If you are planning to pick up the successor to the popular Samsung Galaxy S handset, you’ll be pleased to know that rumored pricing details have just been released courtesy of Walmart. The handset is likely to be shown in detail at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, but you’ll want to know how much it costs first.
According to this report from An.droid-life, the Samsung Galaxy S 4G will be priced at $148.88 at Walmart, subject to a two-year agreement with T-Mobile USA. Below is a image, showing actual retail documents for Walmart, although prices may vary at T-Mobile direct and other retail stores.
As you can see from the image, you’ll also have the option of paying a hefty $650 to take the Galaxy S 4G home without contract, or pay $248.88 for a two-year Flexpay agreement with the carrier – the $149 sounds very reasonable to us.
What are your thoughts on the pricing? Considering that the hardware specs are not very impressive, and it will only come with Android 2.2 Froyo, will you be getting this or not?
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