Verizon to start offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 in May

19 April, 2013

Verizon has announced that it's going to be offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 to its customers in May. Sadly, a specific date when the device will be available wasn't disclosed.

Out of the short tweet that the carrier posted came the official Verizon-bound Samsung Galaxy S4 in white, sporting the carrier' logo. Pricing remains to be unveiled at a later date, as Verizon tells us to expect "more details soon."

Verizon is one of the seven US carriers to offer Samsung's latest Android flagship. AT&T is already accepting pre-orders and will ship the Galaxy S4 come April 30. The Galaxy S4 will cost $200 for the 16GB model, while the 32GB will set you back $250 (both on a two-year contract).

Keep in mind that the initial stock of Galaxy S4 phones will be of the I9505 Snapdragon 600-powered variety. Further information regarding the I9500 Octa-core units in the US is still unavailable.

Source | Via