Gold Platinum Samsung Galaxy Note 5 now available from T-Mobile


T-Mobile made some big announcements today with Binge On and Simple Choice Amped, but if you’re a fan of gold phones, the day is about to get even better.

T-Mobile is now selling the Gold Platinum version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. It’s available in 32GB and 64GB capacities, just like the White Pearl and Black Sapphire models, and the Gold Platinum model’s pricing is the same as well. The 32GB model will set you back $0 down and 24 payments of $29.17 per month ($699.99 full retail) on EIP or $0 down and 18 payments of $15 per month with eligible trade-in on JUMP! On Demand. The more capacious 64GB flavor costs $99.99 down and 24 payments of $28.34 per month ($779.99 full retail) on EIP or $99 down and 18 payments of $14.50 per month with eligible trade-in on JUMP! On Demand.

If you purchase your Galaxy Note 5 through T-Mo’s website or through telesales, you can get $50 off your new phone’s price with the promo code NOTE5DEAL.

While the Gold Platinum Note 5 is the same as the White Pearl and Black Sapphire Note 5s that T-Mo has been selling for months now, it’s still nice to see the Gold Platinum version finally make its way stateside. I think it looks pretty snazzy, and it gives would-be Note 5 buyers the option of getting a phone with a splash of color.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Chris

    Damn that thing is ugly. Straight platinum would be cool

    • Fuuuuuuuuu

      Interesting, because every time I take my Note 5 out of my phone case to show people who are curious, they react like someone just showed them a beautiful Greek statue. Little gasps of air and “ooooh, that’s pretty”, is the reaction…100% of the time.

      • Oliver Jackson

        Same here.It’s the sexiest phone on Earth .Beauty and Brains

      • Chris

        You have that color? The phone’s nice, this color is gross.

  • Jay Holm

    Samsung is always first with the boring black & white colors, and comes out with gold later….

    • Fuuuuuuuuu

      Would you rather them release pink, purple, yellow, and green phones at launch? Black, white, gray, and gold are the most common phone colors because those colors go with literally anything. It’s a smart design decision to go with those colors first.

  • Philip

    I got money to get any phone I want. BUT I am still on Note 4 and I am mad with Samsung for what they did with the N5 with no remove battery n sd card. Lets see what happen with Note 6.

    • DoneWithSamsung

      Check out the LG V10. Im feeling the same way as you do.. Don’t want to buy any more Samsungs. Done with them.

    • Jay J. Blanco

      I sucked it up and got the 128GB S6 edge. The build quality is just amazing., the old galaxy’s can’t compare

    • MastarPete

      I hear ya! If my galaxy light hadn’t died out of warranty in early September I’d probably still be waiting for 2016 phones. Grabbed an LG V10 seems plenty powerful, just hope it gets some love from rom devs!

    • Fuuuuuuuuu

      The Note 5 is a FANTASTIC phone. Great battery life, and plenty of storage. I don’t carry around a shitload of stuff on my phone like a lot of you seemingly do, I mean honestly what the hell do you have on your phone where you need more than 32GB of local storage? Do you use your phone like a flash drive and transfer massive files from one location to another? Stop your crying about SD cards and removable batteries. You want advances in technology? Well, non-removable battery and no SD card means slimmer, more portable phone while still retaining screen size.

      I am sick and tired of all the bitching about lack of SD card support. It’s 2015, subscribe to a streaming music provider and online video, it saves you money and none of it counts toward your data allotment anymore anyway.

      P.S. – You SD Card / battery nerds are the minority, which is why Samsung is no longer catering to any of you.

      • J.J.

        im sure the note 5 is a FANTASTIC phone. great battery life as tested by youtuber “L BS” so the battery ONLY cuts out about an hour and a half before the note 4. plenty of storage for you, delete those files and photos, you dont need them. i dont carry around a shitload of stuff on my phone so no one in the world should either. everyone only uses their phone for making phone calls and facebook. you want advances in technology? well non-removable battery and no sd card means slimmer more portable phones that when used the battery dies before its predecessor which is good enough. its 2015, pay more money for a streaming music provider and cloud storage because we know everyone in the world has constant access to data and wifi like i do. a none of it counts toward your data if your 1 of the 60million on tmobile(who cares about the other billion of smartphone users.)
        P.S. your lack of sd card/ non removable battery people are the forced majority, which is why samsung will no longer cater to the forced minority and you will pay $100 tiers pers size and love it.

      • Off the grid

        Constant internet connectivity and security of cloud storage are not guaranteed.

    • Mike

      Well I use onedrive on my note 5 that came with 100gb of clue storage for my music, videos, and photos

  • Jay J. Blanco

    Nice, I would perfer 128GB memory

  • Bradley Karas

    Got my S6 edge + and I love it

  • Alex

    Why only freaking Verizon doesn’t have choices on colors and memory size?

    • Fuuuuuuuuu

      Verizon is the cadillac phone service provider. They’re big, flashy, and only look good in one color.

  • yankeesusa

    This phone looks amazing. I wish i had $700 laying around :) There’s always swappa later on.

  • Lee Bennett

    Damn, I won’t the gold version. Wonder if T-mobile would let me trade in my black Note 5.

    • dcmtnbkr

      Dude, I hate when carriers do this. I’d trade my white one in a heartbeat.

      • Lee Bennett

        Or when Samsung decided to do a promo a few months after launch, so early adopters are SOL.

        • dcmtnbkr

          Not sure if you have JOD or not, but the T-Mobile help Twitter just told me I could use an upgrade for the gold one from the white one. Seems like a good use to me, lol.

      • Ellay

        Yeah me too

    • A-Squared

      Let me know if they do bc i wanted gold too and i am down to swap it out!

      • Lee Bennett

        They said that because I was past my return date I would have to use a JUMP upgrade to get it. Kind of a bummer. They should have just released that color at launch.

    • dcmtnbkr

      Just a follow-up, I was able to use a jump on demand upgrade to go from the white model to the gold.

  • Rajgion Davis

    Is the back metal or glass on the new gold t-mobile note5 ?