T-Mobile Posts Pre-Registration Page For The Galaxy S 4, Sadly No Date

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T-Mobile is excited to partner with Samsung to bring the Samsung Galaxy S™ 4 to our customers. We look forward to sharing more information soon; meanwhile, please visit our Samsung Galaxy S 4  pre-registration page.

Stay tuned for more hands on video and pictures later!

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  • 832 Mike

    Booooooo boring phone staying with note 2

  • mreveryphone

    Nice 4G LTE Symbol

  • NYCTheBronx

    I hope T-Mobile sells this in the colors of White, Titanium, Pebble Blue, Red, Brown & Black just like how Verizon and AT&T sells their Samsung Galaxy S III. Samsung Galaxy S IV all the day! 4G LTE come out already! Also can’t wait for Key Lime Pie and news from Google about the Nexus 5. What a great Q1 of 2013. It’d be pointless if people would buy T-Mobile’s Revamped Samsung Galaxy S III LTE. S IV has better specs and .1″+ screen difference.

    • they didn’t announce any colors beyond white and black.

      • NYCTheBronx

        Dang it.

        • lol no worries it happens .. I don’t think I ever read that.

      • NYCTheBronx

        Wasn’t T-Mobile supposedly going to sell a red or brown color of the Samsung Galaxy Note II? I think I read it here somewhere or on another website.

  • Only a bottomfeeder would carry.

  • John

    I already have my S3 and I’m happy with it. But I’m sure T-Mobile will be the most expensive of all carriers…sigh….again. And will probably one of the last to get it as well.

    • I think it’s a given they’ll charge more than any other .. that’s unfortunate too.

    • g2a5b0e

      T-Mobile got the S3 & the Note 2 before any of the other carriers, so you’re probably wrong about that. Also, like most people that are T-Mobile customers, I don’t mind paying a little more upfront for a phone because I know how much more I’m saving on my monthly bill than I would be with the other three. Get with it.

      • MatthewMurawski

        Exactly. I’m gonna buy this phone full price knowing I only have the pay $30 a month for my service.

    • NYCTheBronx

      Seriously? Have you been paying attention to T-Mobile this last 6 months? They were the first U.S. carrier to sell the Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Galaxy Note II. They were also the first U.S. carrier and currently only carrier to sell the LG Google Nexus 4. They tried to sell the HTC One first like today but I think AT&T is also selling the HTc One as well today. They are currently trying to be the first carrier to sell the Blackberry Z10 LTE and were the first to sell it to business people a couple if days ago. Finally, T-Mobile is putting a lot of things first. Just pay attention.

  • NYCTheBronx

    And I hope Samsung changes their policy on moving apps to our SD cards on some of their selective phones like my Samsung Galaxy Note II. I ran out of memory because I have tons of games. I couldn’t even move my apps on my 64GB micro SD card. Samsung, fix your policy and I’ll be able to use my memory card. Oddly, I can move apps toy SD card with my Galaxy Note but not my Note II. Me buying a 64GB Samsung Galaxy IV + Samsung changing their policy on moving apps = 64GB micro SD card + 64GB internal storage = 128GB of internal storage and that makes me happy. And by the time T-Mobile sells Tue Samsung Galaxy S IV, we’ll have 4G LTE and it’ll be a breeze downloading those huge games like Asphalt 7 and Need For Speed. :)

  • Yoda

    The phone looks awful like an enlarged version of the T-Mobile GS2, especially that thick ring of fake chrome on the side…yuck. All the software updates are pretty much just gimmicks (lacked that wow factor), and the US version will only be equipped with the now-outdated Snapdragon S4 Pro…sigh…gonna go after the HTC One this round.

    • g2a5b0e

      No. It’s a version of the Snapdragon 600 called the Fusion Pro. Not outdated at all. The HTC One will have the same processor, although a lower clocked version.

    • dats

      Ohhh so crying

  • None

    Does that dime-size camera on the back use gorilla glass or something. As the size of the camera cover increases, they are going to start needing protection as well. HTC One looks to have a very large camera area too. How are manufacturers expecting us to protect them?

    • g2a5b0e

      That’s actually a very good point.

    • NYCTheBronx

      Nice catch. Forgot about the camera lense. Try otter box defender case. That should do the trick.My MyTouch 4GvSlide has a big camera lens and there’s a few scratches on it. :/ I’m going to get a mugen battery for my Samsung Galaxy S IV lol. LTE is going to duck the battery like crazy.

  • superg05

    didn’t they say April?

    • NYCTheBronx

      If so, then I would be very happy.

  • sam

    release the GS5 now. it should have 3 GHZ and 21 MP camera.