AT&T has confirmed the launch date for the 32 GB Samsung Galaxy S4: May 10th.
The device will be available at a price of $249.99 on a two-year contract.
Currently, no carrier or retailer in US has the 32 GB version of the device in stock, which means AT&T could be the first to offer this version to consumers.
The 32 GB Samsung Galaxy S4 provides more on-board storage for consumers, and would reduce the need to buy a separate microSD card for expansion.
There is no word on when the 64 GB version of the Galaxy S4 will be available, nor when other retailers and carriers will start selling the 32 GB version of the handset.
US Cellular is the only carrier that has announced they won’t be selling the 32 GB and 64 GB versions.
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