Samsung Galaxy Prevail makes an early arrival on Boost Mobile's site

Samsung Galaxy Prevail makes an early arrival on Boost Mobile's site
Previously, we reported a few days ago that Boost Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Prevail just might make an appearance at an event being held in New York City tonight. Although information regarding the handset has been slim thus far, its unexpected early arrival on Boost Mobile’s web site is surprising indeed.

At this point, it’s more than likely the Samsung Galaxy Prevail will be getting its red carpet treatment tonight in New York City, but if you want to catch a sneak peek of this device right now, you only need to point your web browser to Boost Mobile’s web site. From the looks of it, the handset will be sporting an intriguing no-contract price of $179 – which is pretty great considering there is no contracts required with it.

Furthermore, we’re greeted with specs like a 3.2” touchscreen, 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, GPS, and will be powered by Android 2.2 Froyo.  Sure, it’s not the most demanding Android handset out there, but it’s nice to know that Boost is supplementing their Android lineup with this affordable one.

source: Boost Mobile via Android Central

UPDATED: It has been confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Prevail will become available for purchase later this month at Boost Mobile's exclusive retail stores, the carrier's official web store, and through some independent wireless dealers across the country. By the middle of May, the Galaxy Prevail will also be available at selected retail outlets nationwide.

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Galaxy Prevail
  • Display 3.2 inches
  • Camera 2 MP (Single camera) front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 1GB RAM
  • Storage , microSDHC
  • OS Android 2.2


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