With strong specs and good call quality, the Indulge is arguably MetroPCS' best phone, but the weak battery life is a disappointment.
Jeff's guest today is games journo vet Scott Jones from EP Daily. The two discuss the current highs and lows of gaming, TV, and then try out their best Ellen Page impressions.
Jeff's guest today is games journo vet Scott Jones from EP Daily. The two discuss the current highs and lows of gaming, TV, and try their best Ellen Page impressions.
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A more modest addition to the Galaxy S smartphone line, the Android-lovin' Indulge would be MetroPCS' best phone to date, if it weren't for one glaring flaw.
MetroPCS' second 4G-capable phone is also its first 4G smartphone, and an Android Galaxy handset at that.
The midrange Android 2.2 Froyo phone will be picking up its second carrier; look for it in May or June.
Cricket Wireless adds to its smartphone portfolio with the Samsung Indulge.
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.
The Samsung Galaxy Indulge picks up its second carrier, Cricket Wireless. Look for the Android 2.2 Froyo handset in stores in May or June.