Where to buy Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4


A week later than Samsung had originally planned, the new Galaxy Note 4 has today officially landed on UK shores. As far as we’re concerned, the 5.7-inch behemoth is the best big-screen phone you can get your hands on at the moment, with a gorgeous, pixel-dense display and all the power you can manage. And thanks to various software tricks, it’s not much of a chore to use one-handed, despite its beastly dimensions. Phablet fans waiting on the newest Note from the pioneer of the super-sized handset now have that all-important decision ahead: to buy or not to buy? Well, join us below as we investigate where you can get one, and how much of a dent the many options are going to make on your bank account.

EE Three Carphone Warehouse Buymobiles
Cheapest contract (with upfront) £15 (£460) £38 (£99) £25 on EE (£200) £25 on EE (£240)
Cheapest contract (no upfront) £49 £43.50 on Voda 4G £46 on EE
Pay-as-you-go £530 £600
Unlocked (SIM-free) £650

A new addition to the Galaxy Note series is usually a high-profile affair, and yet a couple of the big carriers are slightly behind the curve when it comes to updating their online stores with pricing and availability details. O2 is still listing the Note 4 as “coming soon,” while Vodafone’s keeping mum. We’d be surprised if both networks weren’t featured in the above table by the end of the day, but we’ve reached out to both to try and speed things up a bit.

Source: Engadget - Read the full article here

Author: Daily Tech Whip

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