- Android v4.1 (Jelly Bean)
- 5.0 MP Rear Camera Front-Facing Camera
- NovaThor U8420 Chipset, Mali-400 GPU Processor 1.0 GHz
- Up to 14.17 hours (2G) / Up to 7.17 hours (3G) Talk Time
Just okay 02/10/2013
Small, nice screen, Android 4.
Not LTE. Not compatible with T-Mobile HSPA+. Bounces back-and-forth between Edge and 3G speeds. I seem to have a lot more "missed calls" than I did on the old LG Optimus this phone replaced. Overall, it's not a great "phone". button placement on the sides make it too easy to get turned on/off in your pocket.
Despite the name, this is NOT the Galaxy SIII stuffed into a smaller form factor. The HUSPA (which should be HSPA+ compatible) runs on the 1900Mhz frequency. T-Mobile runs on the 1800Mhz frequency. Supposedly they are building out the 1900Mhz band to support iPhone users. Haven't seen it my area yet, so I can't verify the phone will get "4G" speeds when they do. Overall, it's an okay phone and I like the smaller size. But it's not an SIII and it's not good for heavy web users.
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