Even though Full HD “phablets” are basically launching on a daily basis, Samsung’s four-month old Galaxy Note 2 remains a top choice for any technology enthusiast who thinks bigger is better. The second-gen GNote not only sports a humongous 5.5-inch Super AMOLED panel, but also features an explosive quad-core Exynos CPU and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
There was only one thing that could have made the GNote 2 even more appealing – a price trim. Ask and you shall receive, as Amazon Wireless is now selling the on-contract Sprint version of the super-phone for just $99.99.
That’s a whopping 200 bucks less than what the carrier is charging via its online store and is definitely a once in a lifetime kind of deal. Surprisingly, Amazon still has the Note 2 “in stock”, with shipping “usually taking 24 hours”, so if you act fast you can play around with your awesome new phone tomorrow.
To take advantage of the full discount, you’ll need to pen a new two-year contract with Sprint. Existing customers looking for upgrades are asked to pay $249.99 via Amazon, while if you want to add a line to an account you’ll have to shell out 170 bucks. Sweet!
Via [Amazon Wireless]