Last night at IFA, Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 3, the latest in its trailblazing range of mobile-cum-tablets. Like the look of it? Well you've not got long to wait, as it'll hit the UK on 25 September. That's shortly after the .
The networks have come out with some prices too, so let's see how much you'll have to cough up.
If you want 4G on your Note 3 for blazingly-fast browsing speeds, it'll cost you £150 on a £41 a month plan (for 24 months) from EE. That gives you unlimited calls to UK numbers, and 2GB of data a month. You can pre-order the device from EE from 5 September.
Orange is offering the Note 3 slightly cheaper. Shell out £120 on a £41 a month contract for 24 months, and the Note 3 will be yours. T-Mobile is charging slightly more: £140 on a £42 a month contract. Though you won't have 4G access with either, remember.
Three has confirmed it'll offer the Note 3, but wouldn't be drawn on price.
The Note 3 totes a 5.7-inch screen, which is slightly bigger than the's. Yet the device manages to be thinner and lighter, at just 8.3mm and 168g. Inside, a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor powers things, alongside 3GB of RAM. And a 3,200mAh battery should keep it running for plenty of time before needing a recharge. Though we'll have to wait for a full review to know for sure.
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