Review: LG Connect 4G for MetroPCS
MetroPCS's latest LTE 4G smartphone comes from LG. The Connect 4G offers a decent spec list, but stumbles a a few times on the road to smartphone nirvana.
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MetroPCS's latest LTE-capable smartphone takes shape in the LG Connect 4G. This compact Android device offers a solid set of specs in a solid piece of hardware. If small, solid, and spec'd are what you're looking for in a smartphone, the Connect delivers on those promises — while falling far short on others. Phone Scoop's full report tells you what works, what doesn't, and if the Connect 4G is worth your hard-earned dollars.
The LG Connect 4G is designed to be a relatively affordable LTE phone for carriers like MetroPCS. While it's small in size and price, it's no slouch in features.
Jan 9, 2012
MetroPCS today announced the addition of the LG Connect 4G to its smartphone lineup. The LG Connect 4G can access MetroPCS's Long Term Evolution 4G network and includes a 4.0-inch Nova display with Gorilla Glass and a dual-core 1.2GHz processor.
Dec 3, 2012
MetroPCS today indicated that its joyn service can now be used on a wider range of its Android handsets. The service initially launched on the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G.
Jan 21, 2012
Documents on the Federal Communication Commission's web site reveal that the LG Connect, announced for MetroPCS during the CES trade show earlier this month, is also headed to Verizon Wireless's network. The LG VS-840, which was recently approved by the FCC, supports CDMA 850/1900MHz and LTE 750MHz, which is unique to Verizon.
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