Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Pre-Orders Start September 19th

We finally get some dates when the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is coming out and looks like pre-orders will be starting shortly for the four mobile carriers  which is T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint and AT&T.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

T-Mobile will start pre-orders on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on September 24 and will be available in retail stores and online on October 17th for $0 down and $31.24 monthly for 24 months.

AT&T pre-orders actually start tomorrow on September 19th with pre-order shipping starting on October 14th. Pricing for AT&T is $34.42 per month with AT&T Next 18, $41.30 per month with AT&T Next 12, $299.99 with 2-Yr contact or you can pay full retail at $825.99. New/Existing AT&T Next customers also get a $100 bill credit for activating new line.

Verizon will also start pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on September 19th and will be XLTE-ready. This is quite a surprise as VZW is usually known for releasing products later and also not liking to have releases around each other such as the iPhone 6 hitting shelves tomorrow. Verizon will be selling the Galaxy Note 4 for $299 with a 2-Yr contract and will be available on Verizon Edge. If you upgrade or activate new line on More Plan you get 1GB data per month for 24 months.

Sprint will start its pre-orders on September 26th while being available at Sprint channels such as online and in-store on October 17th. You can the Galaxy Note 4 through Sprint Easy Pay for $0 down and pay 24 monthly payments of $720. Sprint is hoping you take advantage of their Sprint Unlimited Plan which is $60 and can read more here.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has an improved 2.7 Quad core processor, 16MP camera with OIS, 3.7MP Front camera, and 3,200mAh battery. Updated features included Adaptive Charging for which will get you from zero to 50% in 30mins, improved S-Pen for more of a realistic pen feeling and its 5.7″ SUPER AMOLED display will be providing 2K resolution for vivid and colorful picture quality

Are you going to pick up the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or wait for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge?