Review: Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G for MetroPCS
Samsung brings a mid-range Galaxy-class device to MetroPCS's network in the Attain 4G. This simpler smartphone packs some surprises, along with some disappointments.
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MetroPCS's latest LTE 4G smartphone is the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G. It lands in the middle of the food chain in MetroPCS's lineup, and offers a good mix of features for the price. Android fans that want a pre-paid phone should take a look at the Galaxy Attain 4G.
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