AT&T has confirmed that a 32-gigabyte version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be up for grabs beginning May 10th. The device is priced at $249 on-contract, while the 16GB model is priced at $199. Hopefully, the 32GB model should address buyers’ concerns about the smartphone’s available storage The 16GB model only left approximately 9GB of storage available to the user.
This news probably won’t make for any happy campers that opted to buy the 16GB Galaxy S4 to get it at launch. We’ve reached out to AT&T to see if they would offer a trade-in for anyone who already bought the 16GB and will update this post when we hear back from Ma Bell.
Currently AT&T is the only US carrier that is offering a 32GB variant of the Galaxy S4.