Verizon has started offering the 32GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 to its consumers from Saturday, 29th of June. The carrier company is offering the 32GB Galaxy S4 for a price of $299.99 along with a two-year contract.
Finally, the 32GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is here, and Verizon consumers can go ahead and buy the device by paying $100 more as compared to the 16GB version. So from now on, Verizon consumers can either buy the 16GB Galaxy S4 for $199.99 or the 32GB Galaxy S4 for a price of $299.99. Both these versions come along with a two-year contract, so be ready to sign some papers when you decide to buy one.
Fortunately, for those customers who do not want to be bound by contracts, Verizon is also offering the ‘Developer Edition’ of Galaxy S4 for a price of $650. If you are still looking out for more options, you can also check out the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Edition that runs on stock Android and is being offered by Google for the same price.
Apart from the 16 and 32GB versions of the Galaxy S4, Verizon is also offering a number of other variants of the Galaxy S4 for consumers who don’t belong to the regular type. For adventurers and consumers who have an active lifestyle, Verizon is offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, a variant of S4 that is dust proof and water resistant. For consumers who are into photography, there is the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, the cameraphone with a 16MP camera and 10x optical zoom.
In a way, Verizon consumers now have a variety of options to choose from, and the 32GB Galaxy S4 happens to be latest one. The 32GB Galaxy S4 is a very good option for consumers who prefer to or need extra internal storage space. Even though every Galaxy S4 has a microSD card support, not all apps can be moved to the microSD card.