AT&T’s latest Samsung Infuse 4G smartphone hit the stores with a price tag of $199.99 and you should be committed to sign a two-year contract with the carrier to buy it. Walmart retail chain isn’t offering any discount on this handset’s price (previously, we heard about its $178 price tag). Earlier, we’ve reported about Amazon’s discount offer $149.99 for Samsung Infuse 4G phone. You might be aware of that Samsung Infuse 4G has been boosted to HSDPA Category 14, which blows its particular flavor of 4G up to 21Mbps, (not the usual HSDPA Category 10 – 14Mbps) and HSUPA Category 6 gives you 5.76Mbps speeds, to help you upload any file.
The Infuse 4G comes with a huge 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display (maintains the 800 x 480 resolution) and thinnest body (8.9 millimeters), which is running with Froyo, 1.2GHz chipset, 8MP camera paired with an LED flash for 720p HD video recording, 1.2 MP additional camera and having HSPA+ connectivity. You can output that video over HDMI to your HDTV. It is containing a husky 1,750mAh battery and a slot for a SIM card, and it has got 16 GB internal memory, a 2 GB micro-SD memory card inserted, having the scope to extend the memory up to 32GB, and Samsung’s spilling in a $25 credit for its Media Hub download service and the the Infuse will come with a special edition of Angry Birds
You can purchase the Samsung Infuse 4G handset here at AT&T Online Stores and Walmart Stores (hit the links) for $199.99 on a 2-year contract deal for new AT&T customers, and existed customers, who are eligible for an upgrade plan.