Samsung Galaxy Metrix 4G now available from U.S. Cellular as an entry-level LTE enabled model
$100 of that comes back to you in the form of a rebate. Take note that if you are a new U.S. Cellular customer, you are tying yourself up with a 2-year contract at that price. Current U.S. Cellular customers do not have to sign an additional contract after the first 2-year pact expires. And if you desire the white version of the phone, your after rebate cost is $179.
For current U.S. Cellular customers with a student heading back to school, or for the first time smartphone buyer, this would be a great deal, especially with the lack of handcuffs. For new customers, asking you to be tied up for 2 years with this device might be too much to ask for.
If the Samsung Galaxy Metrix 4G grabs your attention, you can get more information by clicking on the sourcelink.
source: U.S.Cellular via SlashGear
1. CivicSi89 (Posts: 348; Member since: 23 Jul 2011)
So. The Sprint Epic 4G. Which became the Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy S Stratosphere 4G. Which Became this. How many times is this phone gonna launch?!? lol
2. downphoenix (Posts: 2553; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
My thoughts exactly, I was thinking it looked a LOT like the Epic, except without sprint on it. The only difference from the specs is LTE and it has a 1.3 MP Front instead of VGA front, everything else is down to the T.