Yesterday we reported on a rumor that Samsung could launch the Galaxy S4 in different versions, with one version featuring Samsung’s new Exynos 5 chipset, while the other will sport Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600. Now according to the folks at SamMobile, they have additional details about the Galaxy S4, claiming that there will 6 variants of the Android handset. Before you get too worked up, fret not because these variants are not processor variants, but rather different storage options and colors. Unsurprisingly the Galaxy S4 will come in two colors – white and black, and they will be available in three different storage options each.
The smallest storage option starts at 16GB, followed by 32GB and finally 64GB. For the most part we expect that storage won’t be a problem with the Galaxy S4. Since microSD card slots have typically come with Samsung’s Android handsets, you could get yourself a 16GB model and augment it with a 32GB microSD card slot, saving yourself some money in the process. Then again we guess there are some users who need the storage and might go for the 64GB model augmented with a 32GB microSD card. Either way hopefully all will be revealed on the 14th of March, so stay tuned!