Samsung Galaxy Note 4 unveils US and UK Release Date, Prices, Pre-orders and Specs; Phablets delivered at doorsteps on Oct. 17
Samsung introduced their latest phablet Galaxy Note 4 recently and the US telecom networks namely, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-mobile, have already announced the availability of the said smartphone.
Android and Samsung fans could have a preorder of the said phablet, for Sprint users, on their pre-order website. The company has unveiled their 2-year contract plan for $350, which will be released on Oct. 17. The phone comes on two colors namely, Charcoal Black and Frost White.
Same goes with Verizon, which set the phone's availability on October 17 for $299.99 per month for 24 months on the Verizon Edge plans and $699.99 without a contract.
AT&T, however, sells the phablet for $825.99 for consumers without contract, and $299.99 offer for a two-year contract. The pre-ordered phones would be on their subscribers' doorsteps on October 17.
T-Mobile consumers may have their pre-orders set starting on September 24 at 9 a.m. EST. The company sells the phablet for $749, without the contract, and $31.24/month for their 2-year contract plan. People may sign up on their website for plans and updates.
Galaxy Note 4 will be hitting the shelves on Retailers Three, Clove, Carphone Warehouse and other shops on September 26 in the UK at around £580-600. These outlets also accept pre-orders, where consumers might want to check out.
Samsung's has completely delivered their best phablets after selling nearly 60 million phablets worldwide during the recent year. Moreover, they proved that the Galaxy Note is still one of the most consumer friendly smartphones. The phone comes with a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display (that goes with resolution details of 2560 x 1440), 515 pixels per in or ppi (this has been a huge improvement on the said smartphone) and Android 4.4.4 Kitkat (the latest on the Android series). The phone is equipped with 2.5D glass, which could be a great satisfaction on Samsung fans.
The phone comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of initial storage; this means people could add space by use of microSD cards -- a helpful feature for 16-megapixel camera sensor that can be useful for photography and videography.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is still distinct for its S Pen stylus with 2048 levels of sensitivity pressure, which comes with Smart Select (a multi-tasking feature).