AT&T announces Galaxy S5, Gear 2 and Gear Fit prices, pre-orders begin tomorrow

As we inch closer to the launch date of the Galaxy S5 and Samsung’s newest wearables, slowly but surely more and more carriers are making their price tags for Samsung’s latest flagship known to consumers. U.S. carrier AT&T has just announced prices for all four devices – consumers will have to pay $199 for the Galaxy S5 on a two-year contract and $649 if they’re buying it outright, $299 for the Gear 2, and $199 for the Gear 2 Neo or Gear Fit. Keep in mind that the full retail price of $649 is the price for AT&T’s variant of the Galaxy S5, and that the price for the unlocked model will likely be higher (but not much higher if a leak earlier in the day is to be believed.)

The aforementioned price tags should apply for most other U.S. carriers as well, and we’ll be sure to let you know as and when each new announces its prices. You’ll be able to pre-order each device from AT&T starting tomorrow (March 21) – pre-ordering the Gear 2 or Gear 2 Neo along with the Galaxy S5 will get you $50 off on both smartwatches, and orders will start shipping out in early April.

Check out our hands-on reviews of the Galaxy S5, Gear 2 and Gear Fit here, here, and here.


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I can’t believe samsung is asking 300 for the gear 2. It’s recycled hardware from the gear 1, stripped of android, Running a proprietary tizen os with zero ecosystem and os that is thus far unproven…so apparently they think that swappable bands and an ir sensor are worth 300 dollars for this over a gear 1 now on sale with android, and all the customizations that come with that…I’ve had my gear 2 running dual core at 1.3 up to 1.6ghz running full android 4.2.2 with tablet talk and Google keyboard and Google voice typing ect. So a move to… Read more »


And as usual the 32GB S5 is no where to be found or even priced out. At least last year AT&T gave us the price and it came about a month later. No word this time and no lower price as stated by Samsung. So I guess I will be waiting for the 32GB to arrive or I won’t bother with the S5 at all.

Of course VERIZON IS LAST as is their typical idiot play.


Pricing for the S5 is the same as the S3 and S4 was and its very reasonable. I hope AT&T gets a red version like they they did for the S3 and S4.