The new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will come in three colors including the usual black and white as well as in a pink color that should appeal to those that want something a little different than the usual options.
Today at its Unpacked Episode 2 event, Samsung announced a trio of new products including the Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy Gear smartwatch and the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition tablet. The big announcement of course was the Galaxy Note 3, a lighter, thinner, more powerful version of Samsung’s iconic Galaxy Note series of smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be out on September 25th in 149 different countries, with other countries like Japan and the United States getting it in October. When it does arrive, the device will be coming in a trio of colors including the usual black and white options that we saw arrive with the Galaxy S4 and a new pink variant that will offer consumers a bit of choice.
It’s not clear if the black, white and pink will be available across carriers. Typically, the black and white options are available on carriers worldwide, however it could be that the pink model will be available in select regions. We’ve seen pink colors arrive on past Galaxy devices, only, they were available to select consumers.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be heading to AT&T, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, T-Mobile and Verizon later this year, likely in October, though the carriers have yet to confirm any concrete details including pricing and specific release dates. They have also not said what type of storage options will be available come release day.
Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 3 comes with a wide range of improvements including a larger display, thinner and lighter design that employs a faux leather back, a new 13MP camera capable of 120fps, new S Pen features, speedy processor and advanced LTE.
It will be joined by the company’s new Galaxy Gear smartwatch, a wearable piece of technology that will pair with the Galaxy Note 3 and other Galaxy smartphones.
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