AT&T To Begin Selling 32GB Galaxy S4 This Friday, May 10
AT&T has announced that it will begin selling the 32GB Samsung Galaxy S4 this Friday, May 10. The device will be priced at $249.99 with a two-year contract, and it will initially be an AT&T exclusive, so you won’t find the handset on any other carrier in the United States.
The 16GB Galaxy S4 is already on sale in the U.S., of course, but the 32GB model has been pretty elusive since it was announced back in March. Now we know when it’ll be arriving.
I doubt many customers who were waiting for the Galaxy S4 to go on sale will have been holding out for the 32GB variant — most would’ve likely snapped up the 16GB as soon as it became available. And I can’t see many people switching carriers for the 32GB model, either.
The great thing about the Galaxy S4 is that it has a microSD card slot, so even if you do buy the 16GB — which actually only has 8GB of user storage thanks to all of Samsung’s features — you can add another 64GB yourself relatively cheaply.
Having said that, if you’re already an AT&T customer and you haven’t yet picked up the Galaxy S4, it’ll certainly be nice to have the 32GB option.