Verizon on Friday officially announced that starting with June 29 it’s going to sell a 32GB version of the Galaxy S4 for $299.99 with new two-year contracts.
So far, AT&T was the only mobile operator to offer Samsung’s flagship handset in a higher capacity, with the carrier pricing its own 32GB version of the smartphone at $249.99 with new two-year contracts.
Verizon’s offer is $50 more expensive, but customers that don’t want to leave the carrier may still be interested in the device, considering the added storage it has to offer.
The 64GB Galaxy S4 model is yet to show up in carrier stores, but we’ll remind you that all smartphone version come with microSD card support for up to 64GB of additional memory.
That said, you should know that Verizon will start shipping the 32GB Galaxy S4 version on July 3, so there’s some waiting to be done before you get your hands on this particular model.
In case off-contract handset purchases sound better to you, we’ll also going to remind you that the Verizon Galaxy S4 Developer Edition is available directly from Samsung.com for $649.99 – sadly, it’s the 16GB version.