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T-Mobile outs retail value of Samsung Galaxy S6

T-Mobile is running a contest in the U.S. through which customers can get their hands on the upcoming Galaxy S6 for free. And as is the case for all such giveaways in the country, the carrier has listed the retail value of the handset, which is at $699. As there is no mention of a storage variant, it is possible the model listed is the 32GB variant.

That's $100 more than the $599 retail price put forth by HTC in its own giveaway of the One M9. The higher price is warranted as the Galaxy S6 boasts a QHD display, whereas the One M9 comes with a full-HD screen. There's also Samsung's brand recognition to consider, and even though the South Korean vendor is facing a sales decline of late, it sells more devices than the next four Android handset manufacturers put together.

If you're interested in taking part in T-Mobile's sweepstakes, head to the link below to register. There's the Galaxy S6, Gear S smartwatch, Gear Circle headset and a Galaxy Tab S tablet up for grabs.

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Source: T-Mobile

Thanks a lot for the tip Salvatore!

Harish Jonnalagadda
Senior Editor - Asia

Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia at Android Central. He leads the site's coverage of Chinese phone brands, contributing to reviews, features, and buying guides. He also writes about storage servers, audio products, and the semiconductor industry. Contact him on Twitter at @chunkynerd.

140 Comments
  • Sounds about right I guess. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I dont think quad HD justifies a 100 dollar price increase.. Shouldn't the LG g3 have had a higher price last year then? Posted via the Android Central App
  • No, there are too many differences to compare the two. Chip, ram Posted by my soon to be retired Note 3
  • Compared to the S5, M8, and Z3.
    It was actually cheaper than all 3. The G3 was exactly $600($598 or something) while the M8 and S5 were$660 and Z3 $630.
    Those were the T-Mo prices in august when I left Sprint. Z3 wasn't out yet at the time.
  • Huh? The G3 had a top of line SOC and 3GB of RAM, as well as 32GB of storage. $699 is way too high, as that would likely make the S6 Edge start at $799. You'd be looking at $999 for the 128GB S6 Edge, which is more than the 128GB iPhone 6 Plus.
  • Just a fun fact, the G3 can be bought for under $500 right now. No LTE in the states, but i mean whatever right?
  • T-Mobile has it for $450
  • I bought the G3 a month ago for $400, if you get the right carrier model you have LTE in the states, it's only the international D855 that doesn't work in the states
    I picked up the D851 and I have LTE on T-mobile and I could use it on AT&T LTE as well if I wanted.
  • Verizon have the G3 on sale all the time for free with 2 yrs contract.
  • -1
  • And why did you give me a -1? You don't believe that will be the price of the Edge?
  • Key word is had. The s6 has the same resolution screen, better ram, better soc better design. Old is old (in tech terms old comes fast) Posted by my soon to be retired Note 3
  • I never said the G3 was better than the S6, I'm talking about on release date the G3 had the best specs out there, just like the S6 now. my point was just because it has awesome specs doesn't mean it needs to be that much of a premium.
  • The G3 mixed a QHD display with a prior gen SoC. That's why you see the lower benchmarks and performance issues compared to other flagships with the SD 801 No phone out there has the combo of a 14 nm SoC, UFS 2.0 memory, and DDR4 ram that the s6 has.The S6 is next year's tech right now Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • your argument is invalid when the G3 had 1440p resolution last year and phones with 1080p and 16gb of storage were more expensive i.e Z3 and GS6.
  • My argument isn't invalid. My argument is you clearly don't have to spend $700 to get top tier specs.
  • bro i was talking no nexus the Sprint fanboy that trolls T-Mobile threads
  • Gotcha, it's impossible to tell on AC.
  • This has nothing to do with t-slo Posted by my soon to be retired Note 3
  • Didn't say it did but trolling T-Mo articles is what you're known for
  • That and placing facts at the feet of apologists such as yourself. The g3 was a nice, underpowered, common component phone. The screen was the new thing new on it. That is not the case with the s6. It is pretty much all new tech inside. Posted by my soon to be retired Note 3
  • True, LG pushed more pixels with already flagship common engine. S6 is much more than G3 was at the launch. via AC App on VZW Moto X DE/N7
  • $799 ... hahaaha! i'm guessing it's more like $849 as a starting price!
