Samsung Galaxy S4 coming to all Australian carriers

Samsung's new Galaxy S4 Android smartphone will be sold through all major Australian carriers

The Samsung Galaxy S4.

The Samsung Galaxy S4.

Samsung's new Galaxy S4 Android smartphone will be sold through all major Australian carriers, it was confirmed today.

Read our preview of the Samsung Galaxy S4 here

The Galaxy S4 is the Samsung's latest flagship Android smartphone and was unveiled this morning at an event in New York City.

The phone retains a similar look and feel to its predecessor but includes a 4.99in full HD display, comes with a 13-megapixel camera and features a number of Samsung-exclusive software features.

While there's been no word yet on an official release date or pricing details, Australia's major carriers have all confirmed they will sell the Samsung Galaxy S4 "soon".

Telstra, Optus, Vodafone Australia and Virgin Mobile have been confirmed among a total of 327 global carriers that will sell the device.

Telstra, Optus and Vodafone have set up online, pre-registration pages for the device, but no pricing has been announced.

Are you interested in the Samsung Galaxy S4? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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Michael Jones


CAN'T WAIT!! Hope they don't have them on outrageous plans like always because I like my plan and have the cash to buy outright!

I am so sick of being screwed by the telco's when is it available for outright sale?



Yes me too sick of the prices these telcos put up its ridiculous I would prefer to buy outright but given the new phones out its a bit hard to fork out $600+ for a new one so would be nice to see them (telcos) be a bit more reasonable for the millions that go on a plan. they are making enough money.



If the USA phones are the same check out E Bay I can source 4 at $US500 each but also don't know what the circumstances surround warranty issues would be, but it shows what a rip off it is if singly around $US850



BB and Michael Jones, do u know what you are talking about? Telcos make very little profit considering they need to buy the phone from the manufacturer and then recoup the cost WHILE remaining competitive in the market. Telstra may have made a lot of money by selling off the copper network but they aren't making a mint on mobiles. Their main revenue stream is from fixed services.

ali bahrami


can't wait to buy galaxy s4



You people wont be happy unless new phones are $0 on a $30 Unlimited plan. Stop complaining. If you want new shiny things you have to pay for them. Stop whining.



I will buy cant weit i hope it will no be expansive



Is it true that it comes available on the 26th of April



I also read that the 26th of April is the release date. Hopefully it is!!
Jimmy, ofcourse we will be happy if brand new phones were on a unlimited plan for $30 p/month, wouldn't you be?

monthesa shearman


I hope as early as you can you can release the Samsung galaxy s4 so i can have it when go back to Philippines please



Hope the phone plans arent outrageous on the telstra network. Cant wait for it, been checking everyday since the announcement back in march.

Adam Nightingale


I love my S3 and the idea of purchasing from eBay etc is appealing but I've had my S3 4G back under warranty already for a board replacement. If the warranty isn't global, you're in trouble. The S3 4G has a pretty high fault rate from my and my customers experiences.



when they say soon... do they mean within a month.. or 3 or 6? Because I can renew my plan in a month and get any phone.. hopefully its out!

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