[Hot Deal] Refurbished Verizon Galaxy Note 4 going for just $150 on eBay

Here’s a great deal on Samsung Galaxy Note 4. eBay is giving away this device for just $150 which is a whopping $550 less than the listed price of $700.

The Galaxy Note 4 being sold on eBay is Verizon variant and packs in 32GB RAM. The color one can choose from is Black. Notably, eBay is selling refurbished Galaxy Note 4 which the site says ‘is in excellent cosmetic condition’.

Galaxy Note 4 sports a 5.7 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 on top. It carries 2.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor paired with 3GB RAM. A 3220mAh battery keeps the lights on.

Read: Galaxy Note 4 Nougat update

On the imaging section, the device rocks 16MP rear camera with LED flash and a 3.7MP selfie shooter. The phone was launched with Android KitKat OS which has been upgraded to Android Marshmallow.

Source: eBay

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2 Comments

  1. I’m a sucker for old(er) phones. One qualifier is that they have to have been the sensation of their time. Another qualifier is that I, or my girlfriend, had to have owned/used them in the appropriate era. My collection of favorites included Sanyo’s SCP-5500 (2003) (Sprint VM-4500), Palm’s Treo 650 (2004), Motorola’s V-RAZR (circa 2006), BlackBerry’s Storm 9530 (non-WiFi 2009), Motorola’s first three Droids (2009-2012), the Motorola Droid Bionic (2012), Samsung’s Galaxy S4 (2013), Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 (a sentimental favorite from autumn 2013), Samsung’s Note 4 and Note Edge (fall of 2014) then to the more recent LG V10 (November 7th 2015). I’m presently using Samsung’s S8 Plus teamed with LG’s V20. This fall Samsung and LG unveil/unleash their flagships for 2017. I still have those favorite phones in my listing and all still function; though without recent updates (or the ability to update them) the Droids have become a bit laggy to say the least.

  2. I’m a sucker for old(er) phones. One qualifier is that they have to have been the sensation of their time. Another qualifier is that I, or my girlfriend, had to have owned/used them in the appropriate era. My collection of favorites included Sanyo’s SCP-5500 (2003) (Sprint VM-4500), Palm’s Treo 650 (2004), Motorola’s V-RAZR (circa 2006), BlackBerry’s Storm 9530 (non-WiFi 2009), Motorola’s first three Droids (2009-2012), the Motorola Droid Bionic (2012), Samsung’s Galaxy S4 (2013), Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 (a sentimental favorite from autumn 2013), Samsung’s Note 4 and Note Edge (fall of 2014) then to the more recent LG V10 (November 7th 2015). I’m presently using Samsung’s S8 Plus teamed with LG’s V20. This fall Samsung and LG unveil/unleash their flagships for 2017. I still have those favorite phones in my listing and all still function; though without recent updates (or the ability to update them) the Droids have become a bit laggy to say the least.

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