T-mobile’s original April 24th release date for the Samsung Galaxy S4 might not have happened, but folks would only have to wait five days to order one online. From my count, that day is here, and you can now head to T-Mobile’s website to grab one of your own, alongside those who have been able to order from AT&T and Sprint since Saturday.
With T-Mobile’s new UNcarrier plans you can grab the device with a $150 down payment. From there, you’ll be paying $20 per month on top of your bill for 24 months until you pay the full off-contract price, or until you decide to leave the carrier or go with a different phone (in which case you’ll be paying the remainder of the balance in full). AT&T and Sprint are both sticking with the traditional discount after signing a two-year contract, with the former’s being $200 and the latter’s being $150.
The Galaxy S4 is available in White Frost and Black Myst flavors, both of which are only available with 16GB of internal storage. That storage can be expanded using a microSD card, though, so no worries.
Other Galaxy S4 specs include a beautiful 5-inch Super AMOLED HD display with 1080p resolution, a 1.9GHz quad-core processor, 2Gb of RAM, a 13 megapixel HD camera, a 2 megapixel front-facing camera, Android 4.2.2 with TouchWiz Nature UX and more.
Decide which Android heavyweight you want after reading our HTC One vs Samsung Galaxy S4 feature, look for some opinions over at the Galaxy S4 section at AndroidForums.com, and if the Galaxy S4 turns out to be the victor for you get over to T-Mobile’s site, Sprint’s site, or AT&T’s site (Verizon’s isn’t coming until May 30th) to order one for yourself.
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