T-Mobile has a spanking new smartphone for you to consider if you are on the lookout for one – and their latest effort would be the Samsung Exhibit II 4G. This could very well be considered as one of the more affordable 4G smartphones out there, which comes in good time too, cosnidering the kind of economic situation the world is in at the moment. The Samsung Exhibit II 4G will feature rich entertainment features, and even better is the fact that you can pick it up without having to sign up for any annual contract, or if you so desire, there is also a two-year contract option – and you can choose either.
Another interesting fact is this – the Samsung Exhibit II 4G is also the first no annual contract 4G smartphone that will be sold at most Walmart stores. For the rest of the country who want one on either a 2-year contract or without, they will have to wait until November 2nd.
Just what kind of hardware specifications does the Samsung Exhibit II 4G carry? For starters, it comes with a 3.7″ WVGA TFT touchscreen display and will be powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor which should be beefy enough to deliver all your entertainment needs without missing a beat, not to mention letting you browse through the Internet in a jiffy. Not only that, since you are on T-Mobile, you can gain access to thousands of popular TV shows and movies via T-Mobile TV in mobile HD and Samsung Media Hub.
It will run on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system right out of the box so that you need not worry about waiting for a software update, and not only that, since this is an Android-powered smartphone, it will open up access to a bunch of Googleâ€™s most popular applications and services such as Google Maps and Gmail, in addition to thousands of others over at the Android Market.
Coming in a stylish marine blue color, the Samsung Exhibit II 4G will also sport a 3-megapixel rear-facing camera with flash, where it can also record video. Want to make video calls? Not a problem, there is a front-facing camera that does that.
If you decide to opt for a 2-year contract, then it will cost you a mere $29.99 – isn’t that cheap enough? That is, it comes
after a $50 mail-in-rebate card.