Boost Mobile And Virgin Mobile Will Sell The Samsung Galaxy S5 In The U.S.

Galaxy S5

Two of America’s renowned prepaid carriers, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile have now announced the availability of the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone. This is in addition to AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile announcing the arrival of the smartphone shortly after the official announcement was made by Samsung this Monday.

Both Virgin and Boost are subsidiaries of Sprint, which means there will be plenty of support for the carrier’s services. The official release claims that the Sprint Spark tri-band LTE service will be compatible with the two smartphones during launch.

It is mentioned that the smartphone will be sold off contract with flexible service plans to attract more customers. Availability is slated to begin in Q2, which is when the Galaxy S5 is expected to rollout globally as well.

The Galaxy S5 is one of the most anticipated devices of the year with features like the heart rate monitor, a superior camera, fingerprint scanner and much more. Not to mention compatibility with new gen accessories like the Gear 2 and the Gear Fit smartwatches, which could also interest potential Galaxy S5 buyers.