Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Release Date: Blush Pink Model To Release In US

  @FionnaatIBTf.agomuoh@ibtimes.com on November 01 2013 2:29 PM

Samsung still has some tricks up its sleeve for the Galaxy Note 3; it appears the device will be released in the U.S. in its pink color option, when most were certain only the black and white models would sell Stateside.

The retailer Newegg currently has the Blush Pink Samsung Galaxy Note 3 available for pre-order for a cool $749.99. The device comes unlocked and with all of the features of the Galaxy Note 3; Newegg will officially release the pink Galaxy Note 3 on Nov. 11.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is powered by the five major U.S. carriers: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Verizon, but it is uncertain whether any of the carriers will offer the pink Galaxy Note 3. Users should at least be able to take their unlocked pink Galaxy Note 3 to T-Mobile.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 features a 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display, a 2.3GHz quad-core LTE processor for the U.S. market, 32GB and 64GB internal storage options with microSD expansion up to 64GB and 3GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel camera and a 1.9-megapixel front camera with 1080p/60 video recording and 4K video recording for some models. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 also runs the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system and a 3,200mAh battery and features boosted 24-bit and 192 KHz audio.

Software features for the Note 3 include Samsung Knox preloaded and able to work for both personal and business capacities. The Note 3 also focuses on improved multitasking with the Air command feature, which directs users to the Action Memo, Screen Write, S-Finder, Scrapbook and Pen Window applications. With an enhanced S-Pen, users can easily navigate their Galaxy Note 3 handset with simple dot, circle and box motions.

In addition to Blush Pink, the Galaxy Note 3 comes in Jet Black and Classic white color. The Galaxy Note 3 has been on the market since late September.

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