When Samsung first announced the Galaxy S5 back during Mobile World Congress, it unveiled black, white, blue and gold models of the phone. So far, however, only the black and white models have hit the market in the U.S. That’s about to change on May 30, however, when Sprint and T-Mobile start to offer the gold version. Both carriers announced intentions to sell the phone on Wednesday.
T-Mobile said its customers can pick up the gold Galaxy S5 in “select T-Mobile stores” or online, and warned that it’s only selling the gold model for a limited time. T-Mobile didn’t name a price, but we assume it will cost the same as its existing Galaxy S5 offering, which is available for $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $27.50.
Sprint will also sell the Galaxy S5 on May 30 for $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $27.09. The carrier said that anyone who picks up the device through its website or via the phone will also receive a gold Samsung HM1900 Bluetooth headset free. We don’t have word yet if AT&T or Verizon will be selling the gold model as well, but we’ll let you know if that changes.