As the world prepares itself to greet the new Samsung Galaxy Note 6, price cuts have already started ringing as far as older Samsung Galaxy devices are concerned.
To be more specific, the release of Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will greatly affect the market being held by Samsung Galaxy Note 5. However, to ensure that a lot of Galaxy Note 5 devices are still being used even with the launch of its successor, the device is now on offer for as little as $99.99. Yes, you read it right, but as always, there is a catch.
The deal on Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is available on Best Buy. In addition, the deal is being offered in conjunction with American giant carriers Verizon and Sprint. The deal further applies to the 32GB variants of the Galaxy Note 5 alone and has nothing to do with the 64GB variant.
Usually, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 sells at $249.99 when bought on a two-year contract. However, the new deal means that anyone buying the phone on Verizon Wireless or Sprint and then activates a two-year contract will be only be asked to pay $99.99.
This is not the only deal on offer here for enthusiasts of Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Best Buy is also offering a free gift card for anyone who buys or leases the 32GB variant of the Note 5 and activates it via Sprint Lease or goes for a monthly installment plan on the two – Verizon Wireless and Sprint – as well as AT&T.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
In case you know little about the phone on offer, here are some major highlights. The Note 5 comes with a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED QHD display screen with 1440 by 2560 pixels resolution. Under the hood, you’ll get an 8-core Exynos 7420 chipset with a massive RAM of 4GB. On camera matters, the phablet features a 16MP snapper on the rear and a 5MP selfie camera.
The 32GB variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 being sold at Best Buy comes with Android Lollipop out of the box, but it can be updated to the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
So, if you don’t mind saving an extra $150, you can visit the official Best Buy website for more details about this promotion.