First of all you will need to buy Galaxy Note 4 at full price to qualify for the Samsung’s rebate of $200. As Samsung is offering a $200 rebate for its Galaxy Note 4 at aprticipating carriers and national retailers. Once you have purchase Note 4 paying full amount, the next step here is fill out an online form at Samsung’s Promostions website to receive the rebate. Redemtion period lasts until August 26th.
What to do?
The online rebate redemption form requires you to enter your contact information and upload a photo of the Galaxy Note 4 receipt with the date of purchase. Followed by, you will also need to enter the IMEI and WiFi Mac address of the Galaxy Note 4. Just after submitting the form and the receipt, a $200 rebate check will be mailed out about 8 to 10 weeks later.
Eligible to participate in the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 $200 rebate promotion are, available to residents in all 50 United States and Washington D.C., but you have to be at least 18 years of age. Unfortunately, Sprint and US Cellular will not be part of this promotion.
Remind you that the Galaxy Note 4 costs $699.84 at T-Mobile and $845.99 at AT&T.
The Galaxy Note 4 Specifications as as follows:
It has a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display (515 pixels-per-inch), a 32-bit Snapdragon 805 processor (or Exynos 5433) with Adreno 420 GPU, 3GB RAM and a 16MP rear-facing camera. The camera supports 4K video recording at 30fps and 1080p video recording at 60fps and 120fps (smooth motion). The front-facing camera is 3.7-megapixels with an f/1.9 aperture that is able to record 2560×1440 videos. The internal storage is 32GB, but it is expandable up to 128GB.
Now, why that Samsung offering the rebate for the Galaxy Note 4? Answer is simple enough, guess what, the successor – dubbed Galaxy Note 5 is expected to be launching within the next few months. By lowering the final price of its Galaxy Note 4, Samsung may be able to spike the sales of the device before the debut of the new Note flagship this September.
The Galaxy Note 5 leaked into wild, with full specs showing off on its best refresh.The Note 5 will likely include the same aluminum frame, glass back, bottom edge speakers and upgraded fingerprint sensors that is used in the Galaxy S6. With a glass back means that expandable storage and removable batteries would not be an option for the Galaxy Note 5. Battery package it got with it a massive 4100mAh unit, which would be the major upgrade from 3220mAh in the Note 4.
Interested ones can head over and buy Galaxy Note 4 and apply for the rebate. If you have done already, then share your comments in the usual channels.