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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Release Date Details Becoming Clear



The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date has seen some of its final details emerge today as AT&T finally confirmed a concrete release date and RadioShack, not wanting to be outdone, also confirmed the arrival of the AT&T Galaxy Note 3 and Sprint Galaxy Note 3 for October 4th both in stores and through its online portal.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 release in the United States is just a few days away and carriers and retailers continue to make their final preparations for the big days. Early this morning, AT&T finally confirmed a specific release date for the Galaxy Note 3, giving it an October 4th release date, or, the same date that many pre-orders will likely touch down. AT&T says that Galaxy Note 3 pre-orders will ship out on October 1st.

Read: AT&T Galaxy Note 3 Release Date In Stores Timed to Pre-Orders.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will hit five U.S. carriers.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will hit five U.S. carriers.

The company will join Sprint which is also planning to put the Galaxy Note 3 on sale on October 4th, though unlike AT&T, Sprint decided not to offer a pre-order for the Galaxy Note 3.

Those looking to buy an AT&T Galaxy Note 3 or Sprint Galaxy Note 3 will be able to pick one up through AT&T stores or Sprint stores, but there is also another option that has emerged today.

RadioShack confirmed to Gotta Be Mobile that it will be offering the both the AT&T Galaxy Note 3 and the Sprint Galaxy Note 3 starting on October 4th as well. RadioShack is offering a Trade and Save program wherein Galaxy Note 2 owners can trade in their device and receive $175 off the Galaxy Note 3 sticker price. Owners of the original Galaxy Note will receive $100.

With the Galaxy Note 3 price a little more costly than a typical smartphone, thanks to its massive high-resolution display and bundled S Pen stylus, RadioShack’s offer is going to be one to consider.

Read: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Release Date Bringing Surprise.

samsung galaxy note 3 flip cover

The retailer will be offering the devices at their official retail prices which means $299.99 on-contract for the AT&T Galaxy Note 3 and $349.99 for the Sprint Galaxy Note 3. Sprint’s Galaxy Note 3 is the most expensive of all and it’s not clear how long the carrier plans to keep it that way.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 replaces the Galaxy Note 2 as the company’s go-to big screen device and it will be packing a number of big time features on board. Galaxy Note 3 features include a large 5.7-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 800 processor from Qualcomm, 13MP camera, a new faux leather design, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, enhanced S Pen features, better multitasking and more.

The device will come in 32GB form with a microSD card slot that allows users to expand their storage with up to a 64GB microSD card, bringing the total possible storage up to 96GB.



  1. blaze

    09/30/2013 at 10:53 am

    Ive decided to stay w my gn2 and ride out till the update for the galaxy gear.they are ridiculous on these phone prices..and the watch needs to come down alot more if they want sales in my opinion.

  2. eddie

    09/30/2013 at 11:04 am


    • Sue

      09/30/2013 at 7:43 pm

      I wasn’t going with At&t but I was going to go in early in the morn to get my hands on the device

  3. Ela

    09/30/2013 at 1:15 pm

    What happened with oct 1??? Been waiting waiting waiting for it!!!

  4. Jimbo

    09/30/2013 at 3:05 pm

    Soooo lame that the pre-order will arrive same day as the in-store… What is the point in pre-ordering then? I am sure one can pick up their phone from the store faster than the package will arrive. Not cool AT&T…

  5. bo

    09/30/2013 at 4:52 pm

    u can get it at attnt on oct 1st. they saying radio shack carrying attnt n sprint is on oct 4st

  6. Meguerra

    09/30/2013 at 5:15 pm

    My local AT&T store (Temecula Ca.) had the white one available today when I was there. I want the black one.

  7. Damien

    10/01/2013 at 1:46 pm

    Tmobile is shipping its devices beginning Oct 1.

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