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    • Samsung Galaxy S® 4 - White Frost
      Samsung Galaxy S® 4 - White Frost
    • Samsung Galaxy S® 4 - White Frost
    • Samsung Galaxy S® 4 - White Frost
    • Samsung Galaxy S® 4 - White Frost
    • Samsung Galaxy S® 4 - White Frost

    Samsung Galaxy S4

    Introducing the Samsung Galaxy S 4 - where power meets simplicity.

    • Capture amazing photos with virtually no shutter lag.
    • Easily find entertainment with Samsung WatchON and Smart Remote.
    • Navigate your screen without touching it with Air View.

    New device purchase requires a SIM Starter Kit which will be added to your order automatically.


    Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 1588 reviewers.

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    Samsung Galaxy S® 4

    Capture any moment. Keep every memory.

    Simultaneously shoot with the front and rear cameras to snag those “I was there” moments with Dual Shot. Or use Drama Shot to take multiple exposure picture collages. You can even create and share a printable photo book with Story Album.

    Samsung Galaxy S4 13 MP camera

    Control your entertainment

    WatchON™ turns your smartphone into a remote for your compatible TV. It learns what you love and gives you show schedules and personalized program suggestions. And you can open up a world of fun with more music, movies, and games on the Samsung Hub.

    Samsung Galaxy S4 Smart Remote

    Go beyond the ordinary touch

    Hover your finger over photos, files, and links to get an instant preview with Air View™. Scroll a page with a tilt of the phone. Skip to the next song or answer a call by waving your hand. Interacting with your phone has never been so much fun.

    Samsung Galaxy S4 Gesture View

    Achieve more for your health

    Designed to help you stay active and fit, S Health can help you track your workouts, set fitness goals, and monitor your overall health. And you can check your comfort level status for your surroundings based on temperature and humidity. It's easier than ever to stay motivated for better health

