Samsung Galaxy S4

Samsung Galaxy S4 Gets April 23 Release Date From AT&T

The Samsung Galaxy S4 may be arriving at AT&T Wireless one-day earlier than expected. A recently captured screenshot by the team at Engadget shows an April 23 release date.

Samsung is expecting big things from its newest smartphone offering with plans to ship 10 million units during the first month of sale. Samsung also expected to sell 30 million Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphones in the first quarter of device sales. The Galaxy S4 will go on sale across 50 countries upon initial launch.

Samsung is also expected to deliver its new flagship smartphone to T-Mobile’s online shop on April 24, although the device will only be available in very limited numbers for T-Mobile customers. T-Mobile customers will be able to put up the Galaxy S4 at brick and mortar locations on May 1. T-Mobile customers can expect to pay $149.99 up front and then $20 per month for 24 months. T-Mobile is selling the device contract free as part of its Uncarrier wireless plan.

AT&T will sell the Galaxy S4 off-contract for $$639.99 or $199.99 with a two-year contract that includes a monthly data plan.

Following T-Mobile and AT&T Wireless will be Sprint Wireless with a $249.00 price point with a two-year contract. Sprint will begin selling the Galaxy S4 on April 27, 2013.

The Galaxy S4 is launching amid steep competition from the highly touted HTC One smartphone.

The Samsung smartphone has a nice set of hardware specs that includes a 1.6GHz Octa-core processor that is powered alongside 2GB RAM and storage option that include 16/32/64GB internal memory. The Galaxy S4 also includes a microSD slot capable of adding another 64GB RAM.

The S4 also offers a 13-megapixel rear facing camera alongside a 2-megapixel front facing option. Galaxy S4 customers can record in full-HD.

With Wi-Fi, 4G LTE ,and Bluetooth 4.0, the S4 also features a nice set of connectivity options.

Here’s the captured screenshot for the AT&T Wireless release of the Galaxy S4:

Samsung Galaxy S4 - April 23

Which carrier will you be grabbing the Samsung Galaxy S4 from?

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