  • Posted by my soon to be retired Note 3 Did you really have to put that in your reply? I don't think anybody cares hahahaha
  • Well, I gave it a try and entered, let's see if I have any luck. Sure would be awesome to win one! Posted via the Android Central App
  • Same here. Would be amazing to win LoL Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yeah me too. Do you think entering once means you have a chance each week to win a prize? Posted via Android Central App
  • That sounds about perfect. Now if only the S6 edge base model started at $699. He edge is so badass that it's the only one I would consider buying Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • I wonder how much more the edge variant will be. If everyone had to choose between the galaxy s6 or edge or the m9 as the last android phone you'll ever have, what would it be? I'm a fan of software keys, removable batteries and expandable storage (currently have a g3 running aosp) and I think I would go with the galaxy s6 Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'd definately go with the edge personally. I've never seen a phone so badass and apparently it and the S6 are crafted meticulously. Unfortunately I bet the base model goes for $800 minimum Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • It is a 100 difference in Canada so it will be less in the US. Posted via Android Central App
  • Um, if you're a fan of removable batteries and expandable storage, why would you get an s6? It has neither Posted via Android Central App
  • Maybe because he might be willing to give it up for a phone as beastly as the S6? It's about to be most powerful smartphone ever, and trumps the competition for the time being Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • Phones (flagships) are getting ridicolously expensive, I remember buying the S3 for 450 euro.. now it's 700ish....
  • Because they can do more. They're computers. You can buy older models if you choose. Posted via the Android Central App
  • lol. Computers kind of maintained their prices throughout the last 10 years. So it's not like that at all. And computers can do more as well.
  • Yeah but mobile technology is much younger than PC tech is, so it's more expensive. Besides, the S6 has a bunch of cutting edge tech, from the display to the RAM to the fingerprint reader, so I'd say the price is justified.
  • A lot of it has to do with demand though. If people weren't using smart phones and moved on to some other tech, this phone would be a lot cheaper. With R&D added in these phones average at around $200-$300 to make usually. So the markup is large.
  • Agreed, demand is key. You can get a screaming desktop for very little money at the cost of being tied to your desk. For now, these are the standard prices and don't surprise me.
  • wrong! its all economics the more we want it the more they can charge. what do you think the profit margin is on making a phone? im willing to bet as high as 70%
  • It's not ALL demand-related. Obviously the $200-300 price point is partially due to what you said, but prices aren't going to drop much as long as high-end tech is continuously introduced.
  • @Ikeman90: I think the build price of an iphone is around $200, they charge $650 for it. 69.2% profit margin per device (no idea what R&D costs). you are pretty spot on!
  • Mo to X has a pretty good price for a flagship. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Computers dropped in price a lot. I paid 2600.00 for one of the first Pentium models with 4MB of RAM back in 1996, and my newest A8 chipped tower was $499.00 with 8GB of RAM. I think the manufacturers are testing the consumers to see how much we will pay. Look at Winphones...$300.00 for a flagship.
  • Yep. PC's used to be pretty damn expensive. In the mid 90's you were looking at 2.5k to 3k for 1 step below top of the line. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Like what? The S3 was a perfectly capable smart phone as well.
  • Price in demand Posted via the Android Central App
  • I think people should hold onto their smartphones a lot longer. I intend on holding on to my S6 for no less than 3yrs. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I think android has matured to the point that you can do that. My first android phone was an HTC Aria, and it was functionally obsolete (for my purposes) after 18 months. The replacement HTC Vivid....same thing. I've had my N5 for over a year and notice 0 degradation of performance. My wallet is happy.
  • I think the next Note I buy I will be doing the same unless something I absolutely have to have comes along. Not sure if that is going to be the note 5 or 6. The 4 is pretty awesome Posted by my soon to be retired Note 3
  • I just hope your battery lasts that long or are handy enough to take the phone apart.
