T-Mobile is accepting pre-orders online and at participating T-Mobile stores nationwide for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The phone will be available in stores and online starting Oct. 17.
T-Mobile characterizes the phone as “big, bold and brilliantly distinctive.” It has a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and a new S Pen. It’s also equipped with a “touch-free” frontward-facing camera to easily capture your best selfies. After Apple took criticism that it’s iPhone 6 Plus was bending, Samsung release this video to prove the resilience of their new device. Be warned, it’s a little silly. And to be fair, Apple told CNBC and other media outlets that the bending was “extremely rare” and only 9 customers had complained to the company directly.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 costs $749.76 but T-Mobile is offering zero down and $31.24 a month for 24 months to qualifying Un-carrier customers. Learn more about the Galaxy Note 4 here.
T-Mobile has a second phone, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, coming out this fall (although the date of its debut has not been released). The Galaxy Note Edge will feature Samsung’s first dual display.
On October 15 T-Mobile will the launch the Lumia 530 but you can buy it at Best Buy and Microsoft Stores starting Oct. 5. The Lumia 530 is the successor of one of the best-selling windows phones ever, the Lumia 521. It has a 4 inch display, a 5 MP camera, 4GM memory and personal assistant Cortana. It costs $79.20.