Samsung's much-loved Galaxy S4 will be announced for MetroPCS next week, the carrier revealed today in a social media tease.
The Vine video shows a Galaxy S3, then cuts to a plus sign, a large number one, an equal sign and finally a question mark.
There's been no official explanation for the video, but it's not difficult to see what they're getting at.
Do the math
The Galaxy S4's arrival on MetroPCS was first hinted at in an FCC filing back in March.
The carrier's main draw is its pay-as-you-go, contract-free plans. With the launch of the S4, which remains a sexy device months after its initial release, the carrier's less restrictive policies are looking more attractive than ever.
But that also means you'll pay more for the phone upfront, as it's not going to be subsidized with your signature on a two-year contract. That's a trade many are willing to make, though.
We'll look forward to the announcement to find out what model of the S4 MetroPCS will carry, not to mention exact pricing and release date.
- MetroPCS merged with T-Mobile last year, though so far the two brands have remained distinct from one another.