Most Verizon Wireless customers had a bit of a wait for Samsung’s Galaxy S4, but as of Wednesday, it’s now available on their 4G LTE network.
Samsung’s flagship device has been in the news quite a bit recently, most notably today, when they reached 10 million units sold in less than a month, with an estimated 4 sales per second. New models are rumored to come soon as well, including the S4 Mega, S4 Mini, and the rugged, military-grade S4 Active.
We gave the Galaxy S4 our Editors’ Choice award when we reviewed it last month. If you’re a Galaxy S3 user and you’re looking for a comparison, we’ve got one right here, and if you’re trying to decide between the Galaxy S4 and the HTC One, we’ve got you covered there as well. We’ve also got a troubleshooting guide, an accessory guide, and an in-depth look at the device’s camera.
One thing to keep in mind while shopping is that the only model of the Galaxy S4 currently offered by Verizon Wireless is the 16GB version, so you should be prepared to discover only about 8GB of usable space out of the box. You can root the device to uninstall any unwanted apps, or you can buy removable microSD cards with up to 64 gigs of space, but some apps can’t be installed on microSD cards. Google Drive offers a sizable amount of free online cloud storage, as do several other services.
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