Samsung's latest phablet offering, the Galaxy Note 4 officially hits stores in the United States this Friday, October 17th. If you are one of those itching to buy the newest Galaxy Note device, here is your guide.
First up, here are the price and availability details of the device as offered by the four major carriers in the US.
The 32-gigabyte edition of the Galaxy Note 4 is available for $299.99 with a two-year agreement at AT&T. The carrier is also giving its customers a chance to sign up for AT&T's Next plan, which offers the Samsung phablet for $0 down and monthly payments of $34.42 for two years. Or, customers can also choose an option that offers the device for $0 down and monthly payments of $41.30 for a period of 20 months. Those who want to get the Galaxy Note 4 without a contract will need to pay $825.99. AT&T only offers the black- and white-colored versions of the phablet.
You can get the 32-gigabyte Galaxy Note 4 from Sprint for $299.99 with a two-year agreement. Sprint also offers its customers the Easy Pay plan, which sells the Galaxy Note 4 for $0 down and monthly payments of $30 for a period of 24 months. Non-contract, the device has a full retail price of $720. Available colors from Sprint are only black and white versions.
T-Mobile offers the 32-gigabyte Galaxy Note 4 for $0 down and monthly payments of $31.24 for 24 months via its Simple Choice plan. The full retail price for a non-contract Galaxy Note 4 in T-Mobile is $749.76. Black and white models are the only units available.
The 32-gigabyte Galaxy Note 4 is offered by Verizon Wireless for $299.99 (two-year agreement). Those who will sign up for the carrier's Edge plan can get the device for $0 down and monthly payments of $29.16 for 24 months. Without contract, the Galaxy Note 4 sells at $699.99. Verizon only pushes the black and white versions of the phablet.
Outside the Big Four wireless carriers, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is also available from other sources with varying pricing and availability:
Amazon.com -- 32-gigabyte edition is available for $299.99 with a two-year agreement via AT&T/Sprint; International unlocked model is available for $850 (not compatible with Sprint or Verizon, no LTE, no warranty); Gold model is available for $904
Best Buy -- 32-gigabyte edition is available for $299.99 with a two-year agreement via AT&T/Sprint/Verizon
Costco -- 32-gigabyte edition will be available starting October 24th for $299.99 with a two-year agreement via AT&T/Sprint/Verizon
Sam's Club -- 32-gigabyte edition is available for $799 without contract
US Cellular -- Black 32-gigabyte edition is available for $299.9 with a two-year agreement. Off-contract price is $770.16
Walmart, Target, and Walmart are also expected to offer the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in the weeks to come.
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