If you plan to get yourself the Galaxy Note 4, but still haven’t made the purchase, you’re in luck since you may still benefit from one of the best deals on the most popular phablet on market. To make some room for the upcoming successor of the great Galaxy Note 4, Samsung announced a new promo called “Notable Savings” significantly cutting down costs of the Note 4. Within the deal the manufacturer offers a $200 online rebate if you purchase the Galaxy Note 4 paying its full retail price before July 26th.
Looking for a new AT&T phone? How do you feel about the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or Galaxy Alpha? Sure they are expensive when purchased outright, but it’s not a secret that quality costs. However, if you feel that quality is what you need, you can have it without paying full retail price at checkout. You don’t even have to sign any long-term agreements as there are other options – you can receive $100 bill credit when you buy the Galaxy Note 4 or the Galaxy Alpha via AT&T Next program.
This Monday, only four months after the great premiere of the even greater Galaxy Note 4, Samsung announced an improved version of their flagship phablet, redefining the concept of ultra fast connectivity. The modified version of the device delivers its future users the world’s first commercial LTE-Advanced tri-band connectivity guarantying download speeds of 300Mbps. In other words the new upgraded Galaxy Note 4 will give the world the LTE connectivity four time faster than the speed of currently available typical 4G LTE services.
Considering how popular smartphones are, they will be definitely one of the most frequently bought holiday gifts. But in the masses of phones flooding the market, it is really hard to pick the right one, the one that will light up the face of the gift recipient. Which one to choose: Android or Windows OS, a bigger phablet or a regular smartphone? There are more such question waiting in the line, we will try to answer at least some of them. In order to help you make a smart decision, we prepared a special buyer’s guide on the hottest phones of 2014 that will make an exceptional holiday gift.
On the mobile market dominated by Android, the rivalry among phone manufacturers is so fierce that choosing the right smartphone is an incredibly hard task. The task is even harder when we want to give the phone as a gift to our loved-one. Which one to choose to make them happy? In order to help you make the proper decision, we’ve prepared the holiday buyer’s guide on the best Android phones of November / December 2014 that may be great gift ideas.
There are plenty of phablets available on the market, some better than others, but if you want a truly premium device, there is only one candidate – the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The phablet is offered by AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. If none of these networks seems right for you, there is another option – US Cellular. The fifth largest carrier in the US is now selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – the best phablet in the galaxy.
Now you can pre-book „the big, bold and brilliant” Galaxy Note 4 from Sprint to make sure you will be among the first adopters
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 goes on sale in the US on October 14th, but it’s already available to pre-book on three major US carriers, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. And just right now, Sprint is joining the pre-order club, giving its customers three options of purchase. But remember that though the Sprint Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders kicked off last Friday, the device is scheduled to start shipping on October 17th.
Pre-orders on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 began on Friday on AT&T and Verizon, and T-Mobile and Sprint will join the bandwagon next week – that’s the good news. The bad news is that the phablet is expensive (which was to be expected given its extremely high-end specification) meaning that your budget will suffer a lot. Or not, if you take advantage of Samsung’s new offer. The manufacturer just launched its ‘guaranteed $200 total trade-in’ program if you buy the new Galaxy Note 4, which will help to significantly reduce the handset’s price.
Buying a new phone is not always as easy as it seems, especially if you have your eyes on one of the most anticipated devices of the year. When demand is higher than supply, stock can dry up in a matter of days which usually means another few weeks of waiting. While there is no indication that something like this may happen to the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Note 4, a little precaution in the form of pre-order certainly won’t hurt. Great news is that you can secure a unit for yourself today as AT&T and Verizon, are now accepting pre-orders for the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phone-tablet hybrid. T-Mobile will do it on September 24, and Sprint on September 26
Samsung announced a new flagship phablet joining the company’s high-end Galaxy smartphones lineup, the fervently-awaited Galaxy Note 4. The device is said to be a refined version of its predecessor launched last year, the Galaxy Note 3. Though it is reported to be deprived of the Note 3’s shortcomings, there are no significant changes in the device’s design and functions. The new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is scheduled to debut later this year and major US carriers including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile promise to add the phone to their list of offerings.
Just yesterday Samsung published next video teaser presenting its upcoming and fervently-awaited Galaxy Note 4. The new highly-rumored device is announced to have its official premiere at the IFA on September 3rd during the Unpacked Event 2014. The Samsung’s new promotional video focuses on the Note 4’s most innovative feature, the S Pen.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha, which went official a couple of days ago, may not be as high-end as it was previously expected, but it does come with one feature that none of Samsung phones had so far – a metal body. And it looks like it might not be the only metal-clad device that Samsung has in store for us. According to the latest rumors, the Galaxy Alpha may actually set a new trend for Samsung handsets and the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 4 are also tipped to arrive with metal frame.
It’s been almost a year since the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 debuted so it’s about time its successor is introduced to the world. Rumors regarding the next-generation Note phablet, known as the Galaxy Note 4, have been tickling our imagination for a while now but the last few weeks have brought a generous crop of details. Now we have a semi-official unveiling date which suggest that the Galaxy Note 4 might be announced on September 3rd. Samsung has just sent out press invitations to its UNPACKED 2014 event.
The awaited Sony Xperia Z3 isn’t the only star of the IFA scheduled for September in Berlin, the whole word is equally curious about the fervently rumored Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4, which is also scheduled to be unveiled during the event. And now just as the latest leaks concerning the Galaxy Note 4 have surfaced, we may except the phone to have all the top-notch features, including a superior body design and 13-megapixel camera.
First half of 2014 has been pretty busy for Samsung but it doesn’t appear that the company has any intention of slowing down. Even though the Galaxy S5 along with all its cousins has been made official, there is one more device that we are impatient to see – the 4th generation of the Galaxy Note phablet. The Galaxy Note 4 is expected to make its debut in September during IFA 2014, which is a little over two months from now so it’s about time to learn some vital details. As if to appease our anxious thoughts, the device paid a visit to AnTuTu revealing key hardware specifications.
Samsung has been making attempts at non-standard displays for some time now. The goal for many smartphone makers is to release a device with a flexible display and that’s what Samsung is aiming at too. The first step was to use a curved display in the Galaxy Round. The phone wasn’t exactly flexible but showed that the technology has its potential. Now it’s time for the idea to unfold. Literally. According to a patent application which appeared online, Samsung is almost ready to use a truly flexible display in an actual device. It may be the first hint how the new Galaxy Note 4 will look like.