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Shipping date Galaxy S4 Eastern Europe countries confirmed by SamMobile

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Last updated: April 2nd, 2013 at 09:47 UTC+02:00

Samsung wants to start shipping the Galaxy S4 from week 16 in Eastern Euroe and some other countries, countries like Russia and Ukraine will receive first the Galaxy S4 Exynos variant. The Snapdragon variant will come to whole of Europe first. After a couple of weeks you are able to buy the Snapdargon variant in Eastern Europe too. Samsung will sell the Samsung Galaxy S4 as ”3G enabled” and ”4G enabled” devices. Sadly Samsung Exynos confirmed their own Exynos processor will accept LTE too. We will confirm this later when we received the Galaxy S4 ourselfs. Samsung dropped the Galaxy S4 32 GB version in some Eastern Europe countries. But you will notice this yourself below.

Galaxy S4 3G 16 GB – Black Mist – Week 16
Galaxy S4 3G 16 GB – White Frost – Week 16
Galaxy S4 3G 32 GB – Bl  ack Mist – DROPPED
Galaxy S4 3G 32 GB – White Frost – DROPPED
Galaxy S4 3G 64 GB – Black Mist – Week 24
Galaxy S4 3G 64 GB – White Frost – Week 24

Galaxy S4 LTE 16 GB – Black Mist – Week 21
Galaxy S4 LTE 16 GB – White Frost – Week 21
Galaxy S4 LTE 32 GB – Black Mist – DROPPED
Galaxy S4 LTE 32 GB – White Frost – DROPPED
Galaxy S4 LTE 64 GB – Black Mist – Week 24
Galaxy S4 LTE 64 GB – White Frost – Week 24

We are now in week 14 so over 2 weeks Samsung will start shipping the Galaxy S4 as planned for the end of April.

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