Galaxy S 4G

This is a reminder that the Samsung Galaxy S 4G will be available starting Feb. 23 -- as in tomorrow -- and we have a clarification on pricing.  Previous reports of the phone costing $149.99 on a two-year agreement were inaccurate, and the phone will cost $199.99 on contract with a $50 mail in rebate.

We had a little hands-on time with this one in Spain, and at first look it's everything a  T-Mobile Vibrant user could wish for.  We have one here in the Android Central offices, and we will be giving it a little closer look soon.  In the meantime, you can always hit the Android Central Galaxy S 4G forums and see what others are thinking about this one.

 
There are 10 comments

Jerzyiroc says:

Samsung can go to hell...

DVNO says:

Lol, you guys act like they started the holocaust.

strikethree says:

I'm sure they let other people into hell than just Nazis. (If you use that analogy then WHAT ELSE WOULD BE WORSE THAN THAT?!)

Clearly, you don't own a US Galaxy S so you didn't experience the hell Samsung put us through.

moises1204 says:

i own a vibrant and i did not have a bad experience with it, as the galaxy s phones on 2.1 it is still better phone than many phone with 2.2, anyway i got froyo about 4 month ago, so no problem here.

treyrey86 says:

Good luck getting Gingerbread....

moises1204 says:

i will get it the same way i got froyo.

JayPhill89 says:

lol at the screen shot

Searching... for 4G... nope, none here.

frozencloud says:

imma pass on this...and patiently wait for GSII =)

strikethree says:

Then be ready to "patiently" wait for updates.

Meanwhile, Samsung spends all of its developer resources on GSIII that it releases in about half a year later.

But, it is a nice phone if the price is right.

rocket321 says:

Agreed, why buy now with SGS2 comming out close behind? This seems like a waste of a launch...