Samsung Galaxy S 4G Price Revealed, it would cost $199 with a 2 year contract.

If you’re waiting to grab the 4G variant of the Samsung Vibrant at T-Mobile — the Samsung Galaxy S 4G — know that you won’t get it at just $150, as the earlier rumors suggested. In fact, this upcoming 4G android phone at T-Mobile, will cost you $200 after $50 in Mail-In-Rebate.

T-Mobile guys just updated their twitter account to settle the confusion over the pricing of the Galaxy S 4G. You can read aloud the tweet yourself over here.

Although you may be a bit disappointed with the pricing — since it’s not what we hoped for: $150 — you still have a better deal than what Verizon Wireless is offering for the $299 costing HTC Thunderbolt 4G, which surely isn’t any better than the Galaxy S 4G.

That said, if you’re really looking to purchase a phone now, we would suggest you to wait-and-watch until both Samsung Galaxy S 4G (the best Android phone Specs-wise) and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc (the best Android phone looks-wise) are actually launched. It means you may have to wait for over 2-3 months, but it’s fully worth, and a more astute thinking than cursing yourself for the remaining period of your 2 year contract, after just 2-3 months of getting one. Right?

Via Engadget

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