We’ve been wondering about the official price of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S 4G handset as it is having different pricing options by various retailers. Previously, T-Mobile has confirmed that Samsung Galaxy S 4G has scheduled to arrive with a $149.99 price tag on February 23rd, but T-Mobile USA has now issued an updated press release and confirmed that that handset will actually costs $199.99 with a two-year signing contract after a $50 mail-in-rebate. There is no change on the release date.
We’ve already reported you that Wirefly has started offering pre-orders for the Galaxy S 4G for $139.99, RadioShack retailers goes for a $149.99 price tag, and Walmart is having it for $148.88, all with a 2-year contract. This must be good news for the consumers.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4G has scheduled to release on tomorrow, February 23 as the first smartphone on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network. This particular handset will be capable of getting speeds up to 21 Mbps, compared to the previous T-Mobile 4G devices that can only achieve 14.4 Mbps. Does it have enough to make it worth getting now?
Samsung Galaxy S 4G comes with Android 2.2 Froyo running on a 1GHz processor sporting 4 inch Super AMOLED touch screen display, and having 1GB of internal storage 16GB micro-SD card included and support for 32GB memory expansion, 5 megapixel camera without a flash and with 720p HD video capture, front facing VGA camera for Qik video chat program and having 1GB of internal storage, 16GB micro-SD card included and support for 32GB memory expansion, Inception movie pre-installed and and 1650mAh battery.
Check out the Full Specifications of Samsung Galaxy S 4G.
[Source: Press Release, T-Mobile@Twitter]