Samsung Galaxy S II 4G headed to Virgin Mobile on November 15

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| Published: November 10, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S II 4G white official

A couple of months after hitting Boost Mobile's shelves, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G will soon be arriving at another one of Sprint's prepaid brands. Virgin Mobile has announced that it'll offer the Galaxy S II 4G starting November 15 at a price of $369.99. The Galaxy S II 4G will be compatible with Virgin's Beyond Talk plans that include unlimited data and messaging and start at $35 per month.

The Galaxy S II 4G on Virgin Mobile will be similar to the model that was available on Boost and Sprint before it, meaning you can expect a 4.52-inch display, 8-megapixel camera, 3G/4G (WiMAX) connectivity and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Virgin will offer the device in both Titanium and White. The Galaxy S II may no longer be the freshest phone on the Galaxy block, but with 4G connectivity and a big display, it'll be one of the higher-end handsets in Virgin's lineup and may be worth checking out for anyone on the prepaid operator that's in the hunt for a new Android device. Virgin Mobile's full announcement is below.

 

It’s coming!  Virgin Mobile will be expanding its 4G lineup to bring the awesome Samsung Galaxy S® II 4G to its Beyond Talk plans, starting at $35/month for unlimited data and messaging.  This powerful smartphone is delivered in a super-sleek, lightweight design in both Titanium and White.  The 4.52” touchscreen display allows you to see every detail in high resolution and vibrant color.  The 8.0MP camera/camcorder lets you capture and share everything that’s happening.  With Android 4.0 [Ice Cream Sandwich] and the ability to turn Galaxy S® II into a mobile hotspot (add-on required), this dual mode 3G/4G no-contract device perfectly illustrates tremendous value without having to sign a long-term contract.  Available November 15 for $369.99 at www.virginmobileusa.com and participating retailers.

Via @VirginMobileUS, NJTechReviews