Samsung Galaxy Note 3 price was finally revealed, and pre-orders are now available on carriers offering the device.
Samsung's new generation of phablet was made official last week at its Unpacked event ahead of the Samsung IFA event in Berlin. Now, carriers that will offer the device unveiled the price listings for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
The American network AT&T has started taking pre-orders for the new 32 GB Galaxy Note 3 for $299.99 with a new 2-year contract. According to the company's operator, shipping will start on October 1.
Engadget noted that AT&T's contract pricing of the Galaxy Note 3 means that the unlocked version of Note 3 is approximately $700.
For users looking to trade-in their old Samsung handsets, Samsung offers the first 500 customers a $65 off the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
The latest Samsung Galaxy Note 3 packs a huge hardware - a 2.3 GHz quad-core processor, 3 GB of RAM, LTE/4G capabilities, 5.7-inch Full-HD Super-AMOLED display, 3200 mAh as well as a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera.
The smartphone and tablet hybrid runs with the latest 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. The first Samsung device to enjoy the perks of the new mobile software.
The phablet also boasts an Air Command, which is a fast, fluid and incredibly functional feature of the device. Air Window allows you to do multitasking in your device.
According to Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is headed to over 140 countries later this month or early next month. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be available for purchase on Sept. 25.
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