Samsung Craft, the first commercial 4G LTE handset, launches by MetroPCS

Samsung Craft has been announced by Samsung on Tuesday. It is said that it will be the first commercial 4G LTE handset around the world.  The handset will be obtainable from the MetroPCS which is going to introduce its LTE network in Las Vegas at the same time with handset’s launch.

In its looks and style Craft is some what regarded as the mate of 4G/WiMAX-equipped Epic 4G that is already available at Sprint. Although its is similar in its looks with Galaxy S phone yet it hasn’t the normal Android OS instead of it Craft is integrated with Samsung TouchWiz and BREW that is a  proprietary Samsung-developed OS. Additionally, the handset is featured with a 3.3″ AMOLED touchscreen display.

Samsung Craft has some common features of smartphone like WiFi, Bluetooth, microSD storage, and applications for video streaming, music playback and all these are attainable via Samsung i5510 mobile phone . The stylish 3.2 megapixel autofocus intesifies the beauty and style of mobile phone and simultaneously it lets the user to enjoy still and video images capabilities of it.

Samsung designed the handset in such a manner that it will be computable fully with MetroPCS LTE network . Currently, you can buy it only from the Las Vegas MetroPCS ,  the price tag of it is $299 after $50 mail-in rebate.

MetroPCS said nothing when LTE network will be available in other cities .Although Craft is a stunning gadget of Samsung but according to our analysis a large number of user are eager to get Android handset or LTE-compatiable iPhone.

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