It has only been a couple of weeks since the Samsung Galaxy S5 was officially announced. Though there’s quite a bit of wait involved in getting it in our hands. Samsung will release Galaxy S5 on April 11th and all major U.S. carriers are going to offer it. An internal T-Mobile memo has appeared online. It hints at the possibility that Magenta is going to offer both 16GB and 32GB flavors of the next generation Galaxy flagship.

This would be music to the ears of T-Mobile subscribers, although there appears to be a caveat. The memo reveals that only the 16GB model is going to be sold in T-Mobile’s retail stores. Customers looking to purchase the 32GB model would apparently have to do so online. The memo doesn’t give a reason why 32GB models won’t make it to stores.

So far it is not known how much the Galaxy S5 is going to cost. Prices will be determined by carriers, although Samsung is yet to reveal how much the unlocked “international” variant will go for. Rumors suggest that Galaxy S5 might be priced lower than Galaxy S4, but there’s no official indication of that.

The Galaxy S5 is Samsung’s 2014 flagship. Touting a 2.5GHz quadcore processor, the 5.1 inch full HD Super AMOLED display touting smartphone has already received over 300,000 signups on T-Mobile.

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Samsung Galaxy S5
1920x1080 Super AMOLED
Price (approximative)
~$380 - Amazon
16 MP
F2.2 Aperture Size
Image Stabilization
145 g
2800 mAh
Removable Battery
Launched in
Snapdragon 801 + MicroSD
Storage (GB)
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