In case you haven’t found out yet, you can now buy your Galaxy Note 4 or Sony Xperia Z3v from Verizon stores at decent prices, at least on contract! In case you like big and powerful phones, Samsung and Sony’s flagships in the bigger phablet department will surely draw your attention and your money. Verizon is selling these two devices since October 23rd and you can buy them off-contract for $699 and $599 respectively.
Just in case your wallet is not abounding with cash, you can try the devices with a new contract for $299.99 in Galaxy Note 4’s case and for $199.99 in Sony Xperia Z3v’s case. Both devices are eligible for interest-free financing through the EDGE program.
Sony Xperia Z3v is part of the ever-increasing Xperia family and represents an improved Z2 design in reality. It has a full HD 5.2” display, a Snapdragon 801 processor with 3 GB of RAM and a decent battery with a thick body. It includes Qi wireless charging and a 20MP camera. The device comes with Android KitKat and microSD card support and can be bought in white or black.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the phone to have right now, as the device has some of the best specs on the market at the moment. It has a 5.7” AMOLED screen at QHD resolution – the best technology on a Samsung phone at the moment – with a Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor and 3 GB of RAM. You will get 32 GB of storage plus a microSD slot and a bigger and better 16MP camera. The device comes with a stylus s-pen and a removable battery, but its best design feature is the aluminum frame and sides. The handset runs on Android KitKat at launch plus the Sense UI interface and Verizon is making it available in white and black.
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