Samsung has consistently offered developer editions of its handsets on Verizon, and is continuing the tradition by announcing the Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition. Samsung did not list a launch date yet, but the list price of the handset at $662.53 is more affordable than the $699 asking price for Verizon's carrier variant.
The developer edition comes with an unlocked bootloader, and does not feature any of Verizon's bloatware. What you get instead is Samsung's TouchWiz and the ability to tinker with the device as you wish. The low asking price is the icing on the cake, considering that several carrier variants are retailing for much higher. For instance, AT&T is charging $799 for the carrier-locked variant of the Galaxy Note 4 on Amazon.
Anyone interested in picking up this variant once it launches on Verizon?