Engadget post time: May 07, 2013 at 01:23AM
We knew that the 32GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 would be coming to AT&T to complement its 16GB sibling for an extra 50 bucks, but the carrier kept pretty quiet about when it would show up. A tweet from AT&T’s official account has finally confirmed that we’ll be able to grab one starting May 10th for $250 with a two-year commitment. This is a solid option for those who have been looking forward to buying the flagship phone but aren’t so keen on how much onboard storage is taken up by the OS itself.
Source: AT&T (Twitter)
Reference source: Engadget