The clock is ticking and Samsung is getting closer to releasing its latest flagship the Samsung Galaxy S5 to the masses on April 11th. The company today announced that, starting March 24th, T-Mobile will be the only place to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S® 5 online and in-store for zero down (and 24 monthly payments) and with zero annual service contract, zero overages, zero hidden device costs, zero upgrade wait – and with the world as your network at zero extra cost. Also, because owners of Samsung Galaxy devices are among T-Mobile’s heaviest wireless data users, the longer term savings with T-Mobile can be huge.
The company today also announced that customers who pre-order by March 31st can receive a special, introductory price and be among the first to get the Galaxy S 5 without waiting in line when the device launches in T-Mobile stores on April 11th – guaranteed. One of the most anticipated devices of the year, the Samsung Galaxy S5, goes on sale across carriers and retailers today. Guiding you through that jungle of prices and devices across carriers, we've summed the offers from major retailers up in the slideshow below. Verizon Wireless starts selling the Galaxy S5 today for $249.99 with a 2-year contract (after $50 mail-in rebate), but it also runs a Buy 1, Get 1 Free deal. T-Mobile offers the Galaxy S5 for $0 up front, plus $27.5 per month for 24 months, which works out to $660.
By the way, Costco is selling the Verizon version for $99.99 WITHOUT the rebate this weekend, but the supply is very scarce. The mobile phone will arrive on shelves on April 11, but wireless carriers and retailers around the world are already taking pre-orders for it, and some claim great interest in the phone.
One of them would be T-Mobile USA, which has received over 300,000 pre-registrations for the smartphone in about 10 days, as a recent tweet from Des Smith reads. Last week, the company announced that it had received over 100,000 pre-registrations for the handset in the first two days after kicking them off, and it seems that even more users are interested in the phone. Of course, as TalkAndroid notes, this does not mean that all these users will actually purchase the phone, as pre-registrations are not pre-orders, but there is a chance than many of them will actually grab the phone once it becomes available. One thing that is certain, however, is the fact that it does not come too much as a surprise that Galaxy S5 is capable of appealing to users. After all, the phone was announced with a great deal of enhancements over last year’s Samsung Galaxy S4 flagship device, as well as with design changes and increased performance capabilities. On the back, it features a 16-megapixel camera with LED flash, capable of recording videos in 4K resolution, complemented by a 2 MP front camera for making video calls while on the go.
A built-in GPS receiver was also included in the package, along with the usual set of sensors. Starting today, T-Mobile customers in the United States can pre-order the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone on the network of their carrier, while looking to receive it starting with April 11, when the phone will officially become available for purchase.
Users interested in reserving the handset through this operator should head over to its official website for that, where the Galaxy S5 is listed with a price tag of $660 (€479) attached to it, if purchased contract-free. Galaxy S5 was made official last month during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, when Samsung unveiled plans to bring it to 150 countries worldwide on April 11. The phone comes with various hardware enhancements when compared to last year’s flagship smartphone, as well as with a great deal of software innovations. On the back, it sports a 16-megapixel camera capable of recording videos in 4K resolution, paired with a 2MP front camera for making video calls while on the go. Samsung also unveiled it with the entire range of usual connectivity capabilities packed inside, such as 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and built-in GPS receiver, as well as with the whole set of sensors, including a heart-rate monitor on the back and a fingerprint scanner in the home button. T-Mobile announced this morning that they have added the gold version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 to their line-up of phones, along with the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) tablet. As for the gold Galaxy S5, well, it’s the same Galaxy S5 we reviewed last month, only now it comes in gold. About Droid LifeWe consider ourselves to have the greatest Android community in the world, here at Droid Life.
Today's the day T-Mobile makes the Galaxy S5 available for pre-order, following closely behind AT&T and US Cellular.
