Most Android fans are looking forward to the debut of the Galaxy S6 this weekend, but if you’d like a new Samsung smartphone that’ll be a bit easier on your wallet, Verizon’s got you covered.
The Samsung Galaxy Core Prime will be available online starting February 26 and it’ll launch in stores on March 5. Pricing will be set at $29.99 with a two-year contract or $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $8 with Verizon Edge. All of those dollars will get you a device with the following specs:
The Galaxy Core Prime’s spec list isn’t exactly bleeding edge, but the device does offer a form factor similar to the Galaxy S5, and it’s also got a small-ish display. Combine those features with LTE and an impending Android 5.0 update and you’ve got yourself a respectable little device that’s pretty low-cost as well.