If you head on over to Amazon Wireless this morning, you would find the Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy S III has its price dropped to a mere penny on contract. Few hours later the retailer cut the price on another Sprint’s smartphone, this time it was the Samsung Galaxy Note II. If you are a Sprint enthusiast and you have a desire to have a massive 5.5-inch mobile phone with a stylus, then this deal is right for you.
Learn more about the deal on Galaxy Note II
Amazon is selling the Galaxy Note II for only $99.99 for new Sprint customers who sign up a two year contract. The device is available in two color option: Titanium and White. This is a sweet deal considering the fact that the price is $200 lower than the price at carrier’s store. If you are existing customer you will get the phablet for $199.99 when you upgrade the contract. This is still $100 than at Sprint.
Before you jump in this deal, you must to know that the Amazon will ship the phone within one to two weeks. The devices are not in stock and your purchase will be back-ordered. This is not a good news if you planned to get yourself a new phone for this holidays but it may be worth to wait if you can save $200 on this deal.
Here is quick reminder why the Galaxy Note II is the most popular phablet on market. The smartphone rocks a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD screen, a quad-core 1.5 GHz processor with 2 GB of RAM, 4G fast internet, 16GB of internal storage, 3.100 mAh battery, and that sweet stylus – S Pen. The phone already has Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on board, and is upgradable to the latest software version – Android 4.2.