It seems that Samsung must be very proud of the Galaxy S4. The phone has proven to be very popular among the most demanding Android enthusiasts and yet, despite of its age and upcoming Galaxy S5, the manufacturer continue to experiment on the device. The Galaxy S4 has been released in several versions so far, each bringing something new and unique to the lineup. As of today, the Galaxy S4 family has two new members, the Black Edition Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 Mini. Both phones will go on sale in select markets around the world later this month.
Today Verizon Wireless added the HTC One Max to its roster. However, if you are not a big fan of phablets and prefer more compact phones, the carrier has something for you too. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy S III Mini joined Verizon’s portfolio as well with a price of $99.99 and $49.99, respectively. Both devices require two-year contracts, obviously. Another option is to buy the handsets outright off contract, in which case the Galaxy S4 Mini will set you back $399.99, while the Galaxy S III Mini will cost $249.99. Both phones are also available on Verizon Edge for $10.56 monthly (Galaxy S III Mini) and $16.81 (Galaxy S4 Mini).
Sprint’s selection of smartphones grew in size today, as the carrier added the LG G2, the Nexus 5, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and the Galaxy Mega 6.3 to its portfolio. All four phones are available for purchase at attractive prices thanks to rebates offered by Sprint. You can grab each of the devices from Sprint’s online store with free shipping. Be sure to check your local retail stores too, as the handsets are due to arrive to select locations any day now.
The Galaxy S4 family of smartphones includes several devices with the Samsung Galaxy S4 serving as a model phone. The smallest member of the gang, is the Galaxy S4 Mini. Unveiled back in May, the handset will finally hit the US shore next month and will land on AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and US Cellular. Each carrier will announce pricing and availability details separately but we can assume that the phone will be way cheaper than the original Galaxy S4.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini was first rumored as allegedly heading to Verizon Wireless. For some reason, however, the phone appears to be missing in action. There is no word from the carrier when and if it ever is going to offer the device. Don’t make a sad face. It looks like you will be able to grab the miniaturized version of Samsung’s flagship smartphone from at least two of the US largest carriers. According to @evleaks, the Galaxy S4 Mini is on its way to grace the shops of AT&T and Sprint.
Recently Samsung revealed their new colors for Galaxy S4: Red, Blue, Purple, Pink and Brown . The runner up in the spotlight for today is the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini which also get a brand new paint job. A Russian blog by the name of Ho-Tech Mail delivered a few images that illustrate the Galaxy S4 Mini in Red, Brown, and Blue. Or to be more exact: Scarlet Dawn, Bronze Autumn, and Blue Iceberg, which are the cool names Samsung has chosen to give these color versions.
Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy S4 Mini a couple of weeks ago. While the company was quite generous about the phone’s specs and features, it skipped details about either availability or pricing. Actually, we still have no solid news in this respect, but the veil of secrecy might have just lifted a little bit. A mysterious Samsung SCH-435, which could be the Galaxy S4 Mini, has just paid a visit to Bluetooth SIG and left us with a clue or two about a carrier that could possibly offer the device in the US.
If the latest rumors are to believed, there may be three new Samsung smartphones coming to AT&T in the not so distant future. In addition to the Galaxy S4 Active, AT&T customers may also expect the Galaxy S4 Mini and the Galaxy Mega 6.3 to land in the carrier’s store soon. It is a lot of Samsung devices at once, but actually it is not surprising at all. Both, AT&T and Samsung, have been known to cooperate closely in the past.
Details about Samsung’s upcoming event are still covered in a veil of secrecy, but after today we can at least remove the Galaxy S4 Mini from the list of the devices expected to be announced on June 20. Samsung officially introduced the phone today as “a powerful yet compact version of its bestselling smartphone”. The handset is expected to hit the stores in UK first, possibly in June, and will become available in other markets at later date. We still have wait for confirmed information about pricing but it is safe to say that the phone will be significantly cheaper than its big brother.
Just when we thought that Samsung would give us a break from big surprises after the Galaxy S4 release, it appears that once again we will be kept on tenterhooks for a while. The company has just announced its “Premiere 2013” event during which it will apparently announce two new devices – from the Galaxy and Ativ lineup. Galaxy is Samsung’s most recognizable brand, while Ativ is a fairly new family of Windows 8 smartphones, consisting of two phones so far: the Ativ S I8750, and the Ativ Odyssey I930. In this respect the event will be pretty unusual, since it is not very common for a manufacturer to present an Android and Windows Phone 8 handset at the same time.
With its 5-inch Super AMOLED screen the Samsung Galaxy S4 may be big. For some users it might to be even too big. If you are one of those folks who do not feel comfortable with huge phones in your pockets, we may have some good news for you. A miniaturized version of Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone is on its way. The handset is believed to be ready for announcement by the end of May, but it may not hit the stores until June or even July. But before that happens, we have a fresh set pf leaked photos for you to take a closer look.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 was announced in New York just two weeks ago and we can already take a peek at its little brother, the Galaxy S4 Mini. Of course, the Mini model is not official yet, but its leaked images appeared on the web. The photos were accompanied by a handful of details about the specs and features, however, none of which have been confirmed officially by Samsung yet.