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Samsung Galaxy S III coming to MetroPCS Oct. 22 for $499


News by Andrew Kameka on Friday October 19, 2012.

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Samsung Galaxy S III
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MetroPCS will soon begin offering its customers one of the year's most successful smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S III. The Galaxy S III, which has been available at several other carriers since June, will launch Monday, October 22, online and at MetroPCS stores nationwide. The phone will sell for $499.99 plus tax, and can be paired with MetroPCS's no-contract wireless plans that range from $30 to $70 per month. It will also support 4G LTE in select areas that have LTE coverage.

The Samsung Galaxy S III has proven to be a big seller on other carriers. MetroPCS customers who have wanted the phone can examine the following features to decide if they wish to purchase the phone:

- 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and 2GB of RAM memory

- 4.8 inch 720P HD SuperAMOLEDscreen

- 8MP back and 1.9MP front cameras with features such as Burst Shotto capture still pictures at a rapid-fire pace with zero shutter lag; Best Shot that recommends the best picture to keep based on colors, lighting and clarity; and Share Shot, that allows other Galaxy S III users to quickly and wirelessly share pictures from up to 200 feet away over Wi-Fi

- AllSharePlay streams videos, photos and music to various connected devices including TVs and speakers, remotely accesses files and shares group presentations and photos

- S Beam shares content and information ? pictures, maps, contacts, calendars, etc. ? by simply touching two Galaxy S III phones together

- Enhanced gesture controls to minimize unnecessary screen touches or softkey use

- Pop Up Play delivers video picture-in-picture so users can multitask with entertainment while accomplishing the day's tasks

- Near Field Communication (NFC) support

- Support forMetroPCS4GMobile Hotspotservice (available for an additional monthly charge)

source: MetroPCS

 
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