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LTE's great... but only if it's got phones and modems that can take advantage of it. Though MetroPCS beat Verizon to become the first American carrier to launch the technology, it's been scraping by so far with nothing other than the Samsung Craft, a middling dumbphone without the chops to attract

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January 11, 2011 at 10:56PM
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The recently announced Samsung SCH-r510 Wafer -- and at just 8.4 millimeters thin, this moniker is well deserved -- has landed at the Alltel shop, dear friends. This uber svelte XM Radio packin', EV-DO speedin' device has hit the shelves with the anybody-can-afford-it price of $49 dollars. If you a

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We recall (vaguely) a time when CDMA phones were notoriously clunky compared to their GSM brethren; they were thick, built like tanks, and frequently sported aerial antennas flying shamelessly beyond the hinge. Well, yeah, those days are long gone. Exhibit A: the Samsung SCH-r510 \"Wafer\" candybar,

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Samsung is spreading the Ultra love, with its new R510 candybar for Alltel and U540 clamshell for Verizon. Both phones look to be rejiggered versions of phones we've been enjoying on other carriers for a little while now, with the SCH-R510 mirroring the T-Mobile Trace (Ultra 6.9) on specs and size

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