So while I don’t know when the Galaxy S4 will actually show up at your door step, I can tell you that preorders for the device will start on April 16th from carrier AT&T.
For the sum of $249.99, and with a 2-year contract, you’ll score 32GB of storage, and what is Samsung’s most advanced handset to date. For $50 less, and the same contractual obligation, you can pick up a 16GB variant. Personally, I’d opt for the cheaper of the two since this phone has a microSD slot which is said to be compatible with up to a 64GB card.
That all being said, the HTC One will sell for $199.99 with 32GB of storage – Sprint and AT&T just announced the phone’s availability. But The One doesn’t have a microSD slot. So if you’re purchase decision is based purely on bang for buck in terms of storage, clearly the Galaxy S4 beats out The One, despite it shipping with less built-in.
Note: AT&T announced the Galaxy S4’s pricing last week, but clarified the