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A new report from Engadget is saying that a tentative Samsung Galaxy S4 release date has been set for U.S. carriers. According to a leaked internal document from Staples (seen below), the Galaxy S4 is going to hit AT&T on April 26, May 1 for T-Mobile, and May 30 on Verizon Wireless (seriously, a month later than everyone else?).

The U.S. version of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 features a 5-inch Super AMOLED display with full HD 1080p resolution, a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, up to 64GB of internal storage, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.  We reported earlier that independent UK carrier Phones 4u had posted their review of the Galaxy S4 late last week and gave it a decent review, though noted that many of the new features are gimmicky at best, some of which are overhyped.

Additionally, starting tomorrow AT&T will have the Galaxy S4 available for pre-order.

Will you be buying the Samsung Galaxy S4?  Let us know!

Update: According to AT&T, it appears the Galaxy S4 will ship on April 30 to those who pre-order from the company.

Update 2: T-Mobile has confirmed the pre-order availability of the Samsung Galaxy S4, opening pre-orders on April 24 for an upfront cost of $149.99 as part of a 24-month plan. Additionally, Sprint has also confirmed it will open pre-orders for the Galaxy S4 tomorrow ahead of an April 27 release, offering the smartphone for $249.99 on a two-year agreement. However, new Sprint customers will receive $100 credit, bringing the price down to be on par with T-Mobile’s offering.


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