Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon have all been taking pre-orders for Samsung's next big thing for a few weeks now. In fact, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is going to be launching this Friday at a lot of retailers. Including Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Best Buy and others. However, you can now add US Cellular to the list. US Cellular is now the fifth largest carrier, and they are a regional carrier, so they may not offer service in your area, they are mostly mid-west and are pretty big in Chicago.
US Cellular is offering the Galaxy Note 4 for $299.99 on a new two-year contract. Or you can pay $32.09 per month for 24 months. Because like their competitors, they too have gone to a payment plan. If you just want the Galaxy Note 4 without a commitment, it'll cost you $770.16. Which is a bit expensive, and surprisingly, Verizon still has the cheapest Galaxy Note 4 off contract. With AT&T being the highest. Surprising that it's not the same price at all the carriers here in the US.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be making it into a bunch of other countries on the 17th as well. Additionally, we should be getting a review unit of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 pretty soon so we can do our full review of the device. The Galaxy Note 4 hasn't changed a lot from the Galaxy Note 3, but it has added in some of the design aspects that the Galaxy Alpha brought us. So we're looking at a faux leather back on the Galaxy Note 4 with aluminum sides. Which if it's anything like the Galaxy Alpha, you're going to love how it feels in the hand.
Just a few more days before the Galaxy Note 4 is in the hands of millions and millions of customers. How many of you have already pre-ordered your Galaxy Note 4?