Samsung Instinct s30 Will Sell for Much Less than Previously Thought

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The Samsung Instinct s30 is apparently going to be available at a much lower price than had been expected, as Best Buy is going to offer it for less than half the standard price.

Samsung Instinct s30 at Best BuyThis upcoming smartphone will be released this week by Sprint, who intends to charge $130 for it with a two-year agreement and mail-in rebate.

Customers will also have the option of getting it Best Buy where, according to a sales flier, it will cost just $50 with a two-year contract. This price will only be available to those who are either new Sprint customers or those who renew a $100 per month Everything Plan.

An Overview of the Samsung Instinct s30
This model will be almost the same size as its predecessor, the original Samsung Instinct, but slimmer. It will also have many of the same features, including a touchscreen, GPS,and wireless broadband (EV-DO Rev. A).

The s30 will offer an improved web-browsing experience thanks to Opera Mini 4.2.

Sprint has tried to strike a balance between consumer and business functions. This model will be able to synchronize with a Microsoft Exchange server for email and calendar data, but will also include the popular games “Guitar Hero – World Tour” and “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader”, as well as Sprint TV and Sprint Music.

Read a Samsung s30 PreviewThe Instinct s30 will run a proprietary operating system and support third-party Java applications. It will be more open than its predecessor, giving developers access to core Java APIs (application programming interface), including messaging, multimedia and Bluetooth, which allow developers to take advantage of the phones features.

Sprint will begin selling this model on April 19 through its retail stores, and

Via Engadget



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