All the most anticipated smartphones of this year, such as the iPhone 6 or the Galaxy Note 4 are official and one by one they start to arrive at carriers’ stores. It can mean only one thing – prices of older device will be dropping. Actually, some of them already have – the LG G3, Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 3 and Apple iPhone 5S just got cheaper thanks to T-Mobile recent sale.
If you want your phablet to sport a different hue than the standard black and white, then you may want to know that the Rose Gold variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is now available exclusively from Verizon Wireless. The phone costs exactly the same as other color options, that is $249.99 with a new two-year activation. You can also opt for Verizon Edge payment plan with no upfront cost and $27.15 per month over two years or buy the phone with month to month service for $649.99. The Rose Gold version appears to be on backorder list and it looks like it won’t start shipping until January 30th.
There are plenty of phablets on the market, but if above all you value quality and style, the list gets considerably shorter. At the top of the list is the Galaxy Note 3 – a premium smartphone made by Samsung, one of the leading phone makers. Quality has its price, though, and the Galaxy Note 3 is not cheap when purchased for its regular retail price. Luckily for us, once in a while we come across an awesome deal that allows you to grab great phone at a much lower cost. If you are on the lookout for the Galaxy Note 3, Amazon has a deal you will find hard to ignore.
When the first phone featuring wireless charging was introduced, many thought – is it really necessary? What is wrong with good old cables, anyway? However, with more and more phones packing wireless charging it turned out that this feature is actually quite useful. Wireless charging is not magic, though, and does not mean that you will be able to charge your phone by just snapping your fingers. You still need a charging pad plugged to a socket, but it goes without saying that it is much more convenient that having to fiddle with cables every time you want to use the phone.
One of the ways to keep customers’ interest in a particular phone model for a longer time is to gradually add more colors to the palette. In order to keep anticipation at high level, the process is spread over a few months. In other words, on the day of the launch a phone usually is offered in two or three hues. After some time a color or two are added, and then maybe some more, just to make sure you have enough options to choose from.
What would be a smartphone, phablet, tablet or any other smart device without apps? It would be definitely not as smart as you wanted to be. The technical details are certainly important, but even the most powerful processor or super clear display will not be of much use without suitable applications. However, the apps cost, some of them quite a lot, others are somewhat less pricey, there are some for free too. Bottom line is that you spend a lot of money on a high-end device like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and then you have to spend some more to have the phone do things exactly the way you like it.
Missed pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for Verizon Wireless? Cheer up! The countdown for the Big Red version of Samsung’s latest phablet is finally over and the phone is available for purchase online and in stores. Being a premium device, the Galaxy Note 3 is not cheap. Priced at $299.99 with a two-year contract, the handset is actually more expensive than other high-end smartphones. Before you start blaming Verizon, you should know that the Galaxy Note 3 sells for equally high price on other carriers too.
Samsung’s latest contribution to the phablet market, the Galaxy Note 3, has just landed on AT&T and Sprint today. AT&T is asking $299.99 for the device with a requirement of two years of close friendship between you and the carrier, also known as contract. If you are willing to remain in the relationship no longer than a year, the price will go up to $549.99. If you prefer not to be bothered with long-term commitments, you can buy the phone with month to month service at $724.99.
Now this is a good way to celebrate the beginning of October. T-Mobile has renounced the down payment and is now offering a number of its best phones for zero up front. If you are considering to get yourself a new device from T-Mobile, now would be a good time to make the decision. And we suggest that you do not ponder over the issue for too long as it is not a permanent deal. It is a limited time offer, however, T-Mobile does not specify when exactly the promotion expires.
Right on schedule, T-Mobile opened pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 today. The phone is paired with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice plan and is up for grabs for $199.99 up front plus 24 months installments of $21. If your wallet is really heavy and you want it to loose some weight, you can buy the device for full retail price which is set at $703.99. The handset will start shipping on October 2nd. On this same day, the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, which is a companion device to the Galaxy Note 3, will also go on sale for $299.99.
Good news, dear Samsung fans. Two days after official announcement, the Galaxy Note 3 is already available for pre-order from AT&T and Verizon. Regardless of which carrier you choose, the phone will set you back $299.99 as long as you sign a new two-year service agreement. If you rather own the device without a contract, AT&T will ask $724.99. Big Red priced the handset a bit lower, at $699.99. Both carriers are also offering the phone with monthly payment plan. If you go for Verizon, you will have to pay $29.16 per month, while AT&T is asking $35 per month.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note was the first device to earn the ‘phablet’ moniker. Offering a compromise between a smartphone and a tablet, the Galaxy Note immediately conquered the market. Its successor, the Galaxy Note II, was even more popular, so there was no surprise when Samsung decided to go for a third round. The company announced the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 today in Berlin. The phone will arrive in stores on September 25th in as many as 140 countries around the globe. In the US, the device will be carried by AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular.