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Mark Peters : December 19th 2012 - 21:20 CET
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MetroPCSSamsung Galaxy Admire 4G Android smartphone : MetroPCS adds Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G to its collection of 4G LTE Android smartphones. This new smartphone is an enhanced version of MetroPCS’ Galaxy Admire and features a faster processor, larger battery, bigger screen, the addition of a front facing digital camera and of course, the 4G LTE connectivity that gives users the ability to quickly navigate the internet, stream multimedia and stay connected with friends & family. Thanks to a large battery capacity you can now enjoy increased user time and standby time. Which means, you have more time to find the perfect movie with Yahoo! movies, listen to and download more music with Rhapsody, check your voicemail and find that unique ringtone with MetroStudio.

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Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G
The Galaxy Admire 4G smartphone operates on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The mobile operating system that’s built to give you more freedom. Every action is designed to be fast, smooth and seamless. You have open access to thousands of Android applications and you have access to websites that play Adobe Flash. With a built in 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot, you can share your connection with up to eight other devices. Weather in the car, at a study group or at a business meeting, those around you can share the blistering 4G LTE network speeds. And with built in Quick Office, you can access all your important documents and create new ones, on the go.

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MetroPCS Galaxy Admire 4G price & availability
The Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G Android smartphone is available online and in MetroPCS stores for $169 USD plus tax. With tax and regulatory fee-inclusive 4G LTE service plans beginning at $30 per month, for a limited time, MetroPCS is offering consumers an unmatched value without being shackled by a long-term contract. For consumers interested in unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data, MetroPCS delivers with the $55 per month promotional plan, which is perfect for unlimited 4G LTE browsing, content streaming and application interaction.

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Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G smartphone
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