Sep 30 AT 4:53 PM Dima Aryeh 20 Comments

AT&T getting Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear on October 4

AT&T Galaxy Note 3 Galaxy Gear

If you’re an AT&T customer (like me) and are waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to come out (also like me), AT&T has announced a launch date and it’s only a few days away! The Galaxy Note 3, along with its companion smartwatch the Galaxy Gear, is launching on October 4 both online and in retail stores.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will launch with a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920×1080, a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 quad core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage with a microSD slot, a 13MP camera, and a 3,200 mAh battery. It’s a beast of a phone, and its S Pen active stylus makes it even better.

The Galaxy Gear features a 1.63-inch Super AMOLED display at 320×320, an 800MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, a 1.9MP camera capable of shooting 720p video, 4GB of storage, a 315 mAh battery, and the ability to run apps from Samsung’s app store. It will get a full day’s worth of battery life and will run on Bluetooth 4.0 LE. It will be compatible with the Note 3, with compatibility for the S 4 and Note 2 coming soon.

The Galaxy Note 3 will be $299.99 on contract at launch, which is the norm for the Note series. The Galaxy Gear will be $299.99, not needing any sort of contract. I’m excited for this phone to come out on my favorite carrier, are you?

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Beginning Sept. 6, AT&T* will offer pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy® Note 3. The Galaxy Note 3 will be available for $35 per month with AT&T Next or $299.99 with a two-year agreement. For more information or to pre-order, visit www.att.com/galaxynote. Orders will begin shipping around Oct. 1.

The Galaxy Note 3 features a 5.7-inch full HD Super AMOLED display and builds on Samsung’s successful Note series with a better way to control, write and get more done, such as:

My Magazine allows you to curate content tailored to the things you love including sports updates, celebrity news, your social media feeds, even nearby restaurant suggestions.
Scrapbook provides an easy and functional way to use the S Pen to grab and store videos, photos and clips from Web pages that are linkable back to the original online source.
Wake-up Command allows you to send messages, make calls and more without touching your phone, just by saying “Hi, Galaxy.”
S Finder makes locating emails, text messages, contacts or web history on your smartphone easy. You can even search for handwriting or symbols, or browse by date.
Advanced Multi Window functionality lets you keep two windows of the same app open so you can browse your social media feed while posting vacation photos†. You can also drag and drop an address from an email into a map search without cutting and pasting.
Samsung Smart Switchâ„¢ transfers contacts, calendar events, messages, photos and more. It can also automatically find your favorite apps on Google Playâ„¢ and recommend similar ones if there isn’t a direct match††.
Action Memo makes your handwritten notes actionable. You can dial a number, import information directly into contacts, go directly to a web address and find an address on a map.

The Note 3 also includes innovative camera features as well as additional features introduced on the Galaxy S® 4:

Eraser Shot removes unwanted background distractions in your photos and videos with just one touch.
Drama Shot captures a time-lapse event all in one frame.
S Beamâ„¢ quickly and easily share files simply by tapping two S Beam enabled smartphones together.
WatchONâ„¢ simplifies searching and recommends TV, movies and sports according to personal tastes. With WatchON and the built-in IR blaster, the Galaxy Note 3 functions as a remote control for home theater equipment.
Easy Mode settings give new smartphone users or simplicity seekers the option to start out with a basic version of your home screen that keeps your favorite apps and features within reach.
Air Viewâ„¢ lets you hover your finger over photos, files, links and text for an instant preview.

Galaxy Gearâ„¢, Samsung’s first wearable that extends the smartphone experience to your wrist, will be available in the coming weeks. The Galaxy Gear paired with the Galaxy Note 3 broadens the smartphone experience by intelligently connecting and sharing information. With Galaxy Gear, AT&T and Samsung are expanding how people live their lives with technology. For more information please visit www.att.com/galaxygear.

AT&T has the fastest and now most reliable 4G LTE network. And AT&T was named America’s fastest 4G LTE network in PC Magazine’s 2013 Fastest Mobile Networks 30-market study — and also swept the top rankings in all six U.S. regions from coast to coast: Northeast, Southeast, North-Central, South-Central, Northwest and Southwest. **

AT&T recently launched AT&T Next, a program that lets you get a new device every year. AT&T Next is simple and easy to use.

You can purchase a smartphone or tablet with no down payment, no upgrade fee and no activation fee and agree to pay monthly installments for the device, with no financing fees.
After 12 payments, you can trade it in and upgrade to a brand new device – again with no down payment.
AT&T Next is available for new AT&T customers or existing customers who are upgrade eligible.
Using AT&T Next, you can get the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for $35 per month.

From the initial purchase to ongoing service interactions, AT&T is focused on providing an unparalleled customer experience. AT&T was recently recognized with two significant achievements, outperforming competitors for customer service and wireless purchase experience. J.D. Power awarded AT&T the “Highest Ranked Customer Service Performance Among Full-Service Wireless Providers” and “Highest Satisfaction with the Purchase Experience among Full Service Wireless Providers” in their 2013, Volume 2 studies.