T-Mobile's prices closely match those of AT&T, though its full retail price is $10 pricier than the latter. The point I made (will spell it out for you) was the two most expensive parts of a phone, the memory (2x more) and display (bigger) are on the Samsung yet the price is about the same as the iPhone. I did a quick Google search and the Samsung's S4 cost of materials per phone is about $235ish and Apple's 5s is little over $200. I repeat, developing touchwiz and customs apps is not as difficult and expensive as developing a complete so. T-Mobile doesn't do a different price for paying outright, it's literally the price in 24 payments. Maybe I am spoiled with my Nexus 5 (not the best phone but still the best value) on a $30 T-Mobile pre-paid plan.
RKSoni, Add $500 to that and you have the real price without the plan and buying it out right. When you get your new phone in the mail, you send the old one back with the included pre-paid label. I will probably buy myself new phone this year, though I may also end up waiting until 2017 (or longer).
I already bought myself a new phone this year, and don't plan on upgrading again this year.

I already bought myself a new phone this year, but I may end buying another before the year ends.
As Samsung continues to refine its flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S5 is better than ever. But that's the thing—the Galaxy S5 doesn't stand alone, and why it doesn't stand alone is telling. Physical FeaturesThe Galaxy S5 still has an uncomfortable relationship with its own materials. The S5 is water-resistant and just a bit rugged; it's about as tough as last year's Galaxy S4 Active.
The screen has a few other neat tricks, too: It works pretty well with styli, including using the tip of a graphite pencil on the screen as a stylus. Call Quality and BatteryThe Galaxy S series have always been excellent voice phones and this model is no exception.
If you are interested in preordering you can set that up either online or in-store on March 24th. Check below on the full details of T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S5 as well as getting $120 off a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. And, of course, only T-Mobile customers can experience the blazing-fast Galaxy S 5 on America’s fastest nationwide 4G LTE network. Families with four lines could see an average of over $1,200 in savings over a two-year period compared to families with AT&T and Verizon on a two year contract. Also available until March 31st and in celebration of the launch, T-Mobile is offering $120 off Samsung’s Galaxy Tab® 3 with a Mobile Internet plan and 200MB free data for the life of the tablet. Along with it come fancy new wearables - Samsunga€™s Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches, as well as the Gear Fit, a futuristic crossover between a fitness tracker and a smartwatch.
Take a look, and don't hesitate to share your thoughts on these new gadgets. Are you planning on buying the brand new Galaxy S5 or the T-Mobile HTC One M8?
The phone is powered by a 2800mAh battery that can deliver up to 21 hours of talk time, or up to 390 hours of standby time. This means that they will need to pay the remaining balance in the event that they cancel their wireless service. The Note 10.1 (2014) is up for pre-order starting today for $99 down, with in-store availability beginning June 4. Eager customers are now welcome over at the carrier's website, where they can call dibs on a Galaxy S5.
Both are delivering the device on its April 11th launch date, so anyone who pre-orders now will have nearly three weeks to wait. I am not a fan of the Samsung S5 but it has a bigger display (and HD), twice the memory, and a better camera (higher MP and 4k recording) then the iPhone 5S but still the same price??? Once again, iPhones have the highest margins so you are basically paying the difference for the Apple logo.
You should have read my comments below where mention I own a Nexus 5 and think it is the best value for a phone out there still which has nothing to do with it's specs. Because android is developed by google, and developing touchwiz is not as difficult as developing a complete so. Granted the iPhone's body is nice but I am going to guess the cost difference is like $5 tops. You really think T-Mobile or anyone doing payment plans will be offering the best price on the phone?
Sorry, anyone who buys any phone (pre-order or on the release date), on a contract, not on a prepaid plan is paying to much. The hardware feels better, the health apps are actually going to appeal to much of the general public, and the skin is significantly lighter (granted it's still no Nexus 5 in that department). The associate told me 30 days, but I've always known it to be 14 (unless it's the state I live in now or something) but hopefully you got yourself squared away by now! It's the most powerful phone you can buy, and is a lock for our Editors' Choice on T-Mobile. That means it's sealed against liquids and made from flexible materials, so you don't have to worry about getting it wet or dropping it on its edge.
While there was still a tiny bit of lag, the GS5 showed much better precision when tapping with a small stylus than other Android phones I've tried, except for the Galaxy Note line.
And, as always, T-Mobile will pay the early termination fees for that entire family when they trade-in their devices to make the Simple Choice and come over to a better wireless experience.
