Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G for MetroPCS leaked


MetroPCS looks to be getting themselves another interesting Android device. It’s the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G and it boasts a rather odd combination of specs.

It fits somewhere between the Galaxy S and Galaxy S2 with the following: a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus display, possibly a 1.3GHz single-core processor, an 8 megapixel camera, a 1.3 megapixel front camera, a 16GB microSD, and 4G LTE.

It’s admittedly more on the Galaxy S2 side than anything, but it remains to be seen if the single-core processor will hamper performance any. It’s not even certain if that will be the processor it houses once it’s launched so don’t write this one off just yet. No one will truly know until it’s all made official so let’s not sweat it. Take a quick look above. [PhoneArena]

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  1. Looks like a Droid Charge

    1. Exactly what I thought, which makes it a little less interesting

    2. Thats what I was thinking.

    3. specs are like the droid charge as well

  2. I wonder how much internal memory and ram will it have? What processor will it have and I hope this ships with ICS since OEMs don’t seem to support these prepaid handset once they are released….LG released a dual core phone on Metropcs and Samsung can’t match that!

  3. What kind of speeds does Metro gets on their LTE network. I have asked many store employee’s and they never know what speed range does their LTE network has

    1. My girlfriend has metro LTE. We never did a speed test but it’s worth the extra $10. It’s much faster than their 3g

  4. i have a droid charge and it underperforms, even WITH a rom that is a lot easier on the CPU than stock. and the sad part is that this rebranded droid charge is better than most prepaid phone options.

  5. Gingerbread? There is no way anyone should by a phone with Gingerbread in 2012

  6. This is a great choice for the low budget, poor people who are afraid of commitment. They don’t deserve nice phones. Just “on par” devices since their lives are as well.

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