By Stephen Schenck | June 7, 2011 7:51 PM
Some leaked T-Mobile screenshots shows that new smartphone prices are coming to the carrier tomorrow, with both higher and lower price points in store for its users.
Motorola’s Defy has a web-only discount bringing its price down to $50, but you’ll pay $150 without that deal; after tomorrow, that brick-and-mortar price will itself go down to $100; we’re not sure what effect that will have on the online promotion. Oddly, this figure isn’t marked in bold to indicate a new price in these images, but reflects a change from what’s currently advertised on T-Mobile’s site.
Samsung’s Galaxy S 4G will see a price increase, going from $130 to $150. The Sidekick 4G is also becoming more expensive, ending up at $130 from the $100 at which T-Mobile currently sells the smartphone. If you were planning on picking up either of these two Samsung models in the immediate future, you might want to hustle out and snag one before the new rates go into effect; either that, or make your purchase through a T-Mobile retail partner like Amazon, which currently has the Sidekick 4G for as good as free on-contract.