  • Most couple year old flagships are perfectly good phones to use nowadays. OS updates aside, they run fine. Kitkat is a great android version as it is very light on process overhead. That's why a lot of seemingly underpowered hardware can run it just fine. My daughter's 2 1/2 year old nabi 2 just got kitkat and it runs great as does my 2 1/2 year old razr maxx hd. There is no necessity to upgrade really, just desire. It's only going to be better for flagships released right now. That goes for Android and Apple. Posted via the Android Central App
  • $699 for 32GB I presume $799 for 64GB and $899 for 128GB. It's been rumored for some time, so I'll be surprised if it's cheaper. Sorry, but with those prices for more storage, I'll pass...
  • Yeah, I really really hope they don't do this garbage to the Note 5. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'm sure you can expect the same thing with the next note. Posted via Android Central App
  • Wasn't the note 4 priced like this as well? Posted via the Android Central App
  • But with the Note 4, you have a microSD card slot, so you don't have to pay $100 for more storage. But with the S6, you need to pony up more cash if you want more storage, and it's probably more than the equivalent microSD card.
  • Yes, part of me looks at it this way too. But then you realize that samsung upgraded to UFS 2.0 memory that not only 3x faster than standard eMMC everyone else uses, it's 28 times faster than standard ext. SD cards. As far as whether more powerful ext. storage could be used? Idk. But it'd be expensive as shit anyway. Also, since android uses all its onboard media for caching and some apps get occasionally get swapped to ext. Storage on installation, these things cause bottlenecks in performance. Removing it creates the ultimate fluid device. Between that, DDR4 ram, and the 14 nm exynos 7, samsung just smoked the entire industry with the S6.....for now Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • I actually don't use the SD card on my phone for apps. I use it for media like photos, videos and audio. They sometimes take up more space than my apps, and I'm not the kind of guy who games a lot on a phone anyway. I know Samsung is using a new type of storage that is basically a hybrid SSD + flash storage, but I need to use it for myself before I can say whether it has any effect in real-world usage, since the phones we have now are pretty fast for their age. But it is exciting, minus the bitter taste that still remains in my mouth.
  • Neither do I It's media I'm talking about which creates system bottlenecks on ext. Storage. Essentially combining standard ext. Storage with UFS 2.0 will effect performance. I like having ext. storage and removable battery. I have a note 4. But you can see where samsung's going with this, and I'd happily pay for extra storage like this and hardware this powerful Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • Personally, I'd wait to see this tech trickle down to other smartphones. It's exciting, but given my current usage, I don't think I'll need the extra speed for now. And besides, my family refuses to buy another Samsung because we had a terrible experience with them... The S6 could've been my next smartphone, but I'm the kind of guy that roots and ROMs devices, so it's not for me.
  • Did the battery blow up on one or something?? Lol Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • Actually, that nearly happened. On our S3, we found out that the phone didn't fit in it's case. When we took it off, I realized that the back cover didn't close properly, What greeted me was a battery with a GIGANTIC BULGE. The same thing happened with a Galaxy S2. Both were NEW batteries as well, which was insulting. Thankfully, these batteries were replaceable, so we got another replacement for our S3. Actually, the real reason my family vows never to buy another Samsung is the lag.
  • Note is more expensive out of the box than the s series. You are going to be disappointed Posted via the Android Central App
  • Sounds fair and expected. Posted via Nexus 6
  • I figured they'd be increasing the price. I'll bet the charge $100 for each $15 flash storage chip they put in, just like Apple. Want 64GB instead? $799 please. Welcome to the world of fixed storage capacity. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Ya it sucks...but hey, atleast it's UFS 2.0 Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • It's not the same technology. Samsung is basically using SSD Flash.
  • It will be $199 ($649 offcontract) for the base 32 GB, $50 more for the 64 GB (both on and off) and $50 more $299 on/$749off contract for the 128 GB model. The edge version will plus $100 across the board. Personally, I have lived quite comfortably the last 3 years, would take micro SD if it had it, if not, then I would like the 64 GB model (I can use some 64 GB double sided OTG memory sticks if I need it on the go). Love the design of the S6 and just need to know if they have made their antennas better for data and calling - my S3 was not very good - HTC and LG both do much better than Samsung in this area.
