The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has finally hit stateside as the Note 3 is now available in the U.S. at T-Mobile. T-Mobile took to Twitter early Tuesday to announce its latest device.
People interested in purchasing the Galaxy Note 3 from T-Mobile can now do so in stores as well as online. Currently, the Classic White color option for the Galaxy Note 3 is out of stock online, indicating that the Note 3 may already be a popular device for T-Mobile.
The Galaxy Note 3 originally sells for $199.99 upfront with 24 monthly payments of $21 on T-Mobile, but the network is currently offering the Note 3 for $0 up front with 24 monthly payments of $29.50 in a new promotion.
Customers can also pay for the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 at full price for $703.99. The Samsung Galaxy Gear companion device also available at T-Mobile, sold separately for $299.
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.
T-Mobile offers the Jet Black and Classic white color options for the Galaxy Note 3.
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Fionna Agomuoh is a Technology Reporter for the International Business Times, a vegan foodie, and a lover of Electric Dance Music.