Great news for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 fans everywhere because today Samsung launched its long expected phablet, the Note 3, worldwide, in over 58 countries.
The Note 3 is going to be shipped today, unlocked, and it is expected to be available in the mobile carriers offer in the days to come. This latest gizmo in the Samsung’s phablet line-up will be available in 58 countries initially and by the end of the year another 82 countries will follow.
For the UK market, the Samsung Galaxy Note will retail for £649 unlocked from Samsung’s own website and for just £629.95 if you choose Carphone Warehouse. In Germany and other EU countries, the Galaxy Note will be available unlocked for a hefty price tag of €759 (that’s almost $1000 folks).
In the United States and Canada, the Note 3 is available in stock at Negri Electronics with a price tag around $770. The phablet is also available in Honk Kong and China, but the Aussies will have to wait until October the 3′rd to put their greedy little hands on the Note 3.
Along with the Note, you can also get the Galaxy Gear companion, the smartwatch from Samsung, for just $300 or the equivalent in your local currency.
If an unlocked device is too much for your money, you can opt out for a mobile phone deal from the US mobile carriers, starting October 3′rd as it follows :