  • Who quotes on contract prices anymore? Do people still buy their phones that way? Is the most expensive way to buy them. I'm being facetious of course, I know people still do. Wow. "gotta keep my unlimited plan." one born every minute. Posted via the Android Central App
  • T-Mobile's retail prices are always higher
    Verizon charges much less. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yes but then you're dealing with Verizon. Posted via Nexus 6
  • Verizon version will come unlocked.
  • What is the advantage of Verizon unlocked?
  • It's GSM unlocked.
  • Where can you use all its cellular radios and LTE data frequencies other than Verizon?
  • Typically in most places outside of the U.S., and AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S.
  • T-Mobile? AT&T? Pre-paid? You can use them either internationally or domestic as they come unlocked.
  • I thought Verizon was CDMA?
  • That is corrct, Verizon uses CDMA technology for their voice calls. The current line of phones on their network are world phones, which come with GSM radios. The same is true with Sprint. Only Sprint started unlocking their phones last month(Febuary 2015).
  • It really depends on the phone. I'm sure the S6 will be this way and support multiple frequencies CDMA and GSM alike. I'm using an iPhone 6 Plus that was originally on Verizon. I switched to straight talk and used the GSM SIM, since I like hoping between the iPhone and the OnePlus One. It pulls down LTE just fine, just switch those SIMs.
  • But you have to deal with the ugliest logo ever every day. It's not like you can take off the back and replace it, it will be permanent on the glass back. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I am not on Verizon, but I sure hope they do not ruin the S6 with the logo on the back.
  • Well your wish is a pipe dream I thought I seen some leaked photos full of vzw branding on the rear glass Posted via the Android Central App
  • The rear...fine. I can live with that. They better not ruin the FRONT of this phone with their shit ass logo! If they do, I'm officially gone. Sick of them defacing beautiful products with their ugly logo. Posted via the Android Central App
  • That is incorrect. Att is the highest. Check the prices of a note4 off contract. And you will find Verizon and t mobile are the same price. 699.99. T mobile phones are not locked bootloader either. So even if they are a few more dollars more sometimes it's worth it. But most of the time the two are neck and neck with everyone else higher. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I was hoping they'd undercut Apple at least by $50 guess not. The price isn't bad but would've been a dream for pricing to start at $600 and $650 for the lowest model. If I have to pay $800-900 for the 64GB Edge then I'd like to at least find a deal with a wireless charger bundled.
  • Sorry but no cigar!
    With no external micro SD storage option and a factory sealed non-replaceable battery this phone is wanting to be an iPhone wannabe.
    I'll stick with my LG G3
  • Then I guess the Nexus lineup is a bunch of iPhone wannabes also...
  • i mean you gotta feel for him tho. i've been a nexus for my own reasons. but im sure the vast majority of people who have been a loyal galaxy s people were because the removable battery, sd cards or both. i mean lets be real touchwiz is nothing to be bragging about. but now they did away with it. why? to be more like apple i think. think about it. they cut back on all the models so now they have the galaxy s, note and now edge. (prolly will keep a low end around im not sure. but besides the point) they want to keep profit up. so instead of letting you buy a 16 or 32 gb and trowing in a chip. offer a 128 gb and boom 200 extra on top of the base with a 5 buck increase in costs and more people will be inclined to buy the more mem model.
  • Ughhhhh when will you bunch of whiny ass bitches get your heads out of your asses and wake the hell up... This move has nothing to do with Apple. Plenty of information out there to help you realize why this is better for the overall performance of the phone... You know, whenever you people decide you've had enough of bitching and crying and need a nap or something... Posted via the Android Central App
  • http://www.quickmeme.com/img/5b/5b7e0fdd39178dc8d4148618607fc96fb8908a1e... the end just stopped making sense. and im not a "whiny ass bitches" all i was saying was the fan base of the galaxy series loved the sd cards and removable battery. even one the biggest selling point of their last release was the battery( between swapping batteries or turning on low power mode) poking fun at iphone users huddled by outlets charging their phone. you like to believe samsung doesn't want to be like apple but what company doesnt want to be rich and successful. your looking at it like its a negative. clearly they aren't copying but if something proves successful your gonna dip your hand in that pot and see how you can get some of that gold. and lastly, the last i dont hate samsung and i dont hate apple. i dont care for samsung and i dont care for apple. funny the infant is telling me i need a nap.
