Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G gets the LTE treatment on MetroPCS

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With LTE technology on a rise in the U.S., the MetroPCS Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G smartphone is soon to surf on this particular network as well. The handset is said to be part of the company’s tax and regulatory-fee service plans that start at $50 per month.

Powered by a 1GHz processor, the phone is loaded with all the features Android Gingerbread has to offer. It flaunts a 3MP camera with LED flash on its rear for capturing images and visuals as well as a 1.3MP front-facing lens for video calling over the touchscreen that stretches up to 3.5 inches diagonally. To complement its low resolution snapper is the pre-loaded Google Talk application that’s equipped with face-to-face chat capabilities. In addition to these, users will also have access to more than 300,000 free as well as paid applications, games and tools, hosted on the Android Market.

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“We are committed to delivering the latest smartphones that fit our customers’ needs and provide unmatched value with our 4G LTE service,” commented Tom Keys, MetroPCS president and chief operating officer. “We believe that the Galaxy Attain 4G fills a sweet spot within our growing 4G LTE portfolio, packing all of the Android features that consumers have come to expect and that allow them to do more.”

Through MetroPCS, the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G handset can be coupled with $50 and $60 smartphone plans that comprise of all applicable taxes and regulatory fees. For entertainment needs, the $60 subscription comes with options of either the Rhapsody Unlimited Music or MetroStudio services along with unlimited talk time, text messages and web browsing data. The first selection gives users access to over 12 millions songs from the Rhapsody music library, whilst subscribing for the latter enables more features like Video On Demand, which provides TV shows, news, sports and other such entertainment channels.

The Galaxy Attain 4G price tag reads at $199 after a $50 mail-in rebate and it will be available in the coming weeks for a limited time only through MetroPCS stores and online.