The full retail on it is the same as on the Thunderbolt, and for whatever reason, Verizon isn't subsidizing it as much. If you're going non-contract, the price is the same. If you're going to go 2 year contract, the TBolt is $50 cheaper. I don't see an overwhelming difference to justify paying more.
Overall seems to be a solid little phone.
Touchwiz is still a horrible UI for Android though.
The charge is lighter with a better screen than the t-bolt, but doesn't feel as solid nor has a kickstand. I've not had a chance to use one and run it through its paces yet, but none of the ones i've sold have come back with any major issues and calling back my customers hasn't...
But those of you who have been reading me over the years know that I don't trust most of the Internet rumors about iPhones. Apple does a good job of keeping things quiet until about a week before anything hits a store. So for all we know, three iPhones are launching next month, or the iPhone 4S (likely the model to come out before "5," it seems) could be in January of next year.
Personally, I'm on the T'Bolt and love it. I had the Incredible before it. Personally, I may never buy a Samsung Android phone based solely on how long it takes Samsung to p...
Waiting for one specific brand of phone to come to ludicrous. Go where the phone is, or get something else. Simple.