*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

** PC Magazine, June 17, 2013; http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2420333,00.asp

AT&T received the highest numerical score among full service wireless providers in the proprietary J.D. Power 2013 Wireless Customer Care Full Service and Full Service Wireless Purchase Experience StudiesSM — Vol. 2. Study based on 7,373 (Customer Care) and 8,693 (Purchase Experience) consumer responses measuring 4 full service wireless providers and measures opinions of consumers who purchased a wireless product or service within last 6 months. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed January-June 2013. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com

†Multi Window does not support all applications.

††Use of Samsung Smart Switch is subject to the terms of use at www.samsungsmartswitch.com. Some content, such as DRM-protected files, may not transfer. Smart Switch is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by Apple Inc.

About AT&T

AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) is a premier communications holding company and one of the most honored companies in the world. Its subsidiaries and affiliates — AT&T operating companies — are the providers of AT&T services in the United States and internationally. With a powerful array of network resources that includes the nation’s largest 4G network, AT&T is a leading provider of wireless, Wi-Fi, high speed Internet, voice and cloud-based services. A leader in mobile Internet, AT&T also offers the best wireless coverage worldwide of any U.S. carrier, offering the most wireless phones that work in the most countries. It also offers advanced TV services under the AT&T U-verse® and AT&T |DIRECTV brands. The company’s suite of IP-based business communications services is one of the most advanced in the world.

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Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things tech. He does photography, is an avid phone modder (who uses an AT&T Galaxy Note II), a heavy gamer (both PC and 360), and an aspiring home mechanic. He is also an avid fan of music, especially power metal.

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  • pjamies

    Sorry, not interested in either, as my Note (1) was left out to dry on ICS, and the
    watch will not work with my next phone (hopefully) Nexus 5.
    As much as I love Sammy products, the size of the S 3 Note is just too big for
    what I would consider a usable hand held phone.
    The watch battery, which only lasts 1 day, will become another 3/4 day watch after 1 year
    of use which will make it a pain to recharge while at the office.
    All in all, not the products for me … but I am sure that many other users will love the phone and
    watch combo.

  • donger

    Nope to either. Samsung needs to make better quality phones. Why pay a premium for it?

    • theviper21

      They’re not the best phones, but I think they make decent quality phones. At least their trying to innovate, even though every new feature they come out with might not be a hit.

  • MAVIS MPYANA

    Need Samsung Galaxy Note 3 but blacklisted

  • Paul Atreides

    I want the watch but not at the current price.

  • jpswain48

    Galaxy Note 3,,,,,Yes……ATT…..NO

    Recommendation; GN3 @ T-Mobile $199…….$21 mo.

    Galaxy Gear Watch @ $299…..No
    Galaxy Gear Watch @ $99…….Probably

    For those who think Samsung’s products do not measure up, I suggest you read the specs. There is no phone currently available that’s better equipped. For those who deride the Note as too big, there are a thousand smaller phones for you to choose from, pick one.

    • Michael

      I just hopped over to T-Mobile’s website and the only 20 dollar plan they offer is a mobile hotspot. The cheapest Data plan they offer for a phone is 50 bux + taxes and fees for unlimited talk, text and web, throttled after 500 megs…. Seriously, can you link me to the page that offers a phone/data plan for 21 bux. Thanks!

      • Michael

        Oh.. You are talking about paying for the phone, not the data plan… So that’s like 200 bux down than $71 a month + taxes and fees. That’s really not terrible. You’d be paying around 90 bux a month for something comparable at AT&T, plus an additional 100 for the phone. Haven’t shopped around in years. I just pay like $45 a month as I’m added onto a family account that I’m grandfathered in to an unlimited data plan. Never switched out of it.

  • josue85

    Dang, Verizon is making me wait until the 11th. I love these big phones, I was waiting on the HTC One Mega (or whatever the big variant is called), but after seeing it would be using a mid range chipset, I’m going N3.

    • andreina

      did you pre order? and if u did when did u put in in the order .

  • Bart

    @Dima: At 1st I wasn’t the least bit interested in the Note3. But when I learned they enhanced the pen function AND made the “back” and “list” buttons reactive to the pen, I changed my mind. I hope you enjoy the phone. And… contrary to what others have said, AT&T rocks here in northern CA. T-Mobile has very spotty coverage where I live. Sprint is even worse.

    • http://www.androidandme.com Dima Aryeh

      I agree! In my area in North California, T-Mo and Sprint are really spotty but AT&T is solid for the most part. Thanks for the kind words too!

  • Bakes

    I currently own the note 2 and its unbelievably flawed! I like samsung’s ideas and products but honestly, how many of the “air gestures” really work? oh and yeah im still running android version 4.1.2 and my galaxy s2 is on 4.2..whats up with that?

  • Matt

    I just got the Moto X on Verizon and I do like this phone a lot but I watch videos (football) on my phone a lot and I just want the bigger screen. So I’m going to exchange my moto x for the note 3. I’ve never been a fan of the Samsung devices so I hope this one is worth the upgrade. Either way I have a 2 month return policy so if it doesn’t live up to the hype I’m getting the HTC one max.

