Yes, all of you desperate to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy S4 should be able to do so shortly. U.S. carriers have already started announcing the smartphone, so American customers can soon start pre-ordering this device. Last week, AT&T stated that customers can begin pre-ordering the Galaxy S4 starting from April 16, which is available at $249 with a two-year contract.

Although customers found the price rather steep for the phone, the company has now clarified that the 32 GB model will be available at $250, while the 16 GB model will cost $199.99. So if HTC was celebrating that the Samsung flagship was priced higher and could possibly improve sales of the HTC One as a result, well, that doesn’t hold true anymore.

HTC is offering its flagship smartphone’s 32 GB model for $200, but we doubt if storage space should be that important a criteria when choosing a smartphone, especially when the Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with a provision to expand memory using microSD cards. While Samsung is yet to announce the phone’s release date, we doubt if its fans would mind the long wait for the Galaxy S4.