Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 hits Amazon with a hefty price tag

Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Itching to get your hands on the Galaxy Note 4 early? Maybe your feelings towards the device will change when you see its price tag. Three unlocked models have been made available to order from, and they’ll all cost you more than $850.

The Note 4 isn’t officially available in the U.S. yet, so these devices are being distributed by third parties. That doesn’t just mean that you’ll pay a heck of a lot more for them, but you don’t get a warranty, either. If anything goes wrong, then, you’re on your own.

But if you just can’t wait another week to get yours, then the Note 4 is available and shipping now in black, white, and gold. All three are GSM variants — so they won’t work on Sprint or Verizon — and they’re factory unlocked so you can use them with any GSM carrier you choose.

These are international Note 4 handsets with the SM-N910 model number, and they all have 32GB of internal storage. The black model is cheapest at $854.88, while the white model will cost you $868.99. If you want gold, you’ll pay an even bigger premium, with prices starting at $904.48.

If you don’t mind waiting a little while longer, carriers in the U.S. will be selling the Note 4 starting next week, and it’ll cost you just $200-$299 with a two-year contract.