updated 12:44 pm EDT, Wed April 3, 2013
Price relates to 32GB S4, 16GB version cheaper by $50
AT&T has revised its pricing of the Samsung Galaxy S4 to be more clear to its customers, after announcing the price without noting which model it related to. The update on the company blog shows the $250 upfront and two-year contract relates to the 32GB version of the Galaxy S4, while the 16GB Galaxy S4 will be available at a cheaper $200, also on a two-year commitment.
The price clarification pits the 16GB Galaxy S4 against the HTC One 32GB, which shares the same price as Samsung's smartphone. This puts both phones on a fairly even standing for consumers, with both the 32GB Galaxy S4 and the 64GB version of the HTC One costing more.
Customers can pre-order the Galaxy S4 from AT&T, which features a 5-inch HD Super AMOLED screen, quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, and touchless controls, beginning April 16th.