AT&T to Sell Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini On March 20
AT&T today said customers can scoop up the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini beginning March 20. The phone costs $429 at full retail, but is available for $14.30, $17.88, or $21.48 per month via AT&T's Next 24, Next 18, or Next 12 plans, respectively.
Samsung has a slew of new phones coming to the US in its more-affordable A-series, including one launching tomorrow for $110, and a 5G model launching this summer for $500. Galaxy A01 : One of Samsung's most affordable phones at $110.
Mar 18, 2020
When Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 Lite at the start of the year, there were no indications it would come to the US. But the FCC has just approved a variant of the S10 Lite that appears to be designed specifically for the US market.
Feb 26, 2020
LG today announced the V60 ThinQ 5G with LG Dual Screen. Its specs are flagship-level, but not quite as top-end as past V-series phones.
Feb 11, 2020
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Z Flip, its newest foldable phone. The phone forms a tall slab of a smartphone when open, but closes to a small square with a small outer touch-screen.
Nov 22, 2019
AT&T is launching 5G for consumers in the coming weeks, and has detailed its launch plans for both sub-6 GHz (low-band) and mmWave launches in the coming year. The company promises "nationwide" 5G in the first half of 2020.
4.5" display 720 x 1280 pixels
Snapdragon processor 1.5 GB RAM
2,100 mAh battery
Memory Card Slot, Headphone Jack (3.5mm), NFC, Fingerprint Reader, Water-Resistant
Did Samsung NOT say they were going to stop doing this?
I was under the belief that Samsung acknowledged their mistake of pumping out low/mid ranged junk that NO ONE wanted - and they were instead going to focus on the flagship models, and perhaps a lower end one that was more affordable. Everything else in the middle though is not only junk, but a waste of time and money.
I can promise Samsung that this will be a waste of their time on every level - because at the end of the day, It's the same 5 or so phones that sell, and the rest collect dust.
Oh, and the G3 sells for around the same price, and puts this phone to shame. So again - Samsung, what is the point? Apparently you didn't learn your lesson from the disappointing last qu...