Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Available on Sprint Today!

In addition to AT&T and T-Mobile, Sprint also has the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 available today. Sprint has three options for you to pick up a brand new Galaxy Note 4 today, you can buy it on Contract, Easy Pay, or off contract. If you are buying it on contract it'll be $299 - Sprint recently reduced it from $350 - on Easy Pay it'll be $30 per month for 24 months. But if you want to buy it off contract, it'll cost you $720. Still lower than AT&T, but not quite as low as Verizon. Of course, with Sprint you can get unlimited data, and with their newer plans you'll have an even cheaper bill than before.

The Galaxy Note 4 does have a beautiful 5.7-inch 2560x1440 Quad HD AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage with a microSD card slot, 16MP camera on the back, 2.7MP front-facing camera, along with a 3220mAh battery that should keep you going all day long. It's also running on Android 4.4.4 KitKat (since Lollipop isn't out yet) and the latest version of Touchwiz over top. Spec-wise the Galaxy Note 4 is a beast. Say what you want about Samsung's build quality and their software, but they always manage to pack in the highest-end spec into their flagships, which is something we can't say about every other manufacturer, like Motorola for example.

Also the Galaxy Note Edge is not yet available on Sprint, although we have seen it go through the FCC, so hopefully it'll be available soon. We do know that the Galaxy Note 4 is coming to all four carriers in the US, we just don't know when.

How many of you are looking to pick up the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from Sprint today? Amazon also has them available for you to pick up, if you're interested in Amazon Prime, or are like me and don't want to deal with Sprint's reps in the store.

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