3 U.S. Carriers Commit To Galaxy Note 3

By Joseph Palenchar On Sep 5 2013 - 8:47am




New York — U.S. carriers AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have committed to selling the Galaxy Note 3 phablet, which was launched yesterday at the IFA convention in Berlin.

T-Mobile and AT&T also committed themselves to selling the Note’s companion smart watch, the Galaxy Gear.

 Sprint said it would offer the Note 3 in the fall. T-Mobile said it would offer the devices “soon,” and AT&T didn’t lay out a timetable. No carrier revealed pricing.

The Note 3 features 5.7-inch 1,920 by 1080p FullHD display and 4G LTE.

Update: Verizon confirmed that it will offer the Note 3 and Gear “soon.”

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