T-Mobile, a world renowned name in the mobile carrier industry, has revealed the release date of Samsung Galaxy S4 along with BlackBerry Z10, and the Apple iPhone 5. Mike Seger from T-Mobiles has officially announced that the above mentioned handsets would be available under T-Mobile from May 1, this year.
Although T-Mobile has announced the release date for Galaxy S4, there are other carriers like AT&T, Verizon Wireless, U.S Cellular who are yet to announce their release date for the S4 mobile. However Galaxy S4 on AT&T, U S cellular, Verizon wireless were already confirmed before last week.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been unveiled earlier this month without any release date. This handset is expected to be released in UK much before than that of US. Though sources say that this advanced phone might release at the end of April, let’s take a look at some of the features of this latest phone.
• Powered by a quad-core CPU, multi-tasking has been made easier than before.
• The latest version of Android (Jelly Bean, v4.2.2) is installed in this Smartphone.
• The display is absolutely crispy with the Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen with a huge 5.0 inch display and a pixel density of 441 ppi.
• Corning Gorilla glass 3 will take extra care of the display and prevent it from scratches.
• Weighted about 130 gm, this phone offers you calling facility as you can insert a micro-sim in it.
• This phone has 3 different models with 16/32/64 GB of internal storage memory along with 2 GB of RAM that makes applications much smoother than before.
• There is also a card slot that supports microSD card with up to 64 GB of storage space.
• With 13 Megapixel primary camera and LED flash, the picture quality is just awesome. Besides, there are a bunch of other camera features. Video calling has been made easy with 2 Megapixel HD camera in the front.
So, May 1 will definitely usher surprise for those who love technology or were waiting eagerly for Samsung Galaxy S4. Thanks to T-Mobile, without whom such a close release date would be impossible.