Back in September of 2012 Samsung unveiled its new mid-range smartphone called the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. If you're the sort of smartphone user that likes the idea of a mid-range Android device that's not incredibly expensive on a carrier that doesn't require a contract, the Galaxy Victory is now available on Virgin Mobile. On the contract free pre-paid carrier the phone will sell for $299.99.
The smartphone will be available online only starting today and will be available in national retail and participating dealers by the middle of March. The phone will work on the Virgin Mobile No-Contract Beyond Talk unlimited data and messaging plan starting at $35 per month. The Victory 4G LTE runs Android 4.1.
The device also has S Beam technology inside allowing users to share video files, photos, documents, and more by tapping two S Beam devices together. The smartphone uses a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and has a four-inch display. The rear camera is a five-megapixel unit and it can capture HD video as well.
The front facing camera is a 1.3 megapixel unit and the phone has integrated Bluetooth 4.0 technology. The smartphone is NFC capable and has integrated Wi-Fi. It's unclear how much internal storage the phone has, but it does have a microSD card slot for storage expansion supporting cards up to 32 GB.
[via Virgin Mobile]