Walmart is currently selling a nicely discounted Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 tablet. The discounted price is available for a limited time, on a refurbished unit and dependent on the inventory. That aside though, it does mean a savings of $80.
Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus might have been overshadowed by the snappier Galaxy S3 or HTC One X in the past few months, but it’s still a darn solid phone that won’t let you down. And now might be the best time to get it, as Walmart is basically giving it away with any Verizon contract.
TmoNews reports that Walmart offers the 16GB Galaxy S3 for $148, while Target’s offer is slightly more expensive at $169.99. Both special offers are available to both new customers but also existing T-Mobile subscribers that are planning an upgrade. Target’s promotion runs through September 22, while Walmart isn’t revealing how long customers will be able to take advantage of it.
The nation’s fourth largest wireless carrier and the multinational retailer are selling the GS2 for $299, which might still seem like a rather steep price, except that it’s for the pre-paid version of the phone. But is this already a good deal?
According to The Business Insider, Walmart will not stock Google’s Nexus One, despite the recent news spree that it will. Plenty of news websites had spotted the Nexus One available on the Walmart’s wireless site, but according to Walmart, this was a mistake. Here is what Walmart spokesman Ravi Jariwala had to say on the matter. “Due to a technical error, this item erroneously was displayed on our site. We’re working with our partner Let’s Talk to have it removed as quickly as possible. We have no plans to carry Nexus One in Walmart stores or online at Walmart.com at…
After a less than stellar start, Google may be expanding its retail options beyond its own online store and harnessing the retail power of Walmart to peddle its latest Android offering. An eagle eye reader over at Android Community noticed a rather detailed placeholder page for the Google Nexus One on Walmart’s wireless website. Though no pricing or availability is listed, interested parties can supposedly sign up to be alerted via email when the Nexus One becomes available. [via Walmart and Android Community]
Those looking to score the latest and greatest Android handsets that Verizon Wireless has to offer are in for a pre-Black Friday treat. Thanks to some competitive pricing by Walmart and Dell, both the Motorola DROID and the HTC DROID Eris can be had for a song and a dance. The DROID Eris has seen the largest cut, falling to a mere $30 at Walmart. If you find the boxy design and QWERTY keyboard of the DROID irresistible, then head on over to the new Dell Mobility store where the DROID is available for a lowly $119.99. As always, both…
Not much information here, but the Boy Genius Report has what it claims to be a rendered image of the upcoming T-Mobile G1 v2 that we we first caught wind of earlier this week. Not much to talk about here, except that BGR is claiming that Walmart will sell the device in October for $148, which suggest a $149.99 price from T-Mobile direct – if it all turns out to be true. Larger image after the jump:
Looks like the rumors were true. AndroidCommunity.com has a few photos of the T-Mobile G1 on display at a Walmart store. There is no pricing information on the display (it’s a “coming soon” type deal), but it certainly looks official enough.
EngadgetMobile is reporting that it has been tipped off by an anonymous source that mega-retailer Walmart will start offering the T-Mobile G1 as of November 24th. EngadgetMobile is also saying that Walmart will offer the G1 at a discounted price of US$148.88. That’s $31 in savings. This is all pure rumor and speculation at this point, of course, as nothing has been officially announced, but it is not the first time we’ve gotten reports of plans for the G1 to be sold at discount prices.