Samsung Galaxy S4 Developer Edition headed to Verizon, AT&T

Samsung Galaxy S4 Developer Edition headed to Verizon, AT&T


Verizon and AT&T are among the first two carriers lined up to offer the Samsung Galaxy S4 Developer Edition. Thus far these two are the only models that appear to be showing up on Samsung’s site with Verizon getting the SCH-I545 while AT&T will offer the SGH-I337.

Are you considering the Samsung Galaxy S4 Developer Edition for yourself? Why or why not? Would you like to see it offered on another carrier?

In a related note, be sure to check out this post by Anthony who tells us what the S4 with Pure Google could mean to you and I.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Via Phandroid

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  1. LatinoComedian
    May 23, 16:52 Reply

    Could THIS be finally the way that I could get a TRUE, bloatware-free Android experience (and thus Google Wallet) on Verizon? If so, yes.

  2. Kristopher Derentz
    May 23, 16:57 Reply

    Wait … did you guys say Verizon? is this new …. at I/O it was only ATT & TMobile …. Whats going on here? Dont get me excited!!!

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