Not just that, the T-Mobile-version of the HTC One M8 is also hitting shelves today.Naturally, prices for all these new gadgets differ across carriers and retailers, and there are plenty of great deals from the start. There is no excuse for people to not color calibrate their monitors these days, lot of free tools available. No one will be charged until the devices are actually shipped, but the handset will go for $660 upfront or $27.50 a month for twenty-four months. The anxiety can be rough, but at least there will be one unit lying around with your name on it. Do a little reaseach of the price differences between different screen sizes and memory modules.

Apple's ecosystem is no more than a way to lock users into their products with their cloud. What new technology is in a S5 (that is not fluff) that is not already available in any other current phone out?
With T-mobile there is no plan as you are paying full price on the phone divided by 24 months with no contract. This is all about newest tech and how can everything be so easier, I'll buy it cause I see a lot of things that other phones doesn't have. It's better than last year's Galaxy S4 in a bunch of ways, most notably in actually exercising restraint for the first time in a while. I spoke to the designers behind the S5, and they declared its plastic form to be "modern glam" with a "warmth and softness" (as well as a removable battery) that isn't available on glass-and-metal phones. It's brilliant, vibrant, and highly customizable, appearing brighter and punchier than competing displays in almost every circumstance. Qualifying service & device purchase with port-in on up to 5 lines required for ETF payment. Everyone knows Apple has a higher markup then any other phone manufacturer and people are just paying for the brand. And finally, iPhone is a part of the apple ecosystem, which in today's days is the best ecosystem. Fact is, since Jobs died, Apple is now the follower and not the followee (see phablet category).
Hell, I could make the argument it's only the third best phone being release right now (after Sony's and HTC's offering).
If you want to leave T-Mobile and you still have payments left then you will have to pay the remainder off. The associate will look over your current phone, quote you for it and then get your credit card info. Smart people thinks what they buy first and not because of their pride and hatred to their competition. Mainstream smartphone fans, people who like to surf the Web, and shutterbugs will thrill to this model, making it one of our two Editors' Choices for T-Mobile smartphones. But hold the S5 next to our other Editors' Choice on T-Mobile, the HTC One (M8), and the S5 doesn't feel like the expensive one. The back is a stippled, textured faux-leather, borrowed from the Galaxy Note series, which is a major step up from the slick, fingerprint-collecting casing on the Galaxy S4. The earpiece tone can also be tuned to your specific hearing profile, just like on the Galaxy S4.
If you're looking for the best deal on those, you'd best purchase in a bundle with a Galaxy S5, a move that would save you quite a few bucks. The iPhone should be smoother then the typical Android hero phone since pushing a smaller display at a lower resolution. When was the last time Apple released any product that made you say "wow" like the iPad or original iPhone?
This is the part where the associate seemed lost (I think because he was a newer employee) When the order is processed, you'll receive an email to electronically sign your EIP agreement as opposed to the paper you sign when you JUMP!
The slight preference gain for a smaller screen is not a trade off really interested in personally myself. Nobody in their right mind who has actually researched and used a Note 3 would try to compare an iPhone to it as far as functionality.
Samsung's Professional Photo and Cinema Modes give picky viewers true whites, while Adapt Mode constantly alters the display color for maximum readability, and Super Dimming Mode makes the phone viewable in the dark without blowing out your eyes. He was on the phone with customer care for like 20 minutes when I could've been well on my way. Adapt Mode also deals very well with outdoor viewing conditions; I had no problem reading anything on my S5's screen through a week outside in Seoul. The phone cancelled street and car noise very well, although some background chatter from a Starbucks came through under my voice. Sorry, Apple could drop the price of the iPhone like $100 and still make more money then Samsung. On the bottom, a large micro USB 3.0 port promises fast charging and fast data transfer in exchange for needing to be covered by a silver plastic door. A physical Home button with dedicated, light-up back and multitasking buttons are a little more convenient than the purely virtual buttons on the HTC One. WiFiJust reading your nicknames for Samsung shows that you are speaking out of your homerness for Apple.

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