Many folks were ecstatic to see Verizon carrying the Samsung Galaxy S4 32GB, and for good reason — the 16GB just isn’t cutting it with TouchWiz taking up about 40% of the device’s storage. Unfortunately, that storage premium came with a sizable bump in price: $300, compared to the $200 for the 16GB version. We’d understand it if someone preferred to pass under those circumstances, but fortunately Amazon is offering you the chance to grab one for a price that feels more “right.”
The retailer is offering Verizon’s 32GB Samsung Galaxy S4 for just $200. Of course, this price is after tagging on a new two-year contract, but thankfully it’s not restricted to new customers — existing customers are free to take advantage so long as they have an upgrade available. That said, those who are already stuck with the 16GB version aren’t really stuck anymore.
Samsung is in the process of shipping an OTA update which will allow the installation of apps onto your phone’s microSD card. With up to 64GB supported, folks should have more than enough space for their apps. Still, if you’d feel more comfortable with 32GB of sweet, sweet on-board storage. Head to the retailer’s website to get in on it before it’s too late.
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