Watch digital local broadcast TV with the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G Video
Watch digital local broadcast TV with the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G Video Transcript
I instructor check on him the first look at Samsung's galaxy S -- -- forgy launch today with MetroPCS. The most notable feature that Smartphones retractable antenna and ability to pick up local live TV channels service called dial. The light -- actually the first product to work with dial which is run by a consortium of broadcasters. You know -- in temperature it and he found the service isn't half bad. Here in New York I was able to pick up NBC fox a Childrens channel of -- and telemundo. Unfortunately the services of its body didn't work -- certain parts of the office. Sometimes or -- with the feeling to run. Still be able watch the Olympics on the -- it's pretty handy this would be really great fertility party. Rusher I would use the service -- -- The photo itself is perfectly or specs -- bit outdated as four point three inch super amoled display. An eight megapixel camera back in -- one point three megapixel camera in the front. It's got a one gigahertz processor and also runs an older version of Android Android 2.3 also known as gingerbread. The phone to be used as a hot spot the first from MetroPCS to use. The price however is anything but ordinary at 459 dollars it's -- -- -- the next most expensive phone repeats it. At that price you -- soap operas and game shows. Look out for our full review later for CNET Roger Chang has been a first look galaxy S language what --
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