After the lunch details of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the United States, it’s time for the people living in Australia to find out when the device will be released in their country and how much it will cost.
Those of you who are Australian citizens and are waiting for the Galaxy S4 to be released will be happy to hear that Samsung has officially launched the smartphone in the land down under at a press even held in Sydney. The company has also given details about the device’s availability.
So, you will all be able to purchase the Galaxy S4 from the Samsung Experience stores located all over the country as of tomorrow, April 24, according to online publication AusDroid. The bad news is that the handset can’t be bough by the individuals who are low on cash as the 32 GB version of the phone will be sold at a steep price of $899.
In case you want to buy the Galaxy S4 from a local carrier or other retailer, you will be able to do that starting April 27. The smartphone will be available at all major Australian mobile operators including Optus, Telstra, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile, as well as at retailers Harvey Norman, Mobicity, Kogan, and dMAVO.
If you want to be sure you’ll get your hands on the device, you can pre-order it as the carriers are expected to offer it as of tomorrow. We’re not sure which network will offer the Galaxy S4 for pre-order the next day, but as soon as we’ll find out we’ll let you know.
Slowly, the Galaxy S4 is making its way into all the worldwide markets, and we are interested to see if the company will manage to sell 100 million units as it previously stated.