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Verizon Galaxy S4 Nearing Release on April 16 after Sprint, AT&T, US Cellular

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The Samsung Galaxy S4 is the new flagship for Samsung smartphones, replacing the Samsung Galaxy S3. While it features a 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, 13MP camera, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, its release date and pricing is still unmentioned.

As how well Verizon continued to hide specific details about their version of the S4, we at PentagonPost finally squared the mum as one of our sources had the chance to get better information during the carrier’s stop in the FCC on its way to the United States.

As you may already know, Samsung announced the Galaxy S4 in the mid-March at an event in New York. After the event, Unted States’ top 5 largest phone carriers confirmed each arrival for Galaxy S4 in a list that includes AT&T, Verizn, T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular

Because of the emergence of an FCC filing which transcribes the device’s passing on all the tests on its way to Verizon’s LTE network, base on our source, it seems that Verizon’s version of the Galaxy S4 is nearing to a release. It is already confirmed that the Verizon model has the SCH-i545 tag, which utilizes over 700MHZ and AWS frequency from its 4G LTE speed.

There is also an on board HSPA+ 3G for the Galaxy S4. This means that Verizon’s Galaxy S4 is a global device also fitted for individuals that wish to travel outside U.S.

While our rumor suggests Verizon Galaxy S4’s nearing, the FCC filing didn’t disclosed two important information that most people are speculating – its pricing and release date is still far-fetched. So far, we haven’t heard of new rumors regarding the information, and so remains its mystery.

While we are waiting for a hint for the device’s pricing and release date, we have confirmed certain facts that are likely to take place. AT&T and U.S. Cellular are said to be offering their models up for a pre-order on April 16th while T-Mobile later on May 1st. It looks like that May is the probable Month of all these Galaxy variants. However, other carriers like Sprint and Verizon remained silent.

And for the pricing, AT&T has already announced that their Galaxy S4 will cost starting at 249 USD not specifying which storage option. T-Mobile has also announced that their Galaxy S4 variant will start at a 99 USD plan.

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  • http://profiles.google.com/jackson.kenan Kenan Perry Jackson

    Deleting the comments of people who point out inaccuracies in your article is LOW. WOW.

  • Luckychef28

    How is it that TWICE NOW (THREE TIMES NOW!) comments correcting your article have been removed in the past 2 days? On top of that you BLOCKED me from posting comments using my Gmail account! REALLY?! Your article is littered with inaccuracies and you should respect people helping to provide the correct information. Second, actually as a guiding principle, a “news agency” should have the utmost respect for free speech.

    Goading people in with a headline that falsely suggest Verizon is releasing/offering per-order for the Galaxy S4 is cheap. To quote your own article full of contradictions:

    SOUNDS PROMISING: “…PentagonPost finally squared the mum as one of our sources had the chance to get better information during the carrier’s stop in the FCC …”

    WAIT, THIS IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE: “While our rumor suggests Verizon Galaxy S4’s nearing, the FCC filing didn’t disclosed two important information that most people are speculating – its pricing and release date is still far-fetched.”

    THE TRUTH. YOU HAVE NOTHING SPECIAL TO REPORT: “It looks like that May is the probable Month of all these Galaxy variants. However, other carriers like Sprint and Verizon remained silent.”

    Again, your title is misleading, as your “source” gave no information…is your source Google? Couldn’t be because, Google tells you AT&T is selling the phone for $199/16GB and $249/32GB.

    4/7/13, 10:48am EST – I posted. They deleted it by 4:45pm

    4/7/13, 4:56pm EST – Let’s see how long this one takes. It only takes me seconds to copy and paste this.

    Please, feel free to contact me, jackson.kenan@gmail.com

    • Cooper Wade

      Not to mention the very misleading article title. Preach good sir!!!

  • sergei

    “we have confirmed certain facts that are likely to take place.”

    Do you have any idea how idiotic this statement is?