Boost and Virgin cellular Mobile last night declared six new New samsung cellular phones at a meeting in New York city. Boost Mobile will be getting the popular New samsung Galaxy S II 4G, along with the New Samsung Galaxy Rush and the Samsung Array. Virgin cellular, meanwhile, will be getting the Samsung Galaxy Reverb, along with the formerly declared New samsung Entro and New samsung Montage.
|Samsung Galaxy Reverb (Virgin Mobile)|
|Sansung Array (Boost Mobile)|
Samsung Montage (Virgin Mobile)
The Samsung Montage is a $49.99 slider with a full QWERTY keyboard.
Virgin Mobile was also on hand to present the $249.99 Samsung Galaxy Reverb. With a unique chin area shape similar to the Samsung Droid Charge, the Reverb is managing Android os 4.0 on a 1.4-GHz single-core brand. It has a nice, 4-inch WVGA show, along with a 5-megapixel photographic camera. But that price places it terrible close to the HTC EVO V 4G, which gets you a more highly effective dual-core brand, a bigger, glasses-free 3D show, and assistance for Virgin's 4G WiMAX system.
Samsung Entro (Virgin Mobile)
The Samsung Entro is a simple $14.99 flip phone.
Virgin also revealed the New samsung Entro, a simple $14.99 turn cellphone, along with the Samsung Montage, a $49.99 slider with a complete QWERTY key pad. Virgin cellular endless programs begin at $35 monthly for Android os cellular phones, while the Entro and Montage will be available on programs that cost as little as $20 monthly.
|Samsung Galaxy Rush (Boost Mobile)|
This news comes hot on the pumps of reports from MetroPCS, another contract-free service provider, which revealed off its future samsung Galaxy S III on Thursday.