Samsung Galaxy Aviator Announced as US Cellular First LTE handset
US Cellular is recently follow the same path as Sprint to announce it’s first 4G LTE handset. Samsung Galaxy Aviator is now officially become the part of the carrier’s Android phone lineup. It only take them a weeks after announcing their first LTE tablet, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
This smartphone is currently run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It sports 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus screen with WVGA resolution. Deep under it’s hood, lies a 1GHz single core-processors and 1.4GB internal data storage. There are dual-camera unit, 8.0 megapixels on the back and 1.3 megapixels in front. Do you think that the hardware specs sound familiar? Well, no wonder why, because this phone is the re-branded version of Verizon’s Samsung Droid Charge.
If you’re happen to live in US Cellular selected markets, you should be able to grab this handset for $99.99 only on contract. For anyone who live outside the market, Galaxy Aviator will cost them as much as $199.99. If you need more information about this offer, you should check the carrier’s official web page in here.
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