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AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 Orders Start Shipping



As expected, AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 pre-orders have started to ship out today, ahead of an arrival that will come a few days before the device’s in-store release date of April 27th.

Read: Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4 Price Tipped by Best Buy.

Yesterday, AT&T finally revealed many of the important details in regards to the Samsung Galaxy S4 release including its in-store release date of April 27th and the fact that it would be rewarding those who pre-ordered with early arrivals. As we reported, AT&T Premier Customers were told that their shipments would arrive on or prior to April 25th and today, we can confirm that AT&T is on schedule.

The AT&T Galaxy S4 has begun to ship to those who pre-ordered.

The AT&T Galaxy S4 has begun to ship to those who pre-ordered.

Gotta Be Mobile has learned that AT&T has begun shipping out Galaxy S4 pre-orders to Premier customers. AT&T said that all customers who pre-ordered before 9AM EST yesterday will receive their device on or prior to April 25th but we still haven’t be able to confirm that that’s the case with any non-AT&T Premier customers.

The Galaxy S4 will arrive on April 25th for Premier customers, at least.

The Galaxy S4 will arrive on April 25th for Premier customers, at least.

At the very least, some Galaxy S4 pre-orders will be heading to doorsteps on April 25th which means that they will arrive just a day after T-Mobile releases the Galaxy S4. T-Mobile will be the first U.S. carrier to officially offer the Galaxy S4 to the public, followed by AT&T and Sprint on the 27th with U.S. Cellular saying that it will release the device in April and Verizon bringing up the rear with a release in May.

Read: AT&T Galaxy S4 Starts Shipping Soon, Hits Stores on April 27th.

The Galaxy S4 will also be heading to a handful of smaller carriers though those carriers, including Cricket and C Spire, have yet to make their official plans known.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 will replace the Galaxy S3 as AT&T’s premier Galaxy S smartphone and it will be doing battle with the likes of the iPhone 5 and the HTC One, the latter of which recently arrived.

Samsung’s Galaxy S4 comes with a 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, 13MP camera, Android 4.2 and new software features from Samsung that make it one of the more appealing handsets on the market.



  1. Arnon

    04/23/2013 at 4:32 pm

    I’m getting my S4 on Thursday from AT&T!!!! Can’t wait!

  2. rmorahome

    04/23/2013 at 6:20 pm

    Would it have been hard for AT&T to allow pre-orders for the 32gb and 64gb models at the same time this would also give them an idea of what they needed to stock? why can’t they be more up front about when they will open up to pre-orders so everyone else doesn’t have to keep checking and have some consideration for the rest of us that don’t want the low memory model. So many people are going to fill up there 16gb models and wish they had waited, all the apps have to run off of the internal system memory so if you download alot of programs you’ll fill up that 16gb in no time.

    • Paul

      04/26/2013 at 6:03 pm

      I definitely agree with you I ‘m not buying anything lower than 32gb!!!

  3. Rmed

    04/23/2013 at 7:48 pm

    buy an Micro SD 64GB amazon for $55.00

  4. rmorahome

    04/26/2013 at 8:14 pm

    Rmed, there are 3 models; the 16gb, 32gb, 64gb this is the internal memory that is used for everything but mainly for the operating system and applications that have to run on this internal memory. The SD memory your talking about is storage memory, where you can store items that don’t need immediate access to the processor like, camera pictures, music and internet cache. I believe Samsung is staging the manufacturing and deployment of these phone models based on demand and pricing to obtain the best quickest saturation of the market, more people will buy the 16gb then the 32gb, and finally the 64gb. Just my thoughts. I’m also not willing to buy anything less then the 32b, I’ve filled up phone memory and had to pick and choose apps to remove because the phone had limited memory available it’s not woth for what I have and want and anticipated requirements.

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