There is no doubt the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is going to be a good device. This a top of the range handset but comes with a top of the range price. The Note 4 offers a 5.7-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display. Inside the device is loaded with 3GB of RAM and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 Quad-core processor (clocks at 2.7GHz). You also get 32GB of internal storage (with additional Micro SD slot), a 16 MP rear camera along with a 3.7 MP front shooter. The Note 4 will come running on Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) and comes with a 3220mAh battery.
Samsung recently announced the Note 4 will hit the market in 140 countries before the end of October and over the last few days we have started to see the carriers Worldwide providing more details. South Korea (Samsung’s home market) was the first to start offering pre-orders, while in the US Amazon announced a couple of days ago you can now pre-order the Note 4 on both AT&T and Verizon. Now it seems the UK is next to get the pre-order treatment with the announcement today that UK customers can pre-order the Note 4 on EE. The pre-order system is already live and shipping simply states ‘Delivery within 28 days’.
If you are UK based and want the device then it is currently available on a number of 4G plans. All plans are over a 2 year contract and you can choose between a monthly fee of £40.99 which includes unlimited UK calls and texts in addition to 2 GB data. For this plan the device will cost you £109.99 up front. If you want a smaller initial deposit than you could opt for 1000 free UK call minutes, unlimited texts and 1 GB data for £45.99 per month (or 2 GB data for £48.99 per month). This plan will only cost you £59.99 up front. As you would expect the very cheapest up-front option is the highest monthly option. With this plan the Note 4 will only cost you £29.99 for the device but £55.99 per month. However with this option you do get 5 GB data along with unlimited calls and texts. If South Korea is anything to go by then it might be worth pre-ordering the Note 4 as in Korea the device sold out pre-orders in 3 days. If you are interested then head over to EE or simply click here.