News by Andrew Kameka on Thursday May 23, 2013.
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Samsung has already sold 10 million units of the Galaxy S 4, and the Korean manufacturer will soon add to that tally with the release of a new color option on one carrier and the general release on another.
AT&T has released details confirming that it will begin accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy S 4 in Aurora Red, a color option that is exclusive to the carrier. The phone will cost $199 and will be available only with the 16GB model. Pre-orders will begin tomorrow ahead of the June 14 in-store release.
Verizon is also highlighting the availability of the Galaxy S 4 on its network. Customers who previously registered to be notified about the S 4 launch have received emails alerting them to the phone being on sale. The emails highlight Samsung features like recording video using both cameras, using the IR blaster to turn the phone into a remote control, and answering calls without even touching the device. The Verizon Galaxy S 4 is available now in black or white for $199 on a two-year agreement.
Andrew is MobileBurn.com's managing editor. He is based in Miami, Florida.