Walmart-owned Asda and Tesco are showing their ambitions to crack the booming and lucrative UK smartphone market by participating to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Both supermarket giants have put up registration pages; Tesco through its Phone Shop (opens in new tab), while Asda’s banner indicates that it will sell phone either on PAYG or on SIM-Free (as it is already the case for the Galaxy S3).
As expected, most of the other major players, Phones4U, Carphone Warehouse, Three (opens in new tab) and EE (opens in new tab) (including T-Mobile and Orange) have started taking registrations for those interested by Samsung’s new flagship handset. Vodafone and O2 however have yet to put up any registration page.
ITProPortal will be covering the event as it happens. For now, why not check out where we think the Samsung Galaxy S3 went wrong and what we believe the Samsung Galaxy S4 must do better.
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