When Samsung unveiled its latest S Pen phablet, the Galaxy Note III, it only showed two storage configuration options of 32 GB and 64 GB. It seems that a lower capacity model actually exists and will be available in Taiwan starting this week.
The excitement around the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch are finally about to pay off, as the devices are both hitting pre-order status across the US. AT&T announced theirs would be live tonight, and this afternoon T-Mobile has confirmed the Galaxy Note 3 and Gear will kick off for them on Wednesday.
Bright and early this fine Monday morning the folks from AT&T took to Twitter and other social networks to happily announce more Samsung Galaxy Gear watch details. Today AT&T has confirmed that starting tonight at midnight the Galaxy Gear will be available for pre-order, for all you smartwatch enthusiasts.
Not everybody bought into the smartwatch fad, an observation that Samsung, who just unveiled its Galaxy Gear smartwatch early this month, seems to have taken to heart. The Korean manufacturer is now reported to be developing a revamped smartwatch which we may see as early as the first quarter next year.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Gear smartwatch in Berlin last week. At the time we learned the specs of the watch and a bit about the availability. In fact, we have already begun to see the watch show up for pre-order in the US market. Since that point we have also seen details about how the watch had 12 apps ready for launch with more than 70 others in the works. Well, it looks like Snapchat will be one of those apps.
US Cellular has confirmed the upcoming launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The carrier has said the handset will be "available for customers in October" however they have yet to offer anything specific. Aside from the October release timeframe, US Cellular has said they will have the Note 3 available in Jet Black.
Samsung's new Galaxy Note III and Galaxy Gear are the hottest topics this week, so it's not surprising that carriers have been quick to reveal their offerings. But while Verizon has been so far silent, a leaked photo shows us just how much the carrier is planning to charge for the devices.
Samsung has just announced its Galaxy Note III smartphone as well as the much-talked about smartwatch device, the Galaxy Gear. Carriers are now rushing to get it to the hands of their customers as soon as possible, and it seems that T-Mobile and AT&T have planned to do so next month.
There is plenty of excitement around the brand new Samsung Galaxy Gearsmartwatch. At the same time though, there's some concern about it only working with the Note III initially, and it not being able to run regular Android apps. However, Samsung's promised roughly 12 apps will be installed at launch, and we can look forward to tons more coming soon to the wearable device.
Following up on the earlier announcement of the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, we are beginning to hear from the US carriers. AT&T issued a short statement and we are now hearing from Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile. Similar to the statement we saw from AT&T, these latest two arrive as little more than teasers.