Samsung Galaxy S4 Availability in the US

March 14, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Samsung has just announced their new Samsung Galaxy S4 phone. It’s got some amazing specs, and it’ll be available starting Q2 and will be available on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, US Cellular and Cricket at launch. We expect it’s going to be on sale for $199 on a 2-year contract for the 16GB version, or around $600 for full retail if you don’t want to be tied to a carrier for two years. But that’s not confirmed yet. The Galaxy S4 will be available in white and black, of course Samsung has some more fancy names for those colors. But there’s no blue this time around.

The Galaxy S4 is a nice improvement over the Galaxy S3, and of course it does support LTE on each of the carriers in the US. Even T-Mobile which has yet to officially light up any LTE markets. We should be getting some more specific release dates for each carrier in the coming weeks, and we’ll be sure to let you know when those dates are. Don’t forget to check out the full spec sheet, and all the awesome features coming to the Galaxy S4.

Now a word from our favorite carriers:

“T-Mobile is excited to partner with Samsung to bring the Samsung Galaxy Sâ„¢ 4 to our customers. We look forward to sharing more information soon; meanwhile, please visit our Samsung Galaxy S 4″ – T-Mobile

“U.S. Cellular is excited to bring the Samsung Galaxy S 4 to our customers in the near future. We will be sure to share details and presale information with you as soon as we can.” – U.S. Cellular

“Sprint is excited to bring the benefit of Truly UnlimitedSM 4G LTE data to the U.S. variant of Galaxy S 4 in thesecond quarter of this year. Our customers will appreciate the ability to use Galaxy S 4 to surf the Web, share pictures and videos, and use this smartphone as much as they want without worrying about throttling or overage charges on their monthly bill due to data caps.” – Sprint

How many of you are excited to pick up the Galaxy S4? Which carrier are you going to pick it up from? Let us know in the comments below.