Starting today, AT&T’s customers can head over to their wireless carrier’s website to purchase a new flavor of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 smartphone, one that packs 32GB of memory inside, just as announced last week.
The handset landed at the carrier roughly two weeks ago, but only in a 16GB flavor, featuring a price tag of $199 (153 Euro) with the signing of a two-year contract agreement.
The 32GB variant, however, will set users back $249.99 (192 Euro) with the signing of a contract, as AT&T notes on this page. Unfortunately, only the Black Galaxy S 4 model is available with this memory capacity inside.
Officially unveiled in mid-March and pushed to shelves starting with late April, the Galaxy S 4 is the latest flagship Android-based smartphone from Samsung Electronics.
The mobile phone arrives on the market with a 5-inch touchscreen display, capable of delivering a full HD resolution, as well as with a 1.9GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor packed inside, and with 2GB of RAM for improved performance.
The mobile phone also packs a microSD memory card slot so that users could expand the available internal memory, and a 2600mAh battery inside, capable of delivering up to 17 hours of talk time.
The specs list of this device also includes a 13-megapixel photo snapper with support for full HD video recording capabilities, along with a 2MP camera on the front for making video calls.
At the same time, the smartphone arrives on shelves with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity capabilities, NFC, built-in GPS receiver, and the usual set of sensors. Galaxy S 4 also landed at AT&T with support for the wireless carrier’s 4G LTE network.
Running under Google’s Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system, Galaxy S 4 also sports Samsung’s Nature UX 2 loaded on top, and can deliver a variety of exclusive features and capabilities to its users.
“Let S Health track your diet goals and fitness activity. Instantly convert voice or text into the language of your choice with S Translate. In the car, make calls, send messages, consult navigation, and check the weather with Drive Mode, AT&T notes.
“When you’re ready to relax in front of the TV, turn the Galaxy S 4 into a handy remote control. The Integrated Infrared (IR) controller works with any IR capable TV or set top box so it’s easy to transfer and view photos and videos. You can even channel surf in a new way.”