If you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the Prodigy.
A new $2,000 smartphone by the makers of the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Proddetor features a 6-inch 1080p display, a 3,300 mAh battery, a Snapdragon 801 processor, a 1.3Ghz octa-core Exynos 7420 SoC, and a 3GB of RAM.
But it’s the 3GB RAM and the Prodding that sets the Prodigie apart.
It has 4GB of it, which is pretty much the same as the S4’s 3GB.
And while that might not seem like a lot, the extra storage and RAM is a big deal.
The Prodigy’s RAM is actually the same RAM found in the Galaxy S5, and it comes in at 4GB.
But the Proctor is only able to hold 3.3GB of ram, which doesn’t sound like much.
But if you have the extra memory, the 5GB of space can make all the difference.
The 4GB RAM also makes the Prodetor faster, which could make it an appealing phone for users who prefer to use their phones for more than one task at a time.
But there’s one other major advantage to having the extra RAM.
The prodigy has an integrated 4G LTE antenna, which means you can easily stream videos and photos from your phone, as well as receive and send text messages.
The extra space also means the Prodict can run in airplane mode and can be used as a tablet, but that requires a smartphone.
And because the Prodtor has a battery that’s just 3.5 ounces, it’s also portable.
We got a chance to use the Producetor for a few days and found the phone to be well worth the money.
The phone has a 4.3-inch display with a resolution of 1,440 x 960, and the 3,280 mAh cell that powers the Prodor comes in a choice of 3 colors: Black, White, and Gray.
It’s powered by a Snapdragon 808 processor, which comes with 4GB to 6GB of memory and supports LTE speeds up to 100Mbps.
The 3GB Proditor is a tad larger than the S5 Prodt, but it still has a big battery, and its camera is a nice little feature.
The camera on the Produces S5 and Prodets S5 Plus is a lot better than on the Galaxy Note 4, and in the case of the ProDetor, it also gets the full 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution.
The S5 is also an IPS display, while the Prodies is a monochrome screen with an LCD screen.
But like the S3 Prod, you can choose from four different color schemes: Black and White, Gray and White (for the display), Red and Black (for notifications), and Gray and Blue (for music).
You can also choose from the same colors on the S6 Prod and the S7 Prod.
For those who prefer the more saturated colors on their phones, there’s also the option to add the Prodixtor to a “Black” version of your phone with a 5.1-inch screen.
You can get the Proder for $499 off the Google Play store, and while that’s a lot less than the Galaxy Pro, it does come with a 1TB storage option that you can upgrade to a 128GB version for $300.
The specs on the specs page for the Prods S5 are still somewhat limited compared to the Galaxy phones.
But, as we mentioned, it has a bigger battery than the other two, which makes it a lot more versatile.
And, while it has 4.7-inch screens, the screen is only 720p, which works well for streaming videos and music.
And even though the Prodaets battery lasts for about an hour, we did find it to be a bit too light for our liking, so we ended up getting a bigger charger for the battery.
For $199, you get a 128 GB version with an LTE band, so you can stream music to your phone from up to 300 feet away.
The price tag on the 16GB Proddets version is $250, and that’s for an unlocked model.
For a more expensive model, you’re looking at a $500 price tag, and you’ll get a 2TB storage slot with wireless charging.
And since you get the same LTE band as the Prodoets S6, you should get the best Wi-Fi speeds for the most out-of-the-box experience.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus offer a similar experience with a 4K display and an upgradeable screen, but those phones are still expensive.
For the $400 Prodigy, you’ll still get a screen with 1080p resolution, but you’ll