On the heels of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 launch comes a T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 release signup page that offers buyers a chance to sign up in an effort to stay informed about the upcoming Galaxy Note 3 release date later this year.
Earlier today, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 3, its new Galaxy Note phablet that will be coming to some regions on September 25th and others, including the United States, in October. U.S. carriers have begun throwing their weight behind the Galaxy Note 3 with Sprint offering a signup page and Verizon offering a splash page for its Galaxy Note 3.
Not keen on being left behind, T-Mobile also pushed its Galaxy Note 3 teaser live today in the form of a signup page, something that gives buyers a chance to sign up to receive an “email as soon as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 arrives.” Whether the company is referring to a pre-order or a release date is unclear but given that Verizon is offering a pre-order on its Galaxy Note 3, we expect T-Mobile to deliver one as well.
Samsung announced today that the Galaxy Note 3 will arrive in the U.S. in October though it did not confirm a specific date. T-Mobile hasn’t confirmed a specific date either though the signup page is the first step towards an eventual release.
AT&T and U.S. Cellular will carry the Galaxy Note 3 as well though like Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon, they have yet to announce the fine details either. This means that the price and storage options remain a mystery.
When the Galaxy Note 3 does arrive on T-Mobile and the other U.S. carriers, it will be doing so with some powerful features. Highlights include a large 1080p display, 13MP camera, new S Pen features, enhanced multitasking and 4G LTE data. The device will joined by the Samsung Galaxy Gear which will hit the United States for $299 in October as well.
The Galaxy Note 3 will replace the Galaxy Note 2 as T-Mobile’s flagship Galaxy Note though it likely won’t completely push out the Galaxy Note 2 from T-Mobile’s store.