T-Mobile & Samsung Announce The Exhibit II 4G

T-Mobile and Samsung have announced the follow up to their successful mid-range Android phone the Samsung Exhibit 4G. This time around though there is a great new twist.

The Samsung Exhibit II 4G will be the first no-contract Android phone on America’s largest 4G network.  The Exhibit II 4G will be available at WalMart stores for $199 on a no contract plan. It will be available on November 2 at T-Mobile stores for the same $199 on a no contract plan or for $29.99 after a $50 mail in rebate card on a new 2 year agreement.

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“T-Mobile offers a variety of low-cost service plans that, paired with America’s largest 4G network, provide a compelling reason for consumers to step up to the benefits of 4G smartphones,” said Andrew Morrison, vice president, product management, T-Mobile USA. “The Samsung Exhibit II 4G is the perfect device for consumers desiring a smartphone with  robust 4G entertainment and Web browsing experiences – at a price they can afford.”

The Exhibit II 4G features a 3.7″ WVGA TFT Touchscreen powered by a 1ghz Qualcomm SnapDragon processor. It’s running Android 2.3 Gingerbread.  Giving this “prepaid” device the horse power you’d expect from a postpaid phone with reasonable specs.

In addition to the normal benefits of Android, users will find T-Mobile TV and the Samsung Hub for premium digital content. For the small business user it also syncs with Microsoft Exchange and of course the complete Google Apps mobile Android suite.


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