  • Last I checked Samsung doesn't need to try to be like Apple to be "rich and successful"... They don't need to copy Apple to "reach the gold"... You don't make any fucking sense. Non of you cry baby bitches make any sense. It's always "waaaaa they're copying Apple waaaa waaaaaaa" it gets old. Grow the fuck up... Oh, and real original meme, you come up with all by yourself did ya? And I'm 29 and a marine, far from an infant... You're the only cry baby bitch ass infant I see here... Now go cry about Samsung moving with the times getting rid of removable batteries and external storage like the little bitch boy you are... Peace... Stock up on tissues. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Daaaaeeeem. Lol, i would've liked the removable battery to stay, but it's easy to see where samsung is going with with ditching external storage Mixing UFS 2.0 memory with a standard weak ass ext. SD card when android caches media files, etc means diminished performance. I'd gladly pay for 128 gbs. Of storage this powerful that's cool that you're in the marines. I was army infantry for 8 years Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • Niiice brother! Yea I would have liked a removable battery as well, but what can ya do. You hit it on the head with why they chose to get rid of removable storage though. I feel like people don't take the time to think things through before they bitch about shit. Aggravating. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Well the profanity ridden tirade is certainly evidence of being an asvab waiver jar head. Go smash some rocks together or something. - USN 8 yrs, USAF present Posted via the Android Central App
  • Sorry if what you read in my comments hurt your sensitive eyes... Posted via the Android Central App
  • +1 Posted via Android Central App on my Verizon HTC One M8 on T-Mobile.
  • Here are the prices for Canada : http://mobilesyrup.com/2015/03/02/canadian-pricing-for-the-samsung-galax... Posted via Android Central App
  • Wow over $1000 for the 128gb s6 edge that's crazy. Posted via the Android Central App
  • G Flex 2, the big daddy.
  • Yes, don't forget to get a pair of glows....
  • "Already a T-Mobile customer?" No (and I just left you) I lost already I'm sure Posted via the Android Central App
  • Well looks like Motorola can price stuff decently.
    I'm waiting for oneplus two Posted via Android Central App on 1+1
  • I think that's three last time I checked.
    But 2+2 equals 5 so that might be wong. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'm guessing the Edge will be a $50 premium. Makes the most sense.
  • The edge costs $100.00 more and each increment in storage is an additional $100.00. Using round numbers for US
    S6: $700,00, $800.00, $900.00
    Edge: $800.00, $900.00, $1,000.00
  • There's no pricing. So you're guessing also.
  • There's no reason to assume it will be $100 more. This isn't the S series vs the Note Series. These devices are almost identical.
  • The Note Edge was $100 more than the Note 4.
  • If this is correct it is about $50 more than the iPhone 6. I don't think many people, other than those that come on these sites, will pay more than for an iPhone. Certainly in the UK, you can get Samsung phones cheaper on contract than the equivalent iPhone. Posted via the Android Central App
  • "I don't think many people, other than those that come on these sites, will pay more than for an iPhone." This may be hard to believer but some people....some people actually WANT a samsung or android device do NOT want an iPhone. "According to analysts, Apple and Samsung each sold the same amount of smartphones, 74.5 million. " source: http://www.techtimes.com/articles/29690/20150130/apple-vs-samsung-74-mil...
  • Yup, and it's easily the best phone on the market, so... Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • Even more expensive than the iPhone that starts at 650 for the 16 gigabyte base and increases 100 dollars more. Hopefully it increases by 50 dollars like the Nexus 6 with 32 being 650 and 64 being 699, but I doubt that. It'll be amazing though if the starting price is the 64 gigabyte model which will be AMAZING. That'll make a 100 increase to the 128 model even better. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I think less than 1% off the world cares if their phone has qhd or full HD. I think more people would prefer better battery and performance. But if the m9 camera sucks as much as people say, its still the loser.
  • $100.00 more for the edge, I hope not the regular looking S6.
  • This site is full of hypocrites, you all talk so much trash about Apple's prices yet are defending Samsung's price...
