Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which is all set to be released in retail stores across the United States starting 17 October, can also be purchased from the country's major wireless carrier US Cellular from the day of its retail release.
Currently, US Cellular is accepting pre-orders for Samsung's large-screen flagship. Those of you interested in pre-ordering the S-Pen clad Galaxy Note 4 can navigate to the carrier's online store right away.
However, if you are among the more patient, you can wait to buy Samsung Galaxy Note 4 directly from both online and physical retail stores of US Cellular from 17 October.
Do remember to reach stores way ahead of time, as there would be huge crowds thronging brick-and-mortar retail stores of all major carriers across the United States.
US Cellular is offering the Galaxy Note 4 at $299.99 (£188), with a two-year carrier contract, for new customers.
An unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 4 costs a whopping $770.16 (£483) via US Cellular.
Key hardware aspects of Samsung Galaxy Note 4:
- 5.7in AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display, enclosed within Gorilla Glass 3
- Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating system
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor
- 16MP rear camera, and a 3.7 MP front camera
- 3GB RAM
- 32 GB internal storage
- MicroSD card slot for expansion up to 128 GB
- 4G, 3G, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi and microUSB connectivity
- 3,220 mAh battery
According to an earlier report, another of USA's major wireless service provider T-Mobile has reportedly started shipping 'certain' pre-orders.
However, it is not clear whether all pre-orders have been shipped as of now.
This means that T-Mobile can be expected to stick to its earlier shipment delivery date which was 17 October in spite of Galaxy Note 4 facing 'high demand' and 'amazing' prospective customer interest.
If you have pre-ordered a Galaxy Note 4 from T-Mobile, then do log in with your online credentials and check whether your order is in transit at this point in time.
T-Mobile is offering the Galaxy Note 4 under a $31 per month/24 months EMI plan, with $0 initial down-payment.