Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition Available at Verizon

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Samsung has listed a new variant of its just-released Galaxy Note 4 Phablet on their official website. The Verizon Wireless is prepared to receive the Note 4 Developer Edition pretty soon. In fact, the Phablet will come at a lower price and with an unlocked bootloader especially designed for developer purposes only.

With Galaxy Note 4, the South-Korean manufacturer is already at its fourth-generation of Phablet. The Note 4 is available on all major carriers in the U.S, and it will be competing directly with the company’s major competitor: the iPhone 6 Plus.

The recent reports confirm the fact that the curved display Note Edge Phablet is already heading to Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile in the near future. Alternatively, Verizon will also receive the Note Edge along with the New Galaxy Note 4 variant for developers.

The Phablet is not already available for purchase. Samsung has listed the Verizon Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition on its online store and has listed the device as “coming soon”. This variant of the device is the same 5.7-inch Quad HD display Phablet Verizon is currently selling off contract for $699. The only difference is that now, the device also includes an unlockable bootloader. This makes easier for developers to test the device and allow the installation of custom ROMs.

Samsung and Verizon are actually involved in a long relationship when it comes to developer editions of their phones. The two of them have once again come together to offer this amazing alternative for Samsung’s latest flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It is important to mention the fact that the device will not be offered on a contract and it will not be available through Verizon Edge.

Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition is listed as coming soon, and it is priced at $662.53 that is actually $30 lower than the non-developer alternative off contract. Verizon’s offering is reportedly waiting for FCC approval before it is clear to hit the shelves. This will be available in the near future since it is mostly paperwork. If you are interested in testing a new ROM on Samsung’ Note for developers, you will have to wait a little bit longer until it becomes available.

 

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Serban Andreea

My name is Andreea, and I have been writing about technology and the world of gadgets for over two years. Currently, I freelance from my home and I enjoy writing about the latest smart devices on the market. Technology was not always my thing, but once I have discovered all those amazing things I can do with my smartphone, I must confess I have become a tech geek. I will keep you updated with the latest news.