  • Sara Fleischer

    Keira. if you, thought Lillian`s blog is inconceivable… on saturday I got Bugatti Veyron after bringing in $8267 thiss month and-also, $10k this past munth. it’s by-far the most comfortable work Ive ever done. I started this 7-months ago and right away began to bring in at least $81.. per hour. additional info http://www.star48.com

  • muhammad zak

    how much is the fone

  • Ravi Patel
  • jerry

    hi I’m jerry inneed of Samsung galaxy note 3 working permanent my no 0847162838 on contract

  • jerry

    hi I’m jerry inneed of Samsung galaxy note 3/4 nd gear on contract but working permanent my no 0847162838

  1. Sorry, not interested in either, as my Note (1) was left out to dry on ICS, and the
    watch will not work with my next phone (hopefully) Nexus 5.
    As much as I love Sammy products, the size of the S 3 Note is just too big for
    what I would consider a usable hand held phone.
    The watch battery, which only lasts 1 day, will become another 3/4 day watch after 1 year
    of use which will make it a pain to recharge while at the office.
    All in all, not the products for me … but I am sure that many other users will love the phone and
    watch combo.

  2. Nope to either. Samsung needs to make better quality phones. Why pay a premium for it?

    • They’re not the best phones, but I think they make decent quality phones. At least their trying to innovate, even though every new feature they come out with might not be a hit.

  3. MAVIS MPYANAGuest 1 year ago

    Need Samsung Galaxy Note 3 but blacklisted

  4. Paul AtreidesGuest 1 year ago

    I want the watch but not at the current price.

  5. jpswain48Guest 1 year ago

    Galaxy Note 3,,,,,Yes……ATT…..NO

    Recommendation; GN3 @ T-Mobile $199…….$21 mo.

    Galaxy Gear Watch @ $299…..No
    Galaxy Gear Watch @ $99…….Probably

    For those who think Samsung’s products do not measure up, I suggest you read the specs. There is no phone currently available that’s better equipped. For those who deride the Note as too big, there are a thousand smaller phones for you to choose from, pick one.

    • MichaelGuest 1 year ago

      I just hopped over to T-Mobile’s website and the only 20 dollar plan they offer is a mobile hotspot. The cheapest Data plan they offer for a phone is 50 bux + taxes and fees for unlimited talk, text and web, throttled after 500 megs…. Seriously, can you link me to the page that offers a phone/data plan for 21 bux. Thanks!

      • MichaelGuest 1 year ago

        Oh.. You are talking about paying for the phone, not the data plan… So that’s like 200 bux down than $71 a month + taxes and fees. That’s really not terrible. You’d be paying around 90 bux a month for something comparable at AT&T, plus an additional 100 for the phone. Haven’t shopped around in years. I just pay like $45 a month as I’m added onto a family account that I’m grandfathered in to an unlimited data plan. Never switched out of it.

  6. Dang, Verizon is making me wait until the 11th. I love these big phones, I was waiting on the HTC One Mega (or whatever the big variant is called), but after seeing it would be using a mid range chipset, I’m going N3.

  7. BartGuest 1 year ago

    @Dima: At 1st I wasn’t the least bit interested in the Note3. But when I learned they enhanced the pen function AND made the “back” and “list” buttons reactive to the pen, I changed my mind. I hope you enjoy the phone. And… contrary to what others have said, AT&T rocks here in northern CA. T-Mobile has very spotty coverage where I live. Sprint is even worse.

  8. BakesGuest 1 year ago

    I currently own the note 2 and its unbelievably flawed! I like samsung’s ideas and products but honestly, how many of the “air gestures” really work? oh and yeah im still running android version 4.1.2 and my galaxy s2 is on 4.2..whats up with that?

  9. MattGuest 1 year ago

    I just got the Moto X on Verizon and I do like this phone a lot but I watch videos (football) on my phone a lot and I just want the bigger screen. So I’m going to exchange my moto x for the note 3. I’ve never been a fan of the Samsung devices so I hope this one is worth the upgrade. Either way I have a 2 month return policy so if it doesn’t live up to the hype I’m getting the HTC one max.

  10. Sara FleischerGuest 1 year ago

    Keira. if you, thought Lillian`s blog is inconceivable… on saturday I got Bugatti Veyron after bringing in $8267 thiss month and-also, $10k this past munth. it’s by-far the most comfortable work Ive ever done. I started this 7-months ago and right away began to bring in at least $81.. per hour. additional info http://www.star48.com

  11. muhammad zakGuest 1 year ago

    how much is the fone

  12. Ravi PatelGuest 1 year ago
  13. jerryGuest 1 year ago

    hi I’m jerry inneed of Samsung galaxy note 3 working permanent my no 0847162838 on contract

  14. jerryGuest 1 year ago

    hi I’m jerry inneed of Samsung galaxy note 3/4 nd gear on contract but working permanent my no 0847162838