With a 2-yr contract agreement, the Vibrant costs $199.99 – just like Verizon’s Droid X, although the no contract price of T-Mo’s handset is lower: $499.99.
You probably already know this, but the Vibrant Galaxy S (which can already be rooted) runs Android 2.1 and features a 4 inch WVGA Super AMOLED display, Wi-Fi, Google Maps with free navigation, 1GHz processor, and 5MP camera with HD video recording. Preloaded on the handset (or on a memory card) you’ll find James Cameron’s Avatar, The Sims 3 Collector’s Edition, MobiTV, Slacker Radio, GoGo Inflight Internet, and Kindle for Android.
T-Mobile sells the Samsung Vibrant online, and it most likely offers it through its retail stores, too.
Next to introduce the Galaxy S in the US is probably AT&T – its Captivate should be out in three days from now (July 18). Verizon’s Samsung Fascinate and Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G (the only Galaxy S with a QWERTY keyboard) should be available pretty soon as well.
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