News by Andrew Kameka on Wednesday April 24, 2013.
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Based on what you read and watched in our Samsung Galaxy S 4 review posted earlier today, you may be considering buying the Android 4.2 phone later this week. You will actually have to wait a little longer to buy the phone in the U.S.
T-Mobile released a statement last night saying that it would have to delay the Samsung Galaxy S 4 release until April 29. The carrier had plan to make the phone available via its website today, but had to push back the release because of an "expected delay with inventory deliveries."
Sprint has since issued a similar statement about its inability to deliver the Galaxy S 4 on its intended release date. Rather than launch on Saturday, the Galaxy S 4 will not appear in stores until Sprint resolves its inventory issues at a yet to be determined date. The Sprint.com website and 1-800-SPRINT1 phone number will accept orders on April 27 as planned, but in-store units will not arrive until a later date.
Andrew is MobileBurn.com's managing editor. He is based in Miami, Florida.