It's Dogfight time and we've got two great contenders - the Samsung Captivate Glide and the Pantech Burst. Both feature a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 4G technology, a dual-core processor, and Android 2.3. There are a couple of differences though. The Burst works on AT&T's new LTE network, whereas the Captivate Glide is an HSPA+ device. The Burst is also much cheaper, at $50 on contract, compared to the Captivate Glide's $150 price tag. So is the extra money worth it? Which one should you go with if you're on AT&T and looking for a new smartphone? Watch the Dogfight to find out.
In this Dogfight, Sydney covers hardware, UI, performance, battery, camera quality, data speeds, and more. Both are terrific phones but there can only be one winner in this contest. Are the Burst's LTE speeds enough to make it a winner? Or is the Captivate Glide and its physical keyboard what you should be going after?
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