Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Release Date Rumors Result In Price Drop For Samsung Galaxy Note 2
By Staff Writer | June 05, 2013 12:13 PM EDT
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date rumors are already spreading online, so the price of its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 2, is now plummeting.
Before the hearsay about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date started, Verizon Wireless in the U.S. was selling its Galaxy Note at $299.99. However, the mobile device is now available at Verizon stores cheaper by a hundred bucks. AT&T is now offering their 16GB Galaxy Note 2 through Amazon Wireless, and the contract unit price both for new clients and those who are upgrading is $239.99.
Sprint's Galaxy Note 2, on the other hand, is for sale at a price of $99.99, with a $200 off from the previous price. Furthermore, UK phone retailers reportedly priced down their Galaxy Note 2 to prepare for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is soon to arrive, rumored at the third quarter of 2013, possibly in September. The South Korean-based phone manufacturer is expected to make an announcement regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date during the yearly IFA event held in Berlin.
Initial speculation, however, claims that the grand debut for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will happen at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Spain, happening next week. This news heated up after retailers and resellers made significant drop on the price of the Note 2, the current Galaxy Note model of Samsung.
Aside from the rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release, specs about the highly anticipated Samsung model are also circulating online, such as the 6.3-inch full High-def screen display, 8-core Exynos 5 Octa processor chip, stylus and finger hovering feature, 16 mp rear camera with auto focus, LED flash, 3 mp front camera, 32, 64 and 128 GB internal memory capacity, with expandable storage.
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