Galaxy Note 4 set to launch on all four major carriers in the U.S.
Just a few hours after Samsung’s official Galaxy Note 4 UnPacked event in Berlin, all four major carriers in the United States have announced that they will be carrying the flagship phablet.
AT&T was the first to speak out, issuing a press release claiming it will be one of the ‘first U.S. carrier’s’ to sell not only the Galaxy Note 4, but the Galaxy Note Edge, too — both of which will be available to pre-order within the next two-to-three weeks.
T-Mobile also published a press statement broadcasting that the Galaxy Note 4 will be available to purchase on its network ‘sometime’ in October, with the Galaxy Note Edge joining the lineup ‘later this fall.’ Potential customers will be able to view both device’s at a number of participating bricks-and-mortar stores from September 4-9.
Sprint‘s press release, merely revealed that the Note 4 will go on sale next month and didn’t mention anything about the release of the much-anticipated Note Edge.
Last up was Verizon who took to its official Twitter page to announce that it will release the Galaxy Note 4 on its 4G network ‘soon,’ and the Edge will be hitting stores ‘later this fall,’ unfortunately, we don’t have any exact dates. You can, however, register your interest on both handset’s starting today, which will guarantee you instant access to the pre-order page when it eventually goes live.
Will you be picking up the Galaxy Note 4 or the Note Edge? If so, which operator will you be signing to? Be sure to let us know in the comments section below.