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T-Mobile's Galaxy S 4G pricing, coming Feb. 23

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.

Jerry Hildenbrand
Jerry Hildenbrand

Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.

  • Samsung can go to hell...
  • Lol, you guys act like they started the holocaust.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Good luck getting Gingerbread....
  • i will get it the same way i got froyo.
  • lol at the screen shot Searching... for 4G... nope, none here.
  • imma pass on this...and patiently wait for GSII =)
  • 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.
  • Agreed, why buy now with SGS2 comming out close behind? This seems like a waste of a launch...