Last week, online retailer Amazon cut off the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to $140. Now, Amazon Wireless offers a new price deal, making the device even cheaper. Maybe the retailer wants to break some kind of record because the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is available for $100.
Of course, there a little catch here, but nothing to make you not to buy it. The thing is that the device is available at the mentioned price only with a two-year contract with Sprint. This is a big opportunity considering that the Galaxy Note 2 is listed on Sprint’s official website at a much bigger price, three times bigger to be exact.
The good news is that the handset is available in both color versions namely marble white and titanium gray. Whether you decide ti get the white version or the gray one, the phablet will come running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and 1GB of internal storage. Also, it’s powered by an Exynos quad-core 1.6 GHz processor, has 2 GB of RAM and an S Pen stylus. If you already are a Sprint customers and want to upgrade your device or just getting another phone, the price is a little higher at $170. However, it’s still less than what you would have to pay to the carrier directly as it offers the handset at $300.
In the meantime, in case you don’t want a Sprint contract and you prefer Verizon or AT&T, Amazon has a $150 deal for the former and a $200 one for the latter. Same case here too, the offer is available only for new customers, the upgrades being priced at $190 and $240, respectively.
Now, it’s up to you and which carrier you like better, but in my opinion, the Sprint offer is unbeatable due to the low price tag.
You can order the white version here and the titanium gray one here.