Metro PCS the first carrier in America to offer a 4G/LTE network is adding another Android device to it’s roster. With Virgin Mobile on the brink of releasing a powerful Android device to it’s prepaid customers in the Motorola Triumph, MetroPCS is firing back by bringing the LG Bryce.
The LG Bryce bares a very strong resemblance to the LG Revolution on Verizon Wireless which is Verizon’s latest 4G/LTE Android device. The specs for the LG Bryce are just about the same check them out after the break
4.3″ WVGA Capacitive touch screen display
5 megapixel rear facing camera
front facing camera for video chatting
1ghz Qualcomm SnapDragon processor
512mb of RAM
MicroSD card for up to 32gb of extra storage
The LG Bryce will come with 4Gb or storage on board where the LG Revolution had 16gb. The trade off is that the LG Bryce will have Android 2.3 Gingerbread out of the box where the LG Revolution had Android 2.2 Froyo.
There is no information on pricing and information on unwired.com suggests an October/November release. The LG Bryce has already passed the FCC.