  • Well to be fair, the tech in the iPhone does not justify the price tag. Everyone knows they are overpriced for what you are actually getting. Brought to you by the Fantastic Note 4
  • Then again, an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus has all the radios already built-in if you buy a Verizon version which is carrier unlocked. You can use it with pretty much any carrier on the planet. You cannot do that with any one version of any Samsung. Plus, the resale value will be higher with the iPhone. Mobile phone tech changes quickly and at some point soon you will want something newer. All this coming from a hard-core Android enthusiast. By making the Galaxy S series more like the iPhone - by stripping away features that made it more desirable than any iPhone and also raising prices - the iPhone starts looking like something to consider. Gulp.
  • They haven't said what bands their S6 models have yet, it could have as many as the Nexus 6 or iPhone 6.
  • No way the retail price needs to be $700. The industry ain't changing fast enough.
  • Damn.. If the Edge is going to start at $799 for a 32gb model I'll have to pass.. I was about to switch from buying the Nexus 6 to the Galaxy S6 Edge... But at $800 might be too much. I'll wait for the deals when none of the sheep buy the Edge at $100 premium. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Realy wanted this phone , but it was the storage issue that killed it for me . Micro SD is a must for me . I refuse to pay insane prices for the bump of storage . M9 for me . Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yup I'm with you. While I love the design and I'll praise them for the look and materials, the lack of SD (which drives up price for the higher storage models), and removable battery, both staples for the Galaxy series, makes it a non starter for me. The battery being built in doesn't bother me but the size does. And I do use SD cards, so while I get he pros to flash storage, I got a lot of media on my card. Both HTC and LG still offer SD expansion, and while the M9 has a built in battery, at least it's big enough to get good life out of it daily. Then there's the price. If rumors are to be believed, the S6 and edge are going to be insane price wise. I don't want to hear the "if you want 2015 specs you have to pay 2015 prices". That's garbage. The M9 is way less, and if history is any indication, the G4 will undercut the Galaxy big time. I refuse to pay for a name, and that's what this is.
  • That's hella high. I'm gonna wait for Christmas and black Friday promotions before even considering purchasing the S6 Posted on my OnePlus One
  • Yes thanks G-luv, you too! Oh and I found the name...It's called "goStrap". I use it on both my e-reader and my phone. It definitely has stopped the dropping problem but probably just as importantly, it has given me back the use of my hand!!! They have a website but you can also get them at The Container Store. Hope this helps and best of luck!
  • And I'm out. A MicroSD card would be a good consolation but they're obviously doing the money grab.
  • Samsung's stock holders didn't like their numbers last year and guess who's paying for it this year to make up the difference? At least they hope enough people buy it to make up the difference.
  • Gotta agree with Turbowned, can't believe people are lining up to defend the potentially eye-gouging pricing on these. I could understand why the Note series costs a lot, the the S6 doesn't look like that much of a leap. For those pointing out the "SSD" storage, have you seen how much 256GB SSDs go for now? not very much! you could get two of them for the difference between 32GB & 128GB!
  • Just because Apple does something doesn't mean Samsung should also when it comes to pricing, design or de-contenting.
    Sad to see it happening.
  • $699 will convert to at least £599 in the UK, even though in reality it's more like ~£450 Posted via the Android Central App
  • Ugh, the Edge is going to be expensive. Posted via Samsung Galaxy Alpha
  • If this phone seems overpriced, don't buy it... The next one will be cheaper... Guaranteed Posted via the Android Central App
  • Who's even considering this when the LG G4 is going to be announced in a few months.. It'll destroy this in every way like it always does Posted via Android Central App on my Verizon HTC One M8 on T-Mobile.
  • This clearly is the best looking device of the year. Posted via the Android Central App Via My Nexus5 or Nexus4 and Nexus7 tablet
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  • and i just got my kickass moto e lte for $158 shipped. suck on that sammy.
  • Now phones are coming out without expandable storage, non removable batteries and more expensives than iphones but nobody complains about it
  • $699 is nowhere near a justified price. LG and other manufacturers with comparable devices usually undercut Samsung(minus Sony they are drunk too) with pricing. Samsung is getting to be more and more like Apple with every release, hell at least Samsung hasn't released a $10,000 smartwatch.....yet anyway.