Well folks, it’s been a long time coming, but Sprint has finally crossed the starting line. In spite of their name suggesting the company moves fast, when it comes to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Sprint are the last to officially start taking pre-orders. Both AT&T and Verizon were first out of the gates in making sure their pre-orders opened on Samsung’s announced pre-order launch date, September 19th. Following this on September 24th T-Mobile joined the race also opening their pre-orders for the note 4. Now with Sprint finally catching up with the rest, US customers have an all round on where (and who) to buy the Note 4 from.
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To try and simplify the Sprint availability, the carrier is offering three standard options to get hold of the Note 4. The first is flat out buying the device and if you choose this option then it will cost you $720. The second option is the standard 2 year contract. With this method the upfront payment is quite a significant chunk (compared to the others) and will cost you $299.99 plus whichever monthly plan you opt for. The last option will allow you to walk out the door with the Note 4 while paying absolutely nothing. This is the Sprint’s ‘Easy Pay’ option. If you go with Easy Pay then you will simply pay $30 per month for 24 months in addition to your service plan monthly cost. Sprint are offering the Note 4 in both black and white options and state they will do their best to get the device to you by Friday 17th October.
Need a quick reminder about the device? You probably don’t but here’s one anyway. The Note 4 comes with a 5.7-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, 3GB of RAM and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 Quad-core processor. You can also expect 32GB of internal storage, Micro SD slot, a 16 MP rear camera along and a 3.7 MP front shooter. The Note 4 runs on Android 4.4.4 (KitKat). So there you go. The Note 4 has arrived and pre-orders are open for AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint. If you opt for Sprint then you will pay either full price, half price (roughly) or no price depending on which option you choose. So who will it be? Who is your choice of carrier for Samsung’s new flagship device? As per always let us know your thoughts (and who you will go with) by leaving a comment. Enjoy the Note 4 guys.