Updated “internationally”, as well as on at least one major US network, to the latest and sweetest Android flavor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is as good as new, despite turning two full years old in the fall.

It’s metal-framed, super-sharp, relatively powerful, even by today’s high-end standards, promises to last an eternity between charges, and above all, it’s extremely cheap… for a limited time. Technically, there’s no expiration date attached to Qualitycellz’s eBay deal on the S Pen-enabled phablet, but quantities are limited, and at the time of this writing, no less than 830 units are listed as already sold.

Unfortunately, you can only have the Quad HD 5.7-incher in white, as black variants are all out of stock, but at $280 unlocked, with a “factory warranty” included, do you dare to complain? Keep in mind Amazon still sells the bad boy for north of $460, and a couple of months back, we were ready to give an arm to buy the GNote 4 at an “irresistible” $320.

It’s therefore almost impossible to quantify the exact savings here, the bottom line being you’re making the deal of a lifetime. While compatible with GSM carriers as well as the CDMA-based Verizon, the phone on sale is best used on the latter, where it can definitely achieve 4G LTE network speeds.

You’re obviously looking at brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged items in original packaging, free to ship nationwide, with a Snapdragon 805 processor under the hood, 3GB RAM, 32GB expandable storage, 3,220 mAh battery, fingerprint recognition, and 16 and 4MP cameras in tow. Stellar bang for buck, but only if you hurry.

Source: eBay

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