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At a press event in NYC today, MetroPCS revealed a rough sketch of four 4G LTE phones it plans to bring to market later this year. The company is currently testing Samsung's Galaxy S III, and plans to launch it "later this year." Another, smaller Samsung will come to market supporting VoLTE, which resembles the Galaxy Mini. A "Coolpad" phone with a four-inch screen should launch very soon - possibly later this week - for $149. A ZTE phone with a 4.3-inch screen is also planned.
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