GALAXY S 4, the latest Android-based flagship smartphone from Samsung, is expected to become available for purchase in the UK on April 26, but users can already place pre-orders for it.
High street retailer Carphone Warehouse has announced the availability of the smartphone for reservations, providing users with the chance to be among the first to receive the handset when it becomes available in exchange for a small deposit.
The retailer asks for only £29 ($44 / 34 Euro) from those who would like to pre-order the device, and it also announced that some goodies would be included in the package for those who reserve it first.
The retailer will include a free accessory bundle with each GALAXY S 4 pre-order, while also promising free Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 for the first two thousand reservations.
As Android Central notes, the aforementioned accessory bundle packs a screen protector for the smartphone, along with a case and a car charger. The value of the bundle is said to be of £64.97 ($98 / 77 Euro).
Those interested in the matter can head over to this page on the retailer’s website to learn more on the offer. The Carphone Warehouse also offers users the possibility to register for updates on the phone’s availability, should they want to skip the reservations period.
Made official on March 14, Samsung’s GALAXY S 4 arrives on the market with a 4.9-inch full HD touchscreen display, while being powered by a 1.9GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor (it will feature an 8-core Exynos CPU in some markets).
The handset also comes with 2GB of RAM packed inside, as well as with 16GB / 32GB / 64GB of internal memory, microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes, NFC, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, GPS receiver, and the usual set of sensors.
Samsung also packed GALAXY S 4 with a 13-megapixel photo snapper, as well as with a front camera for making video calls, while loading Google’s Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS on top of it.
GALAXY S 4 Now on Pre-Order in the UK
The Carphone Warehouse now allows users to reserve the phone
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