Galaxy Note 4 and box

No matter if you live in the U.S., Canada or the U.K., this is where you can buy the Note 4

The Galaxy Note 4 has been flying off shelves around the world since its release, and whether you're here in the U.S., up north in Canada or across the pond in the U.K. you have a whole host of options when it comes to buying. In the states you're of course making your decision based on carrier, but have your choice of retailer if you don't want to go directly to the source. Up in Canada things are a bit slimmer, as you'll be picking between the carrier and in some cases BestBuy as your retailer. The U.K. has opened up so that you can now buy from more than just Carphone Warehouse, thankfully.

More: Read our Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review

AT&T Galaxy Note 4

United States

Those of us here in the U.S. have a wide range of choices when it comes to buying the Note 4, but thankfully things aren't all that different depending on your carrier choice. You're getting the same color choices and storage options, with prices that are almost the same as well. For Verizon, AT&T and Sprint you have a few different buying options between the carrier's own website, Amazon and BestBuy. T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular lock things down a bit and only give you their own website to buy from.





U.S. Cellular

Samsung Galaxy note 4


All of the big Canadian carriers have the Note 4 available, and the pricing is about the same across the board as well. For Rogers, Bell, Telus and SaskTel you can pick up the Note 4 from both the carrier website and BestBuy, but the rest of the carriers only have the phone available on their own site.






Samsung Galaxy note 4

United Kingdom

Following a bit of exclusivity from Carphone Warehouse, you basically have your pick of retailers to buy the Note 4 from in the U.K. now. EE, Vodafone and O2 all have it up for order with varying prices based on your tariff, or you can grab it SIM free from a handful of popular channels.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

International unlocked models

We're going to throw in links to buy the international model of the Note 4, but make sure to do your research before committing to one of these. Chances are it may not support all of the radio bands you need for full LTE support in your country. But if you check things out ahead of time and want to skip getting a carrier version that's likely loaded up with unwanted software, this may be the way to go.

More: Read our Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review