Samsung Galaxy Precedent: Off-Contract Alternative for $150

Recently revealed by Samsung, the Galaxy Precedent places as an intermediate mid-range device. But here's the kicker, it has an off-contract price we haven't really seen in a smartphone of this caliber - ever. For $150, the buyer faces no contract, no hidden fees, and can pay for a monthly Straight Talk plan. For the $45 (30-day) Straight Talk Unlimited plan, subscribers will be confined to limitations from Straight Talk's Terms and Conditions:
The Straight Talk Unlimited Plans MAY NOT be used for any other purpose.  Examples of prohibited uses include, without limitation, the following: (i) continuous mobile to mobile or mobile to landline voice calls; (ii) automated text or picture messaging to another mobile device or e-mail address; (iii) uploading, downloading or streaming of audio or video programming or games; (iv) server devices or host computer applications, including, but not limited to, Web camera posts or broadcasts, automatic data feeds, automated machine-to-machine connections or peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing; or (v) as a substitute or backup for private lines or dedicated data connections.  This means, by way of example only, that checking email, surfing the Internet, downloading legally acquired songs, and/or visiting corporate intranets is permitted, but downloading movies using P2P file sharing services and/or redirecting television signals for viewing on laptops is prohibited. A person engaged in prohibited uses may have his/her service terminated without notice or a refund.
As you can see, don't expect to use your "unlimited" web browsing experience on Pandora or you may get caught by big brother; yet illegal tethering of your device on the Straight Talk network has been left out of the Terms and Conditions… who would have thought? Hardware specs of the Samsung Galaxy Precedent include an 800Mhz processor, 384MB of RAM, and a 2MP rear facing camera. Its 3.2" display is quite small, but from the video demonstration the 320x480 resolution seems to suffice, especially for the $150 price tag. The Galaxy Precedent is not yet available, but expect to see it over at Walmart in due time. [youtube]![/youtube] [via SlashGear]

Vizio tablet ship date tipped by Walmart leak

Vizio managed to take the HDTV market by storm and quickly moved to become the top brand of HDTV sold in the US beating out much more established rivals. Vizio is now set to try to do something similar with the tablet market and its interesting 8-inch Vizio tablet. You might remember that tablet; it surfaced on video not too long ago when Vizio hooked NBA player Blake Griffin up with a new home theater.

Vizio VIA Tablet priced by Walmart: On sale soon?

Vizio's 8-inch tablet, the VTAB1008, looks set to land in Walmart sooner rather than later. The Android slate - which we saw Blake Griffin fondling yesterday - hasn't been spotted itself, but the Walmart price card has been caught on camera by a This is my next tipster. According to that card, the Vizio will be $349 and have a front-facing camera, GPS, VIA Plus for intercompatibility with the company's TVs and other products, and access to the Android Market. We recently saw the slate cross through the FCC complete with AT&T 3G support, though there's no mention of wireless connectivity on this Walmart model. Vizio announced the "VIA Tablet" back at CES in January, alongside a similarly Android-powered VIA Phone, and promised a summer release. What's unclear is whether Vizio has added Honeycomb to the tablet in the meantime, or if it will launch running a smartphone version of Android.

HTC Sensation 4G Walmart Ad Leaked, Priced at $148.88 [Exclusive]

The fun is starting early and we have just got word that Walmart will not only be selling the HTC Sensation 4G earlier than T-Mobile's launch date of June 15th, but that they will also be offering it for the extremely low price and amazing deal of just $148.88 on a new contract of course. The flyer does have a misprint stating the device to have a 4.5" screen when in fact it is 4.3" but I'm not to worried about that. I just want the phone now, and for that advertised price.

Asus Transformer in disguise at Walmart, K-Mart & Target

What do we have here, the Asus Trans-for-mer doing what those actual Transformers do best and staying in disguise. Reports have been coming in that these amazing 10.1" 3.0 Honeycomb Android Tablets are showing up in stock all over the place, mainly online. From Walmart, K-Mart, and Target, plus I'm probably missing a few. At this time of writing they have been coming in and out of stock extremely fast. K-mart has them listed "In-Stock" as I type this so you better hurry if you want one.

T-Mobile LG G2x up for Pre-Order at Walmart for only $179

Looks like Walmart is at it again, trying to beat everyone with pre-orders and with pricing. Today they have started pre-orders for the LG G2x for $20 off the T-Mobile price of $199.99 with a new contract of course. Walmart has came out with the same pre-order at $179.99 but you better hurry, as it probably wont last long.

Motorola XOOM Wifi Release Schedule Detailed in Full

The ever-so-lovely tablet of all Android users' dreams will soon be coming to their favorite retailers' doorsteps in bulk. You'll be able to purchase this fabulous tablet at, Best Buy, Costco, RadioShack, Sam's Club (select locations), Staples, and Walmart, all of them getting the 10.1-inch widescreen tablet for $599 MSRP. The initial rollout of this tablet will be March 27th, 2011. Get your hundreds out!
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