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MetroPCS today announced the Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G, a revised version of the Admire that includes support for MetroPCS's LTE 4G network. Other improvements compared to the original boost the processor speed from 800MHz to 1GHz, and increase the screen size from 3.5 inches to 3.6 inches. The Admire 4G also includes a 3-megapixel main camera and VGA user-facing camera, and MetroPCS's joyn rich messaging service. The Admire 4G runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It is available online starting today and in stores tomorrow for $169.
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2) The existing network will be around for years after the merger.
3) You still have to attract and maintain customers.
4) A phone often spends months in the development stage. It's possible or even likely t...
So why are manufacturers still releasing new phones with an already outdated and old operating system?