After the announcement in Germany about the pricing of the Galaxy Note 4, here’s the latest update that we’ve got about its availability in the United States. We can already see that Samsung has now accelerated the release of Note 4 is South Korea. And while people in US will get to pre-order the Note 4 from tomorrow, the device will be available by October 17.
Of course it was expected for the carrier networks give their story on this part along with this announcement, and the first one is AT&T, who will be offering the Note 4 at $300 on a contract, which is no surprise to us, and without a contract they will be retailing it at around $830. T-Mobile has offered a much better and lucrative payment option by making it flexible for us to make the payment in installments, which would then add up to $750 after 2 years.
There are many more carriers to announce their pricing in the future, which will be included in this post accordingly. As of now, we can estimate that the Note 4 will usually be around $890 – $999 without a contract (of course), but it will still be a steep price for a smart phone. Not including tech enthusiasts here.