The latest flagship phone from Samsung is off to a hot start, but some customers felt slighted when they found out that about half of the Galaxy S4’s internal storage is eaten up by the OS and system files. Samsung’s somewhat curt response was to suggest users buy a microSD storage card, but a new solution presented itself on Monday. AT&T confirmed on Twitter that beginning May 10th, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 will be available with 32GB of internal storage for $249.99 on contract. Presuming the Android OS and Samsung’s apps take up the same amount of memory on the 32GB model as they do on the 16GB version, users who opt for the $250 Galaxy S4 should have nearly 25GB of internal storage to work with out of the box.