Samsung's Galaxy S 4 has already been available at AT&T since April 27th, and now those wanting to get on T-Mobile's new "uncarrier" plans with the new device can do so right now through T-Mobiles online store. The GALAXY S 4 is available now on the carrier, leaving only Verizon as the only wireless carrier to not yet have the phone available.
T-Mobile is selling the phone for a down payment of $149, but you'll eventually be paying full price for it, as you'll be paying 24 payments of $20 per month. This is for the 16GB model in either black or white, and there's no word on a 32GB model just yet, although it may just be a matter of time before we see it appear.
If you're looking to get the new phone in-store, you'll have to wait just a few more days, as T-Mobile won't have the GALAXY S 4 in physical stores until May 1. Then again you probably won't see your newly-ordered GALAXY S 4 unit arrive on your doorstep until that time, so either method won't have you owning the device sooner.
The GALAXY S 4 is Samsung's successor to the Galaxy S III, and it boasts a 5-inch 1080p display and rocks a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor clocked at 1.9GHz in the US version. It also sports 2GB of RAM and has a 13MP camera. It's arguably the company's best phone yet, and you can learn more about it in our full review.