Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Price and Release Date in U.S


Samsung is officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 5 at Samsung’s 2015 Unpacked event in New York on August, 13. The Note 5 is a latest in the flagship line of Note phablets. Galaxy Note 5 is best called a mix of the Galaxy S6 released earlier this year plus the Note 4 from last year. It is a comfortable size and shape, and it is probably be the top Note Samsung’s ever made.

Samsung will simply focus on the US and Asian markets with this Galaxy Note 5, no less than at earliest. There is certainly still a chance that it’ll become officially delivered to Europe in the coming year, however at that time it’ll be quite a few months old, therefore it definitely will not have a similar charm.

galaxy note 5 price

Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will started in August 13, at 3PM EDT. The phablet is going to be available in the USA, unlocked and also through carriers, on August 21. As for the price, Galaxy Note 5 would be placed on the standard $299 on contract via 4 major US carriers, while the unlocked Galaxy Note 5 price need to hover around the 800 EUR or USD tag.

Galaxy Note 5 price and release date in U.S

  • Verizon
Storage 24 months Full retail price
32GB $32 $768
64GB $36 $864

 

  • AT&T
Storage 2-year contract Next 24 (30mo) Next 18 (24mo) Next 12 (20mo) Off contract
32GB $250 $25 $31 $37 $840
64GB $350 $28 $35 $42 $940

 

  • T-Mobile
Storage 18 months 24 months Retail price
32GB $30 $700 $700
64GB $24.00 $28 $780

 

  • Sprint
Storage 2-year contract price Off-contract price
32GB $250 $720
64GB $350.00 $816

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will be available in Black Sapphire and White Pearl – in 32GB and 64GB storage options. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Verizon Wireless will carry the Galaxy Note 5. The device will also be available at Samsung Experience Shops at Best Buy, as well as Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, Costco Wholesale, Inc., Sam’s Club, Target and select Walmart stores. Carriers and retailers will confirm specific pricing and availability as they go.

Source: Phone Arena