We know that MetroPCS is gearing up for the Samsung Forte, a touchscreen slider Android device that will run on its LTE network. It is a considerable upgrade over the Samsung Craft, which is currently the only available LTE phone for MetroPCS (or for any other carrier, for that matter). It will feature a 1 GHz processor, Android 2.2, a front facing camera, and more. MetroPCS plans to release the device on February 23 for $399.99. They will dub it the Indulge, not the Forte, but you’ll probably see both names appear in online forums. Of course, since that’s a month away we could see it change between now and then. But that’s the good word on the street at the moment.

Via PhoneNews.com.

We know that MetroPCS is gearing up for the Samsung Forte, a touchscreen slider Android device that will run on its LTE network. It is a considerable upgrade over the Samsung Craft, which is currently the only available LTE phone for MetroPCS (or for any other carrier, for that matter). It will feature a 1 GHz processor, Android 2.2, a front facing camera, and more. MetroPCS plans to release the device on February 23 for $399.99. They will dub it the Indulge, not the Forte, but you’ll probably see both names appear in online forums. Of course, since that’s a month away we could see it change between now and then. But that’s the good word on the street at the moment.

Via PhoneNews.com.

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Rumor: MetroPCS to get Samsung Indulge on Feb 23 for $399.99

We know that MetroPCS is gearing up for the Samsung Forte, a touchscreen slider Android device that will run on its LTE network. It is a considerable upgrade over the Samsung Craft, which is currently the only available LTE phone for MetroPCS (or for any other carrier, for that matter). It will feature a 1 GHz processor, Android 2.2, a front facing camera, and more. MetroPCS plans to release the device on February 23 for $399.99. They will dub it the Indulge, not the Forte, but you’ll probably see both names appear in online forums. Of course, since that’s a month away we could see it change between now and then. But that’s the good word on the street at the moment.

Via PhoneNews.com.