AT&T announced last week that its version of the Samsung Galaxy S IV is going to cost $250 with a two-year contract, which is $50 more than is typical for a high-end smartphone. The telecom has now issued a clarification that lowers the starting price.
The telecom now says that it will charge $250 with contract for the version of Samsung’s next flagship smartphone with 32GB of internal storage. A version with 16GB of storage will be $200 with contract.
AT&T is going to start taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S IV on April 16. Even with this new clarification, the carrier still has not announced when it is actually going to introduce this product.
All of the top U.S. telecoms are going to begin offering this handset in the coming weeks. The only one that has announced a release date is T-Mobile, which says it will have it on store shelves on May 1.
To learn more about this much-anticipated device, read our Samsung Galaxy S IV Hands-on Preview.