Walmart Offering Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch for Only $100

Was that $150 pre-order from Wirefly for Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch too expensive for your tastes? Well, then you’ll be happy to know that Walmart has completely undercut them and Sprint and is currently offering up the Epic 4G Touch for a mere $100 on a new two year contract. Easily the best price that you can find out there for Sprint’s latest and greatest Android phone.

This is an extremely tempting offer to be sure, but I recommend waiting beyond the Epic 4G Touch’s September 16th release date to see what Sprint has in store for October.

Epic 4G Touch

Rumor has it that the iPhone 5 will be arriving by October 15th and it will likely be available on unlimited data plans.

If you can’t wait until October, and need this phone pronto, then you can head right here to Walmart’s website and throw down your $100 for your pre-order.

  

Comments

  1. BrianB13 says

    I agree with you Adam, I am waiting to see what else comes out.  It is a little ironic in that people have been waiting for months for the Bionic and the SGSII variants to come out and now here they come but it seems too late as we are about to witness the next generation of smart phones about to come out.   

  2. Brandon Hampton says

    I waited for the Bionic to come out and when I finally got it in my hands I wasn’t really sure that I wanted it. If the Bionic used the same screens that the Samsungs use then it would have been great (granted that it didn’t kill the already bad battery life). I wish that a phone like this would be released on Verizon soon. I know that there are some rumored ones coming up, but that all they are, rumors. I want this phone!!

  3. Sean says

    Great stuff! I am with Adam.Nvidia’s quad core mobile chips make almost all of these current devices obsolete before they hit the shelves.
     the 4 way trainwreck that is now android OS will have to coelesce into just one or two OS’ that can run all android apps as consumers are begining to tire of downloading apps whose hybrid variants sometimes make them incompatable with certain droid OS. And on tablets, I anticipate seeing both Windows 8 and android OS running side by side finally allowing a full and robust pc experience for tablet users by next spring.

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