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Samsung Announces Five Additional Galaxy S4 Colors - Blue, Brown, Pink, Purple, And Red

Samsung Announces Five Additional Galaxy S4 Colors - Blue, Brown, Pink, Purple, And Red

At today's Samsung Premiere 2013 event in London, the Korean smartphone giant announced that it will begin selling the Galaxy S4 in five additional colors. These new models won't be different internally from what's currently available, just more eye-catching. It remains to be seen if this colorful strategy will give a boost to the Galaxy S4's sales numbers, not that it needs all that much help. The Galaxy S4 is still outselling all other Android smartphones by a wide margin, even if it isn't doing so quite as spectacularly as investors would want.

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Samsung Will Soon Release An LTE-Advanced Galaxy S4, Waits For World To Catch Up

Samsung Will Soon Release An LTE-Advanced Galaxy S4, Waits For World To Catch Up

Samsung is developing a Galaxy S4 with support for LTE-Advanced, which is able to reach nearly twice the speed of normal 4G. The phone may be sold in South Korea as early as this month, but given the lack of necessary infrastructure, it may never see release in America. Or anywhere else, for that matter. Nevertheless, Samsung's phone will still be the first LTE-advanced smartphone to ship anywhere in the world.

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[Deal Alert] T-Mobile's Galaxy S4 Is Now Just $99 Down ($50 Discount), Where It Probably Should Have Started

[Deal Alert] T-Mobile's Galaxy S4 Is Now Just $99 Down ($50 Discount), Where It Probably Should Have Started

Just over a month since T-Mobile began selling the Galaxy S4, the company is knocking $50 off the price of Samsung's latest flagship handset. Customers can now pick up the phone for $99.99 down along with 24 months of $20 payments. To save you the math, that's an additional $480 over the course of two years. T-Mobile is also selling the phone for the complete upfront price of $579.99, a tad cheaper than buying an unlocked version off Amazon (and with the bonus of LTE).

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[Update: AT&T Edition Gone] AT&T And Verizon Galaxy S4 Developer Editions Appear On Samsung's Site, Coming Soon

[Update: AT&T Edition Gone] AT&T And Verizon Galaxy S4 Developer Editions Appear On Samsung's Site, Coming Soon

Developer editions of the Galaxy S4 have appeared on Samsung's site, and they have their sights set on AT&T and Verizon customers. Note, this is not the $649 Nexus-like version that Google unveiled at Google I/O. This developer edition is good for tinkerers who still want all of Samsung's software and Verizon customers who really don't have any other option if they want a Galaxy S4 with an unlocked bootloader. Variants for both carriers seem to be only offered in Black Mist color.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Is Incompatible With Original TecTiles - TecTile 2 Coming Soon

Samsung Galaxy S4 Is Incompatible With Original TecTiles - TecTile 2 Coming Soon

Many things don't work well together: oil and water, drinking and driving, and as it turns out, Samsung's TecTiles and the Galaxy S4. Samsung is acknowledging that the current line of NFC tags cannot be read by its new flagship phone. In fact, even the official TecTile site's Buy Now link is now defunct.

The SGS4 incorporates a Broadcom BCM2079x chip which lacks support for some types of MIFARE tags from NXP Semiconductors, including TecTiles which are built with MIFARE Classic chips.

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Sprint's Galaxy S4 Pre-Orders Already Sold Out, But Amazon Wireless Comes To The Rescue

Sprint's Galaxy S4 Pre-Orders Already Sold Out, But Amazon Wireless Comes To The Rescue

If you've finally decided that pre-ordering Sprint's variant of the Galaxy S4 is the right move for your mobile life, you're in for a less-than-ideal surprise: it's already sold out directly from The Now Network. Sadface.

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But before you get too sad, we've some good news: it's now available for pre-order from Amazon Wireless! Happyface. You'll find that AW has the same pricing structure as Sprint, so it'll set you back $150 if you're switching networks, and $250 if you're simply upgrading.

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Samsung Just Officially Unveiled 'The Next Big Thing' – Come Meet The Galaxy S4!

Samsung Just Officially Unveiled 'The Next Big Thing' – Come Meet The Galaxy S4!

Well, the day is here, boys and girls – Samsung's newest flagship is a go. As expected (and never doubted), it's called the Galaxy S4, and it picks up where the GSIII left off. Offering even more eye-tracking features, more horsepower under the hood, and a few tricks from the Note II's playbook, the GS4 is a worthy successor to the world's most popular Android phone. Let's get down to the nitty gritty.

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