Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S4, which is arriving on seven different U.S. carriers, will be available at AT&T retail stores starting April 27, the carrier said on its Twitter account Monday. The news follows dates announced by T-Mobile and Sprint, which both revealed the Korean company’s next big handset will launch on April 24 and 27, respectively.
Buyers can still pre-order the device right now—the 16GB model goes for $199 with two-year contract, while the 32GB model commands $250. AT&T’s online store actually says the device will be shipped on April 30, so if you’re planning on picking one up you might just want to get one through an actual store. According to Engadget, if you already have pre-ordered the S4, your device will ship two days early on April 25.