The Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with a large 5-inch 1080p full HD display, quad-core processor, 13MP camera, 2,600 mAh battery which is removable, and a design that looks quite a bit like the Samsung Galaxy S3 that arrived last year. And while hardware and specifications are important, the big thing that consumers have been wondering about is when they can get a hold of the Galaxy S4 online and in stores.
Galaxy S4 would start rolling out to carriers at the end of April. Samsung has not yet confirmed any of the carriers but already we’ve hear
d from a few that say they will have it at some point in the future. They include Three UK, EE in the UK and Ting, a MVNO that uses Sprint.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless will all be getting the Samsung Galaxy S4 with Sprint confirming the release for sometime in the second quarter of this year. The second quarter consists of April, May and June.
What’s more is that Samsung has promised the device with 4G LTE data speeds which means that it will be coming with faster data speeds than typical 3G data speeds
The Samsung Galaxy S4 was finally announced today at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City amongst a throng of onlookers and media coverage. The device had been rumored for months up until this date with rumors surfacing on a daily basis. Now, we know what to expect from Samsung’s Next Big Thing as the device has been confirmed to have a 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, 13MP camera, Android Jelly Bean, a design similar to the Galaxy S3 and some powerful smart software from Samsung.
In other words, many of the rumors that we heard prior to the device’s launch today proved to be accurate. In the build up to the launch however, rumors about American carriers were scarce with only AT&T and Verizon surfacing in rumors. Before the announcement, only Sprint MVNO carrier Ting had confirmed the device for launch.Now, U.S. carriers have joined the party as AT&T, Sprint and Verizon have all confirmed the Samsung Galaxy S4 for launch with Verizon delivering the news through a tweet and Sprint and AT&T delivering the announcements through their websites.
All three will be carrying the device on their 4G LTE networks and while specific timing is not yet known, Sprint is saying that the device will roll out some time in the second quarter of this year which means that it will be available sometime in the months of April, May or June
via:gotta be mobile