T-Mobile USA has issued an update on the price of its Galaxy S 4G, which should be released this Wednesday (February 23).
Of course, that’s the price if you’ll get the smartphone directly from T-Mobile. Some retailers will sell it for less – Walmart, for example, will have it for $148.88.
Unlike the Galaxy S Vibrant (currently available at T-Mobile for $49.99 on contract), the Galaxy S 4G will be launched with Android 2.2, a front-facing camera, and support for T-Mo’s speedy HSPA+ network.
If you’re looking to save a few extra bucks, you can also get the Samsung Galaxy S 4G now on Amazon for $129.99 with new service, 149.99 for upgrades.
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