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Samsung Galaxy S4 availability and price announced in Australia
Following the announced release of the device in the US this week, Great news for people in Australia who’ve been eagerly waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S4! At a launch event in Sydney (at the Sydney Opera House!), Samsung officially launched their 2013 flagship smartphone, along with announcing a availability date that should make our Australian readers very happy.
According to AusDroid, you can pick up the Samsung Galaxy S4 from Samsung Experience stores around the country from tomorrow, April 24, priced at a steep $899 for the 32GB version, and will be available from network carriers and other retailers from April 27. As reported earlier, the Samsung flagship will be launched with all major network providers, including Telstra, Optus, Virgin Mobile, and Vodafone, and from retailers such as Mobicity, dMAVO, Kogan, and Harvey Norman.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is expected to be up for pre-order from the network carriers from tomorrow, so stay tuned as we’ll be bringing you a roundup of the best deals and offers available for the device in Australia. Till then, don’t forget to check out our detailed hands-on review of the Samsung Galaxy S4 here –
Are you excited about getting your hands on the Samsung Galaxy S4? What do you think of the $899 price point of the device?