The Galaxy S4 is now official, so we can finally talk about actual release dates and pricing details for the handset.
As it did before, Samsung will launch its flagship product almost simultaneously in multiple markets. From the beginning of the show, Samsung’s JK Shin told us that the Galaxy S4 will hit no less than 327 carriers in 155 countries.
Without specifying actual launch dates, Shin said that the handset will hit stores in late April, or about a month later than initially rumored.
The Galaxy S4 will come in both 3G and 4G versions and it will support a variety of international networks.
The handset will be available in three capacity versions from 16GB to 64GB. Samsung has not announced pricing details during the event, but we expect the 16GB model to cost $199.99 with new two-year contracts in the U.S.
In case it matters, the Galaxy S4 will come in two color versions, white and black, although we expect other Galaxy S4 colors to be announced at a later date.
Are you going to buy a Galaxy S4 first chance you get?