As announced by T-Mobile a few days back, the Galaxy Note 4 is now available to pre-order for delivery by October 17. It costs $749 full retail, or $0 down and $31.24 per month on EIP.
I got my hands on the device at its launch event at the beginning of the month, and I was impressed by the build quality and display. It’s easily the best looking, and best-built Samsung device on the market. Perhaps the best Samsung device ever. And as someone who traditionally isn’t impressed by Sammy, that’s high praise. The metal frame and soft-touch back combine perfectly to give you a device that not only feels sturdy and durable, but comfortable too. And that QuadHD display blows the LG G3 out of the water in terms of color accuracy and sharpness. It’s fantastic.
Interestingly, one of our readers got in touch who’d already place their pre-order. And despite the official release date being October 17th, their order confirmation shows a shipping date estimate of October 2. Fifteen days early than the date the device is supposed to go on sale. Whether that’s an error, or accurate, we’re yet to see. After the iPhone 6 fiasco, it’s hard to assume anything is going to go smoothly.
UPDATE: Delivery date will be the originally announced October 17th. T-Mobile got in touch to clarify:
“T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders will actually ship on October 17th when the device launches nationwide. We are following up with customers individually to confirm their shipment information.”
Are you pre-ordering a Note 4, or has Apple got your money this year?
Head on over to the Galaxy Note 4 product page to pre-order.