Looks like Samsung is ready to pull the trigger on its next-gen phablet, announcing the official release date for the upcoming Galaxy Note 4: October 17th. Pre-orders will be in full effect starting tomorrow, which is coincidentally the same day that Apple will start taking reserves on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The company is offering a “guaranteed total trade-in of $200” on working smartphones towards a pre-order on the large handset. So even if you swap out a cheap smartphone only worth $50, you’ll still be warranted two Benjamins towards the purchase of the Galaxy Note 4. Pretty sweet deal!
Black and white models of the Galaxy Note 4 will be made available on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and US Cellular with pricing being determined by the carriers. T-Mobile’s already come out the gate suggesting it will offer the phone off-contract at the price of $750 for no money down and monthly payments of $31.24 over two years.
Get your pre-order in tomorrow, people!