Buy the Samsung Galaxy Admire 2 for Cricket's best midrange value, though a few performance drawbacks mar the experience.
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The Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G is a dependable handset in its own right, but it just can't top the cheaper, faster, Android 4.0 LG Motion 4G.
The Samsung Admire offers the accessible design and functional feature set that you'd expect from a starter Android phone, but call quality wasn't up to our standards.
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An Android phone, the Galaxy Admire 2 falls right in the center of Cricket's Android range. Here's a look at what you get with this phone.
Muve Music and a good camera make this midrange LTE Android a keeper, though the phone does have some faults.