Some time ago we’ve told you that Deutsche Telekom aka T-Mobile will be launching the Galaxy S4 LTE-A as soon as its updated LTE network goes live in Germany. And voila, the network has been upgraded and so is the carrier’s portfolio.
The LTE-A-enabled version of Sammy’s flagship phone, which also comes with a faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip, is now available for 650 EUR. That price gets you the phone sans any strings attached, but you’ll need some minutes, texts and data with it, nonetheless. If you, however, commit on a two-year contract, you can get the phone for as little as 1 EUR, depending on the plan you choose.
Aside from Germany, the Galaxy S4 LTE+ has also been unveiled in Sweden, where it’s called Galaxy S4 with 4G+. Over there, it will start selling in mid-November for 6,000 Swedish kronor, the amount that translates into roughly €684.
We’re still unsure whether the “regular LTE” version of the Galaxy S4 with Snapdragon 800 chip will be released or not. Since most places around the world lack LTE-Advanced, Samsung would be crazy to miss the opportunity… or so we think.
[Via: Unwired View]