Verizon now selling 32GB Galaxy S4 online

Verizon now selling 32GB Galaxy S4 online
The U.S.' biggest carrier Verizon, has made a 32GB model of the Samsung Galaxy S4 available online for $299 with contract.

Until this weekend, Verizon only had the 16GB version available for $199.



Of course, the phone has expandable memory via microSD, so the extra $100 to move up a model is definitely not worth it. High-end 16GB microSD cards sell for $10-$20.

Buyers will see their devices ship starting on July 3rd.

Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 30 Jun 2013 21:14
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  • 8 comments
  • Tazer247

    If it is the same as the s3, it can be worth it. Apps can only be installed on the internal sd card, so if you use a lot of apps, you might need it. I have only 1gb free on my 16gb GS3 with around 50 apps total.

    30.6.2013 21:31 #1

  • defgod

    I think it was kind of lame of Google/Android developers to force internal storage for app placement. I use to put as many apps as possible on the micro sd card. Yea they want to say that someone might remove the memory card. But who really does that? I don't know anyone. I personally think it is a hassle to remove the card. I can count the amount of times on one hand that I needed to remove the card for some reason.

    30.6.2013 22:20 #2

  • DVDBack23

    Originally posted by Tazer247: If it is the same as the s3, it can be worth it. Apps can only be installed on the internal sd card, so if you use a lot of apps, you might need it. I have only 1gb free on my 16gb GS3 with around 50 apps total. The S3 did not allow Save to SD? That's heinous.

    30.6.2013 22:33 #3

  • Tazer247

    Originally posted by DVDBack23:
    The S3 did not allow Save to SD? That's heinous.
    Yeah. And it was a surprise to everyone I think. I know they were trying to get a way to get apps over to the external, but I don't think they pulled off getting anything more than the app data over to the external.

    30.6.2013 22:39 #4

  • defgod

    Originally posted by Tazer247: Originally posted by DVDBack23:
    The S3 did not allow Save to SD? That's heinous.
    Yeah. And it was a surprise to everyone I think. I know they were trying to get a way to get apps over to the external, but I don't think they pulled off getting anything more than the app data over to the external.
    I believe that after ICS that if the phone came with internal storage most if not all manufacturers didn't allow the option to save to sd. It may have been a Google thing as well.

    30.6.2013 22:48 #5

  • mukhis

    Originally posted by Tazer247: Apps can only be installed on the internal sd card, so if you use a lot of apps, you might need it. I have only 1gb free on my 16gb GS3 with around 50 apps total.
    yes, more internal memory is a definite requirement since you cannot install apps in external cards unless you root the device that voids warranty, which may not be an option for many.

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    1.7.2013 05:11 #6

  • hearme0

    Originally posted by Tazer247: If it is the same as the s3, it can be worth it. Apps can only be installed on the internal sd card, so if you use a lot of apps, you might need it. I have only 1gb free on my 16gb GS3 with around 50 apps total. You're a retard for saying something so trivial and ridiculously anti-pragmatic.

    50 apps would not eat up 15GB.......unless they're ALL cutting edge, brand new, massively large games.....and I doubt you only have games on your phone. Who knows......with comments like this, I could see you being a phone gaming junky.


    Stop treating your phone like it's an appendage and put it down from time to time and stop hoarding apps you likely NEVER USE!

    1.7.2013 12:27 #7

  • Bigwillyz

    Oh here goes Hearme0 again with his shitty attitude contributing nothing. You really need to get a life and stop trolling to be an ass to people. We don't forget your name and I sure can't forget your wonderful articulate manner of speaking. Leave this site because nothing you say matters and calling someone a retard only proves how "smart" you are

    3.7.2013 16:17 #8

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