If you can’t wait to get your grubby paws on the shiny new Note 4, the device is currently in stock on Amazon.
There are a few caveats. The Note 4 is currently only available through resellers, so you will pay a bit more for the privilege of owning Samsung’s new beast ahead of everyone else. Second, there is no warranty, so you are proceeding at your own risk. Third, the model listed is GSM-only, so don’t buy it if you need to use it on Sprint or Verizon.
With these issues out of the way, the Note 4 is available from several retailers, some of which offer international shipping. This is the unlocked 32GB international model of the Note 4 (SM-N910).
Here are some of the lowest priced offers, for the black, white, and gold models (in stock, except the gold model, which ships in 6 to 10 days):
If paying close to $900 for a smartphone is too much for you, operators in the US and Europe will begin carrying the Galaxy Note 4 starting next week, for $200-$299 on a two-year contract. If you still need convincing, our recent Note 4 review may provide just the nudge you need.