The Samsung Galaxy S 4 U.S. availability details continue to trickle in today, as AT&T has announced when it'll begin accepting pre-orders for the new smartphone and how much it'll be asking for the device. In a post on its official blog, AT&T today revealed that it's planning to kick off Galaxy S 4 pre-sales on Tuesday, April 16. Pricing for the AT&T-flavored Galaxy S 4 will be set at $249.99 with a two-year contract.
There's no word yet on how much storage AT&T's $249.99 Galaxy S 4 will include or when the phone will actually begin arriving on store shelves. Information on the launch of the Galaxy S 4 is still pretty slim at this point, as T-Mobile is the only carrier so far to divulge its S 4 release plans, recently saying that it plans to offer the device around May 1. The good news is that at least AT&T customers now know when they'll be able to reserve a Galaxy S 4 of their very own and how much they'll have to pay for that privilege.