Samsung Galaxy S4 Developer Edition available for Verizon at $649

Samsung Galaxy S4 Developer Edition available for Verizon at $649

Back in May, we told you that developer edition of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is headed towards AT&T and Verizon, and we might see it soon. And guess who won the race? Samsung officially unveiled the developer edition of the famous smartphone for Verizon, and it is available for $649 directly through Samsung’s online store. Everything under the hood is just like the original version, it just comes with unlocked bootloader and no bloatware.

GS4_Verizon_Black_400x400_large1_clSamsung has a special love for developers, hence a special device just for the developers. Carriers probably have something against no bloatware and a fully unlocked bootloader, like the AT&T and Verizon Galaxy S4 can be unlocked and turned into a developer phone, but the carriers just don’t approve it. Although, there’s a way to do it, and that is hacking, but that is dangerous and will definitely void your warranty. We are not encouraging you to do it, only just telling you about the options. So if you are not a hacking type person yet looking forward to a developer edition of Galaxy S4, then here it is!

Are you planning to grab the Galaxy S4 Developer Edition, or is it just too heavy on the pocket? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Samsung via AndroidandMe

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