A brand new smartphone has been revealed by the folks at MetroPCS complete with mid-range specifications for those looking to keep their pocketbooks full while they access 4G LTE data speed. This device is the Coolpad Quattro 4G, and it's one of two 4G LTE-capable smartphones on the carrier this summer. This device works with a 4-inch display, single-core 1GHz processor, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
With MetroPCS ramping up efforts to bring 4G LTE to the USA on a network that's not quite expansive enough to compete with the big guns, a set of two smartphones may be just what they need to stay steady. There's also a device called LG Motion 4G on the market now for as low as $99 - it's also a mid-range Android smartphone working on their burgeoning 4G LTE network. Details on the LG Motion 4G can be found in our post last week on the birth of the network's new connectivity announcement.
Meanwhile you'll be paying $150 USD for this smartphone working with such features as a microSD card slot, wi-fi connectivity, Bluetooth, GPS navigation, and a 1,600 mAh battery - more than likely much more than enough to keep you powered up for a full day at a time. This device can be purchased and paired with the carrier's $55 USD a month rate plan with 4G LTE, and is also part of a buy-two-get-rebate plan.
If you purchase two of these devices - or one of these and an LG Motion 4G smartphone - you'll qualify for a $50 mail-in rebate. Sounds like a deal! Have a peek at your local MetroPCS retailer immediately if not soon to grab em both!