The Samsung Galaxy S4 launch event is over and the company’s latest flagship Android smartphone has been unveiled to the world. In what would surely be known as a unique event, Samsung showcased the various features of the Galaxy S4. The company says that Galaxy S4 will begin shipping in April. Shortly after the event T-Mobile and Sprint confirmed that they will be offering the US version of Samsung Galaxy S4 to their customers.

In a statement, senior vice president Product Development at Sprint, Fared Adib revealed citing NPD Group data that Sprint was the top seller of Galaxy S3 in the US and that they are excited to bring their Truly Unlimited 4G LTE offering to the Galaxy S4. Additional details about Galaxy S4 on Sprint, including but not limited to pricing, will be made public over the next couple of weeks.  T-Mobile too has confirmed that it will be carrying the U.S. version of Galaxy S4. Their S4 pre-registration page has gone live, and they too say that additional details will be made public in the near future. T-Mobile also has a 4G LTE data offering that its customers will be able to take full advantage of on the new Galaxy S4.

That’s not all though. AT&T and Verizon have also confirmed that they will be offering the Galaxy S4 as well. While the global roll out of the device begins in April, U.S. carriers are expected to initiate roll out in Q2, meaning either May or June 2013.

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