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Sprint should sell the Samsung Galaxy S4 32gb and 64gb versions

480 Signatures Goal: 5,000

The currently available Sprint Galaxy S4 is available with only 16 gigabytes (gb) of storage. In reality only about 9gb are available for the end user to store information. The remaining 7gb are used by the operating system and other non-removable bundled software. While the Galaxy S4 does indeed have expandable memory by way of a Micro SD card, this card cannot be used to store applications. Samsung already makes 32 and 64gb versions and one of Sprint's rivals, AT&T, has announced they will offer the 32gb version for sale this Friday (5/10): http://www.androidcentral.com/att-s-32gb-galaxy-s4-lands-may-10-249 I am starting this petition to show Sprint there is enough demand for the higher capacity versions of the Samsung Galaxy S4, arguably one of the most powerful smartphones every sold. Please sign this petition if you believe these higher capacity versions should be sold by Sprint. Thank you.

  • Teresa Garrett
    Teresa Garrett United States, Villa Park
    Dec 26, 2013
    Dec 26, 2013
    I originally wanted the s4 for the space capacity and I was highly disappointed when it was not made available when that was what was promoted when the phone came out. I love apps and the I am already out of space on the 16 gb. It just doesn't seem to be fair to get excited about the phone for these features and it was not available. I was very disappointed. It made me want to go back to HTC.
  • Kala Tillman
    Kala Tillman United States, Portage
    Nov 25, 2013
    Nov 25, 2013
    Please!
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