The hotly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will finally make its Canadian début on October 24th, and contract pricing for the phablet has been revealed this week.
While the Note 4 comes with a standard retail price of $799.95 outright, Rogers is offering the device for an off-contract cost of $749.99. If you want to go with a two-year Rogers plan, you’ll pay $329 upfront.
In comparison, Bell has priced the Note 4 at a lower $299.95 on-contract. However, if you want to avoid being locked in and buy your device off-plan, you’ll pay the full $799.95 recommended price.
Although off-contract price tags for Telus and Sasktel have yet to be officially released, Mobile Syrup reports that retailer Best Buy lists both carriers as selling the Note 4 for $299 on a two-year plan.
About the Note 4
The Galaxy Note 4 is shaping up to be one of the most impressive Android devices on the market. Spec-wise, the Note 4 is powered by a four-core, 2.7GHz, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, and will run Android’s latest 4.4.4 KitKat update.
The Note 4 features a bright 5.7-inch Qual HD Super AMOLED display with 2560x1440 resolution, and includes a 3.7-megapixel front-facing camera and a 16-megapixel shooter in the rear (featuring Optical Image Stabilization).
There’s plenty of storage space with 32GB as well as a microSD card slot, and the new Ultra Power Saving Mode can increase the phone’s standby time by up to 24 hours, even when your device’s battery is as low as 10%.
Samsung has also updated the Note’s stylus, with a new and improved S Pen offering optimized features that allow for a more natural writing experience.