Samsung Galaxy S4 Active gets priced in Europe, won’t be cheap
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active got announced yesterday as the more rugged sibling to the ‘vanilla’ S4. It’s supposed to go on sale in the US and Sweden first, possibly before the end of June, and we even heard a rumor pegging its release date in the UK for July 1. It should then get rolled out to more places after that.
Now that we know a teeny tiny bit about its release schedule, the only big unanswered question left has to do with pricing. Don’t worry, though, for we now have some info about that too.
In the Netherlands, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active will be priced at €649. This will be the recommended retail price, so you may see some variations here and there. Also note that this only applies 100% to the Netherlands. That said, there’s no reason for the price to be very different in the other countries that have the Euro as their currency.
If you aren’t in one of those territories, then only take this price point as a rough guideline. In Russia, for example, the Galaxy S4 Active will probably be more expensive, as phones always are over there (for whatever reason).