Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S4 Zoom just a few weeks ago, which plops a 16MP camera along with a Xenon flash onto the already impressive Galaxy S4. As is usually the case when Samsung unveils a new device, no pricing or availability was discussed at the time, but it looks like we finally know both of those key points for the device.

U.K. retailer Clove has started to take pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, where the retailer expects it to sell for £369, which converts to around $561.43, and expects it to be in stock sometime during the week commencing on July 8. That means in a little over a week, the Galaxy S4 Zoom should be available in the U.K., which hopefully also means it’ll be one step closer to releasing in the U.S.

Samsung is no stranger to global releases as a number of its previously released devices, including the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 10.1, have been made available at the same time globally. Let’s just hope they go with a global release with its Galaxy S4 Zoom.

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