Following the Galaxy Note 4‘s launch, seemingly the only release detail that was up in the air was the date. However, once US carriers began accepting pre-orders for the smartphone, Sprint was the odd man out in a very odd way. Typically, the new generation of any modern phone carries with it the same price tag as did its predecessor; which made the $349.99 price tag of the Sprint Galaxy Note 4 cause some confusion. As it turns out, Sprint has now joined fellow major carriers AT&T and Verizon in offering the handset at a subsidized price of $299.99 (with a two year contract).
The off-contract price remains at $720, and the Easy Pay option is still the cheapest of the major carriers with a monthly cost of $30 for 24 months. One additional point of interest though, is what course of action Sprint will choose to pursue with those who had pre-ordered the phone prior to this announcement. They will either honor/credit the $50 difference upon shipping (ship date is still around Oct. 17th), or they will consider the $50 a premium for having been able to pre-order it first. We’ll have to wait and see.
By now you are all aware what the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 brings to the table; a 1440×2560 resolution Super AMOLED display, update cameras, top-of-the-line processors, and an improved S Pen. The wait is almost over. Pre-order it on Sprint here.