    Samsung Galaxy S4 S Health


    Size and Weight
    • 5.4 x 2.7 x 0.3 inches
    • 4.6 ounces
    Operating System and Processor
    • Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)
    • 1.9 GHz Quad-Core Processor
    Battery Life
    • up to 15.5 hours talk time
    • up to 18 days standby time
    Camera, Photos and Video
    • 13MP Camera with 1080p HD Recording
    • 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM
    • Sync methods: Bluetooth, WiFi, USB, NFC
    • 4G Capable
    • 4G LTE Capable
    • Wi-Fi Calling
    Audio and Multimedia
    • T-Mobile TV
    GPS and Apps
    • GPS enabled
    • Quad Band GSM; LTE: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 17; UMTS: Band I (2100), Band II (1900), Band IV (1700/2100), Band V (850)
    Hearing Aid Compatibility
    • M3
    WEA Capable? 
    • Yes
    In The Box
    • Galaxy S® 4
    • Battery
    • Charger
    • Stereo Hands-Free Headset
    • SIM Card
    • Start Guide
    • USB Cable
    Rated 4 out of 5 by to everyone who has done this new update to everyone who has done this new update and been having problems I did it and I was having some problems so I contacted Samsung gave me so troble shooting to try to solve it it kinda worked for me for now but I wanted to see if this will help anyone else who has this problem here are the steps they gave me and you may want to write them down cause u have to power off your device 1. power off device take the battery out put it back in and hold the volume up key and the power key at the same time until u feel a vibration let go of the power key but not the volume up key till the android recovery menu pops up 3.use the volume keys to navigate through the recovery menu to wipe cache partion power key to select 5.after cache clears press power button to reboot Samsung told me should erase everythinmg unessary to the device p.s don't be worry about photos or music will not delete any of that hope this helps anyone December 14, 2014
    Rated 2 out of 5 by Disappointed I bought this phone around the same time the GS5 came out I opted for the 4 cause 5 was almost the same only more expensive. Ot is a cool phone compared to the Moto photon I had but my moto was better. The speaker busted a month after I got it. So sounds is bad now when playing loud. It gets really hot even when iddle up to 111° it burn me two times when having a conversation on the phone 10 mins into tje call. Battery life is very poor. It wolud go down to about 40% in about 3 hours onstand by, with all bells and whistles off. Tech support said it was because of 3rd party apps, which is not the answer I was expecting. I used exactly the same apps I used with the Motorola minus 3 i not longer use and never had this problem. One more thing LTE would never work, it connects but drops it in about 5 minutes. I think this could be a network problem. I guess motorola phones are better. It looks cool, thin profile, good grip, nice pics but just not worth it. I was disappointed 5 short months after I got my new shiny phone. I hope to get me a new one soon just not sure which one : ( December 13, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Prefer way over S3 and even S5 actually Samsung S4 holds up to its name while also its competitors as well. I say this because S4 is far better then S3 as to Camera Quality, MP3, Videos, and extra features. I found through research that the S5 has already went down hill because of a few recalls, this includes the S5 Camera and its data connectivity. So this being said, the S4 Has been out over a year now yet has only had minor issues and for the most part, IN NEWER DEVICES AFTER OCTOBER 2014, the S4 is found to be almost flawless. The battery may not hold up to its contender in the S5 but it still last plenty long enough to get through at least half the day. If you keep power around or a spare battery, such an issue(if any) IS FIXED :-) Take my word for it, the S4 IS WORTH EVERY PENNY!! GREAT WORK!! December 3, 2014
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Phone It was nice I lasted up to 9 hours on the phone and when I was done it told me the battery ran out so how is this a bad phon tell me that. Wowwwww im amazed November 30, 2014
    Rated 1 out of 5 by I got a bad one This is my fourth Samsung Phone, my first S4 and I'm extremely disappointed with ot. Sometimes the screen stays black and I cannot disconnect a call. My texts messages stopped indicating who sent the message and just recently I will lose sound in the middle of a call, sometimes I have to take the battery out to fix it. I've had mostly good experiences with Samsung, I just got a bad phone. November 18, 2014
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Very Slow Well, i got this phone in February of 2014... I'm a big tech geek... I have always had Samsung phones and just continued the tradition. I thought this phone was great at first. Then it reached it memory capacity really fast. And with this update, my phone lags, REALLY bad... Sometimes it freezes and still lags. Gonna get the Note 4 and see how well that goes. November 16, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent phone All in all, I'm extremely pleased with the phone itself. I'm less pleased, of course, with the "bloatware" loaded onto it by T-Mobile, but I expected that going in. Most of them can be turned off, and that gets then out of your way. Some are necessary to the operation of Samsung's interface, so be careful with what you turn off. The display is gorgeous. I never liked watching movies on phones or even small tablets before, because of the poor image quality. Now, I watch movies quite often on my S4, and I'm very happy with the HD quality. Texts and web pages are quite legible. Battery life with the original battery was adequate, at best. I found it needing recharging several times a day, usually at a time when it was most inconvenient. So, I located a high-capacity battery that fir in the phone with no modifications required, and it improved the longevity markedly. Now I usually recharge a couple of times a day, and can plan ahead to when that will be done. The cameras are good. As usual, the front camera isn't as sharp as the back camera (or do I have that backwards? Oh, well, you know what I mean!) That's okay, though, as it's plenty good enough for video chats. The back camera is very good for snapshots and videos, although you will notice some "smearing" in fast motion videos, particularly in less than open sunlight. Wifi coverage is good. I use the wifi around my house, and it changes seamlessly to 4G when I leave the house and go out of range of my wifi network. When I come home, it changes back to the wifi just as easily. Totally transparent and automatic, just as it should be, and it does the same for other wifi locations I have set as "trusted" (work, etc.) The Bluetooth is equally capable. I use it often with earphones and external speakers. The range is typical for Bluetooth; about 30 feet, depending on what's in between the units. That's okay, though, as it isn't supposed to be long-range. Call connectivity is good, as long as you're in an area with decent coverage. That depends, of course, more on T-Mobile's coverage, than anything else, but the phone performs quite well, even in areas of 1 or 2 bars. I rarely have dropped calls in decent coverage areas. Data over the Internet, i.e., email, downloads/uploads, and so forth, is good. If you're in an area with 4G LTE coverage, it's nearly as good as a home wifi network. In a 3G area, of course, it's considerably slower, and if all you can get is 2G - well, go get a cup of coffee. It'll take a while! That's not the phone's fault, of course. I could go on, but this is long enough. I like this phone a lot, and, as long as they keep upgrading it with newer versions of Android as they come out, I'll probably keep it. If it's still available, I recommend you give it a look. November 14, 2014
    Rated 1 out of 5 by multiple problems I am 63 years old and have had mobile phones for 40 years, i take exceptional care of my phone, but the S4 started having problems at 13 months, started with ( no sim card detected, an ongoing problem, then started rebooting several times a day, all apps are up to date, then yesterday phone overheated in my pajama pocket while i was napping, woke up with a red spot on my leg, Samsung customer service wants me to send phone to Texas and they will give me an estimate to repair, I have several Samsung appliances in my home along with a new tv i just purchased, online i have read about similar problems with this phone and Samsung wants to charge me to repair, phone gets expensive when it only lasts 13 months and then they want me to send it out for repair and wait to be notified of repair cost Totally Disappointed with Samsungs reply! December 15, 2014
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    EIP (Equipment Installment Plan) pricing allows qualifying customers to get a new phone with an initial down payment and make monthly payments on the phone for 20 months with no interest charges. For example, if you purchased a new phone for $550 and put $150 down, you pay $20/month for 20 months, plus the low monthly cost of your Value Plan. Value Plan pricing is only available at T-Mobile.

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