If you’re looking for a new Android phone or have an upgrade coming up odds are you’ve narrowed your choices down to either the Samsung Galaxy S4 or HTC One. Both are very impressive phones with amazing 1080p HD screens, super fast quad-core processors, powerful cameras and interesting software features like the ability to become a remote for your TV. And best of all– both phones either are, or will be, available very soon.
We know that there’s a lot of interest in both of these beasts, so here’s a quick roundup on when they will be available at your carrier and how much it will cost you to get one.
Here it is, the all new Galaxy S 4. As expected Samsung made the newest Galaxy phone official last night, and while it is a lot of what we expected, there were also a few surprise features in their announcement as well.
The S 4 will be available in sometime between April and June on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile, but before that time comes here is all the info you’re going to want to know about Samsung’s latest and greatest phone.
We know a lot of you are excited for tonight’s Galaxy S IV event and want to know how to watch it live. Well Samsung knows this too and that is why tonight Samsung will be streaming the event live on YouTube. The event kicks off at 7 PM ET, and if you want to see the big announcement as it happens just play the YouTube video above. If you’re in the New York area you can also head over to Times Square and watch the event live on the big screens there.
We’ll of course have everything you’re gonna want to know about the S IV covered later tonight back here. For some of the latest rumors on what we think might be in the S IV check out our earlier post here.
It has been pretty much all but confirmed that Samsung will be officially announcing the Galaxy S IV at their big event tonight in New York City. First we had the invitation with that seemingly giant “4,” then reports from reputable places like the New York Times and Bloomberg talked about features the new phone might have like the ability to scroll through web pages using just your eyes to navigate (no swiping on the touchscreen required). On top of all that there has been a steady stream of rumored specs and leaked pictures and videos claiming to be of the S IV.
With only a few hours left until the big show, let’s get you caught up on what we know so far and some of the things we expect will be in the Galaxy S IV once its official.