T-Mobile is planning to start selling Samsung Galaxy S 4 starting May 1, as confirmed by reps of the company. They are the first ones to indicate an exact day of launch and others are likely to follow soon.
The carrier will likely ask for a $99 down payment for a 2-year contract of $20 per month, similar to the iPhone 5's contract.
More and more LTE-enabled handsets are being introduced by carriers such as T-Mobile and people now see how much they are going to save using these devices. Other LTE devices that are on T-Mo's list are the HTC One and the BlackBerry Z10. HTC One is also coming soon.
It's Google Play's first birthday and everyone is just excited to share its success with the end consumers. Discounts and freebies await downloaders, with special edition games and other applications to boot. Free music is also available and most apps were updated to reflect Google Play's successful first year. Other applications are also giving away gift cards to those who will download or upgrade today.
It's a happy day for the Android Market spinoff, which many did not expect to catch on very quickly. Unlike the Android Market, Google Play seems to connect better with clients and provides a more distinctive feel in downloading apps, music and others. Furthermore, it looks many times creative and fun than the previous Android Market. Happy First Birthday, Google Play!