T-Mobile seems hell-bent on getting its fans and users out of any post-holiday funk they may feel, and not just by slashing Nexus 5’s price to less than $400. America’s number four network has also enriched both its smartphone and tablet rosters, rolling out for a first wave of online-only sale the Sony Xperia Z1S and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0.
Introduced to the world a week ago during the CES event in Las Vegas, the Xperia Z1S is nothing but a T-Mo-branded Z1. Meaning it’s a little late to the party, as the “international” variant debuted in European and Asian stores back in September.
Still, the Z1S is a long way from becoming obsolete, and at least until the Z2 or Samsung Galaxy S5 break cover, it’s the world’s most impressive all-rounder, touting a top-notch camera, display, CPU and battery, as well as relatively new software (Android 4.3 Jelly Bean).
Plus, it’s not that expensive, with no upfront payment required and 24 monthly installments of $22 each towards a full retail price of $528.
Meanwhile, the GTab 3 7.0 has aged much worse, which makes sense, since it was first announced nine months ago. But hey, it’s pretty cheap, at $312 contract-free ($0 in advance, $13 monthly), plus it’s LTE capable, sleek and slim and packing a decent dual-core 1.2 GHz CPU.
Again, for the time being, the two are up for grabs solely via T-Mobile.com, however before long, they should also land in brick and mortar stores nationwide.
Via [Unwired View]