If you missed the one-day only special deal from T-Mobile for the Samsung Vibrant, fear not! Amazon have released a better deal directly through their website. When you get a new service plan with T-Mobile you can pick the Samsung Vibrant up for a cool $0.01 penny. You will even receive free two-day shipping as well. So whats the catch?
You have to be a new customer, and the offer is not available in all zip codes. This is most interesting because in the UK almost all high-end devices like the Samsung Vibrant are free on £35/month contracts for 24 months. This is the case if you are an existing customer or [...]
T-Mobile USA is offering its Samsung Galaxy S phone, the Samsung Vibrant, for $99 with a qualifying service agreement. This special rate is for today only, so get this awesome Android phone for a song while you still can.
Two of the latest Android smartphones, the Samsung Vibrant and the HTC Desire, have been launched in Canada. Mobile users can pick up the Samsung Vibrant, a Galaxy S phone, on Bell for $79 with a three-service agreement or the Desire, which is available from Telus for $79.99 with a three-year service agreement. Those that want to buy the Android smartphones outright can plunk down $450 for the Desire and $499 for the Vibrant without a contract.
Amazon Wireless is now offering Samsung’s latest Galaxy S variant, the Vibrant for T-Mobile USA, and it is at the lowest price we have seen – $100. The price comes with a two-year service agreement and its seems the online shopping giant is even waiving activation fees.
The Samsung Vibrant Galaxy S smartphone is available now on T-Mobile USA for $199 with a two-year service contract. The device can be purchased both online or in retail stores. The Vibrant is powered by a 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor and runs the Android 2.1 OS. The gorgeous smartphone sports a large 4-inch Super AMOLED display, a 5-megapixel camera/camcorder, and comes feature packed with a full length version of Avatar the movie and a special edition of The Sims3 game.
Yesterday I shot two videos of the new Samsung Galaxy S based Vibrant for T-Mobile USA. I had just picked it up the night before at a T-Mobile event in NYC, and spent some time going through some of this impressive phone’s many features. Part one is below, part two is available after the jump.
Through a tweet on its Twitter account, T-Mobile USA confirmed July 15 as the official availability date of its Samsung Galaxy S variant, the Vibrant. In response to a question from on of its followers, T-Mobile responded with:
@turbosix The Samsung Vibrant will be available beginning in July 15. :) ^JH.
Head on over to Radio Shack to pre-order T-Mobile’s latest Android 2.1 smartphone, the Samsung Vibrant. Pre-orders taken before July 18 will receive a $50 Radio Shack gift card as well. The Vibrant is priced at $199.99 with a two-year service agreement and $30/mo minimum data plan. For those looking to buy the handset outright, $499.99 is the going rate. Pre-orders will ship on July 21.
If you want to check out the latest Samsung Galaxy S based Android 2.1 smartphones, there’s no better way than via video. In the player below you will find videos on the 4 new U.S. market devices (AT&T’s Captivate, Sprint’s Epic 4G, T-Mobile’s Vibrant, and Verizon’s Fascinate). They are all similar, but have different software tweaks, and the Epic 4G, of course, also has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and WiMAX support.
Use the tabs on the left and right edge of the player to switch from video to video.
It seems as though the spot-light is firmly on Samsung for the time being and their Galaxy S variants. This time it is the Samsung Vibrant and T-Mobile that can expect some attention. Basically, the Samsung Galaxy S in Europe has undergone a minor face lift. The bottom row of three buttons found on the original Galaxy S has been replaced by 4 touch-sensitive ones on the Vibrant. In other departments, the Vibrant is just the same as the original device. Although it might “benefits from enhanced speeds with T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network,” it is “not an HSPA+ device.”
It will land with T-Mobile sometime soon [...]