As expected earlier, T-Mobile has started offering the entry-level Android powered Samsung Dart handset from today. This handset is also known as Samsung Galaxy Mini in some territories of the world. Samsung Dart is available for free on contract, and it would cost you $179.99 if you don’t want to sign any sign for contract with the carrier. T-Mobile has also started selling the HTC Sensation 4G for $199.99 on contract. The handsets are in stock now. A few hours ago, the Samsung Dart handset has been listed as “temporarily out of stock” at the carrier’s official website.
Samsung Dart comes with the out-dated Froyo OS, a 3.1-inch QVGA touchscreen display, 3.2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, 802.11 Wi-Fi, GPS, 2GB micro-SD card pre-installed having the scope form memory expansion up to 32GB, Android Market, a whole host of Google & T-Mobile services, 1200mAh battery that provides up to 4 hours of talk time, standby time of up to 288 hours, and powered by a 600MHz processor.
You can now grab the Samsung Dart handset for free here at T-Mobile online Stores (hit the link). Takers should be committing to the two-year contract with the carrier. You can get it for $179.99 sans the contract. and the deal is valid for both the T-Mobile’s new customers, and already existing T-Mobile customers who are looking for an upgrade.