U.S. Cellular has joined the chorus of carriers who have selected today to clarify their plans for the Samsung Galaxy S 4. U.S. Cellular has informed us that it plans to begin the preorder process for the Galaxy S 4 on Friday, April 26. Customers who purchase the phone can expect devices to arrive soon because orders will be processed and shipped the same day. U.S. Cellular retail locations will begin the in-store sales process on Tuesday, April 30. U.S. Cellular will offer the Galaxy S 4 for $199.9 with an instant rebate.
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.
Android's reigning king has a new quad-core processor and tons of software upgrades. Just how good is the Samsung Galaxy S 4?
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 will arrive at all the major carriers in the United States, and Samsung today confirms that the launch of its flagship Android smartphone will begin in April.
An internal Staples memo suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S 4 will launch in the U.S. later this month. Engadget has posted the memo that claims the Galaxy S 4 will go on sale for AT&T on April 26. T-Mobile will follow by going on sale May 1 and Verizon will arrive much later on May 30. The May 1 date follows what T-Mobile confirmed last month, and AT&T previously announced that it will begin taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S 4 tomorrow. However, these dates are tentative and there are no guarantees that the phone will go on sale until carriers individually announce availability.
The Galaxy S 4 is launching soon on Sprint, so you might think the carrier would stop putting effort into last year's Galaxy S III. Sprint is actually putting more effort into the phone by announcing a new color option for the Galaxy S III.
Add the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket to the list of Samsung devices being upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. AT&T just announced that it has started the update process for the Skyrocket.
Sprint today announced that it has begun updating the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Android 4.1 introduces new features like Android Beam to enable wireless NFC data transfers, automatically resizing widgets, Google Now enhanced search,
Is the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 too much phone for you? Is the Samsung Galaxy Note II not enough phone? Well, perhaps you'll want the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 to serve as the middle ground of your next Android smartphone.
Samsung today announced the upcoming release of its biggest Android smartphone to date, the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3. Yes, that's Mega 6.3 as in a smartphone with a 6.3-inch display.