Reminder: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Can Be Pre-Ordered today on AT&T and Verizon


Samsung announced yesterday that pre-orders for their latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 4, would begin on Friday, September 19th. And guess what today is? Well it's September 19th. So go and get your pre-order on. Right now only AT&T and Verizon are taking pre-orders for their variants of the Galaxy Note 4. T-Mobile and Sprint will start theirs next week. We've got more info on that down below. The Galaxy Note 4 has a 5.7-inch 2560×1440 resolution AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage with a micro SD card slot, 3200mAh battery, 16MP and 3.7MP cameras for the back and front respectively, Android 4.4 KitKat on there and of course the almighty S Pen. By all means, the Galaxy Note 4 is a beast, and that's about what we've come to expect from Samsung with their Galaxy Note line of products. Even looking at the Galaxy Note 3 last year, it was the first to have 3GB of RAM.

So what about pre-orders and pricing? Well we're going to break it down by carrier here.


AT&T: Pre-order starts Sept. 19th (Today), $850 full retail or no commitment. $299 on a new two-year contract, or $34.42 monthly if you choose AT&T Next.

Verizon: Pre-order starts Sept. 19th (Today), $699 full retail or no commitment. $299 on a new two-year contract, or $34 monthly on Verizon EDGE.

Sprint: Pre-order  starts Sept. 26th, $720 full retail or no commitment. Or $30 monthly on Sprint's Pay As You Go plans.


T-Mobile: Pre-order starts Sept. 24th. $749.96 full retail or no commitment. Or $31.24 per month with $0 down.

So there's all the info for pre-ordering on the four largest carriers in the US. All of them appear to be releasing on October 17th, with pre-orders perhaps getting a bit of a jump start here, by a day or two. Pre-orders are now open for two of the carriers. So how many of you are going to be picking up the Samsung Galaxy Note 4? Let us know in the comments below.

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