LG MS910 "Bryce" images leak & is believed to be a 4G LTE smartphone for MetroPCS

LG MS910
As we currently see on their lineup, there are still relatively few MetroPCS 4G LTE enabled devices available for purchase right now – with the Samsung Indulge being their very first Android powered smartphone to offer next-generation data speeds.

Well, it seems like a member from LG’s camp will soon be joining the exclusive crew as images of the purported next 4G LTE capable smartphone for MetroPCS have been leaked giving us a clear indication of what to expect. In fact, the handset has some clear similarities with the design of the 4G LTE enabled LG Revolution over on Verizon’s lineup, but the LG MS910 “Bryce” for MetroPCS has similar specs, but less memory than its fuller sibling.

Specifically, it’s alleged to feature a 4.3” display, 1GHz processor, 5-megapixel rear camera, front-facing camera, HDMI-out port, microSD card slot, 4GB of internal storage, and Android 2.3.4. Moreover, its rumored to launch in either October or November, but there’s nothing concrete about it just yet.

Nevertheless, MetroPCS customers will surely have something to look forward to this fall seeing that the LG Bryce is indeed shaping up to be a noteworthy option for those who wish to experience faster data speeds on an equally powerful Android smartphone.

Thanks to our anonymous tipster!

source: Howard Forums

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  • Display 4.3" 480 x 800 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP / 1.3 MP front
  • Storage 8 GB + microSDHC
  • Battery 1500 mAh(3.50h talk time)

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4 Comments

1. joanna56 unregistered

Well I dnt have metro pcs I have at&t I have an infuse 4G , my friend has metro pcs other 4g phone the indulge or something like that we both live in los Angeles. And she always gets better speeds than me its embarrassing. When we are both outside and we both have full reception the most I have gotten are 4 mbps up and down I never ever gotten higher than that. My friend on her metro pcs phone gets 8-10 mbps up and 5-6 mbps down everywhere she goes in La cuz La has a lot of metro pcs coverage. So yea it sukz... cuz I pay like 120 a month for 1 phone my friend pays like 60 something for everything unlimited I dnt even have unlimited internet! So I think its good that metro is getting good phones for people that dnt want to sign a 2 year contract, if metro pcs 4g is in ur area I recommend u get I cuz its fast!

2. joe567 unregistered

I have the LG Revo which is this phone on Metro...yuk!..gota love 4g speeds n unlimited data on verizon..Metro is rated as just OK..one of those "you're on your own" type of services I would say from others which have it...if you dont work from yer phone then this would work fine..but if you DO (I do)..consider verizons network for sure..worth couple extra bucks.

3. RORYREVOLUTION

Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

Expect this to have a 450-500 dollar price tag if those specs are real.

4. clark7474

Posts: 1; Member since: Dec 19, 2010

Joe567 Verizon no longer has unlimited data so you will be paying out the nose for you plan now. I have been with metro for 4 years after leaving Sprint and I love it. They are in no way a "you'er on your own company...now I will admit they were that before, but as of 2 years they always answer the phones (be it in India) I get a live person. I will admit that Metro's phones were the bottom of mid barrel. But I can honestly say MPCS is giving the others a run for their money. Fist with 4g adding Androids to their line up. They are slow but they get it done in the end. Rory, its Metro PCS trust me they will never have a phone over $400.00...we poor people and middle draw the line at $400.00 for any phone. I got into the Android market because of the $99.00 Ascend. Metro knows their market. There will NEVER be a 500.00. If there is it will set there until they drop the price...LOL

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