Samsung Craft isn’t exactly a smartphone monster, as it packs a 3.3-inch AMOLED screen and a 3.2-megapixel camera, but I’m looking forward to seeing how fast the MetroPCS network can be. It will be particularly interesting to see how it matches up against the upcoming Verizon 4G LTE network, which is expected to hit 39 cities by the end of the year.