Samsung has done a phenomenal job at keeping the Galaxy S4 under wraps, maybe better than any device before it. We are but two weeks away from its unveiling in New York and have yet to see a glimpse of the phone other than a couple of shadowy pictures that show off a boot screen and a squared off exterior. But as we inch closer, details will certainly surface here and there.
In the case of storage and color options, we’re hearing new reports that seem to confirm previous reports. The device is still said to drop in both black and white (no more Pebble Blue?). Each color will come with three different storage options: 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB. The device, like all of Samsung’s previous, will sport a microSD slot which will likely hold 64GB cards.
Here’s to hoping the 64GB version is available at launch…or any time for that matter. Also, keep in mind that there may be some sort of exclusive color option on a carrier or two. We’ve seen all sorts of color variants in the Note 2 and Galaxy S3, something Samsung will likely mimic again with this launch.
Thoughts on Samsung going back to black instead of blue? Which size would you most likely pick up?