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Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G (MetroPCS)

Samsung's middle-of-the-road Galaxy Attain 4G has a nice price and attractive design for MetroPCS customers; but those seeking true LTE speeds should choose a different carrier.

By Jan. 18, 2012

3.5 stars Editor's rating Jan. 18, 2012

MSRP: $249.99

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Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G

MetroPCS is stepping up its LTE presence with the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G, a new Android 2.3 smartphone.

By Jan. 24, 2012

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Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G: A closer look (photos)

MetroPCS' first LTE phone in some time, the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G Android smartphone offers a very decent set of features for a manageable price.

11 Images By Jan. 19, 2012

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A look at the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G (photos)

One of two Android phones compatible with MetroPCS' LTE network, the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G, shown at CES 2012, is shaping up to be a nice device.

3 Images By Jan. 11, 2012

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Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G close-up

One of MetroPCS' two new LTE phones, the Galaxy Attain 4G is a great fit for the no-contract carrier.

By Jan. 11, 2012

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Samsung Galaxy Attain, LG Connect give MetroPCS an LTE boost

MetroPCS is doubling down on LTE this CES with two new Android 2.3 Gingerbread phones.

By Jan. 9, 2012

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Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G tops the Galaxy Indulge (hands-on)

MetroPCS pushed out two LTE phones for its network, which pretty much doubles the number of 4G phones it has on offer. Here's a closer look at Samsung's effort.

By Jan. 9, 2012

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Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G review: LTE for Metro's masses

MetroPCS' latest no-contract Android smartphone keeps its price tag in check, but still offers some nice features, like 4G LTE speeds and dual cameras.

By Jan. 19, 2012

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Octa-core BlackBerry reportedly in the works for 2015

Rumors for a new phone BlackBerry's working on include a super-charged processor and a debut a year away.

By Feb. 10, 2014

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That was fast: Chrome Apps ready to go mobile

There's still a lot of work to be done, but Chrome's HTML5 Apps can now work on both Android and iOS (with a little help from a friend) just months after they were first announced for desktops.

By Jan. 28, 2014