I -- at the Hartford that is your first look a lot way act about four G.
With the new four GL TE phone for MetroPCS. And it is in fact while ways first LTE phone for the US.
What they are going fort Scott 83 point five inch HV GA screen.
Right now it's on full brightness so looks pretty good pretty colorful but on automatic brightness of the little -- the screen isn't quite as responsive as I would like.
And because of the size of the screen the virtual keyboard is a little bit current.
The body of the phone is actually really sick -- the lot thicker than thin phones we've been -- that feels a little bit heavy.
And bulky in the hand.
Are there is a really nice a five megapixel camera on the back with flash cam -- as well take some very good pictures overall.
Not everything was perfect but I think that most people will be happy with it.
I was especially happy but the physical camera shutter button on the size of fun.
Now the act -- up four -- has generated 2.3 gingerbread on here.
And it is the stock version so you'll see everything that you're used -- including five home screen.
Third -- from 32 gigabytes of external storage on the phone and it comes with a four gigabyte card that is preloaded with content through -- to.
They'll have a little bit of entertainment tickets account and the cost just 150 dollars for an LTE phone for MetroPCS.
So that is a prepaid price.
That's pretty good especially for everything in --
Unfortunately there's only an 800 megahertz processor here so a little bit slow growing -- especially as -- as bad.
I'm just because all clear for -- that this is a lot way act above board seats for metro PC you can have my full review on CNET dot.
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