You won't have to go straight through a carrier if you want to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, as Amazon has just announced its own pre-order dates for the newest phablet.
Amazon is taking Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders for $300 with a contract starting today for AT&T and Verizon customers and beginning September 26 for Sprint users.
T-Mobile fans, it seems, will have to go directly to the carrier, but others will have the option to get either the black or white version of the Note 4 straight from Amazon.
Unfortunately the one thing Amazon hasn't been specific about is when the Note 4 will actually ship out, with only a "mid-October" expectation.
Those hoping to grab the Galaxy Note 4 directly from their carriers have plenty of options as well.
AT&T customers can pre-order the Note 4 as of today, with the phone expected to ship out around October 14. The carrier is selling it for $300 on-contract, $41.30 or $34.42 per month on an AT&T Next plan, or $826 without a contract.
Verizon's own Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders are available today as well, with the same price of $300 on-contract.
T-Mobile pre-orders begin September 24, with the phone releasing online and in stores October 17 for 24 monthly payments of $31.24.
And Sprint hasn't yet divulged its own Note 4 pre-order details, though Sprint customers can of course just head to Amazon on September 26.