There's some good news today for AT&T customers that are interested in the Samsung Galaxy S 4 but are concerned that the 16GB model may be a little cramped. AT&T just announced that it'll begin offering the 32GB version of the Galaxy S 4 on May 10 for $249.99 with a two-year contract. The 16GB Galaxy S 4 is currently available from AT&T for $199.99 in both White Frost and Black Mist. It's not yet clear if AT&T will offer the 32GB model in both colors as well or if it plans to only sell one version.
Now that the Galaxy S 4 has started to arrive on store shelves and in consumers' hands, some buyers have complained that nearly half of the 16GB model's internal storage is taken up by system software. A microSD card can help to add a bit more space to the unit, but the fact that Samsung doesn't let Galaxy S 4 users install apps to the memory card means that app hoarders and heavy gamers could still run into storage woes. That's where the 32GB Galaxy S 4 could come in handy. Now that it's got an official launch date, how many of you plan to spring for this more capacious Galaxy S 4?