Galaxy Note 3, the latest smartphone that Samsung launched as part of its popular Galaxy Note series, is now available for purchase in Australia on the network of Telstra.
The mobile phone can be bought on the carrier’s $80 (€56) Every Day Connect Plan with an $8 (€5.6) handset repayment per month. Users can also grab it at $912 (€641) RRP outright through the wireless carrier’s stores.
Those who would like to make the purchase from the comfort of their personal computers can do so from this page on Telstra’s website.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 arrives at Telstra with a large 5.7-inch full HD touchscreen display, while also packing a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor inside.
“At the heart of the Samsung GALAXY Note 3 is its brilliant 5.7 inch Full HD display with stunning picture clarity and vivid, true-to-life colour,” the wireless carrier notes.
Furthermore, the smartphone was launched with 3GB of RAM inside, as well as with 32GB of internal memory. It also sports a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes.
Galaxy Note 3 features a 13-megapixel camera on the back, capable of recording videos in full HD resolution, as well as a front camera for making video calls.
The mobile phone arrives on the market with support for 4G LTE networks, as well as with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. Additionally, it sports NFC and GPS receiver, and the usual set of sensors.
Galaxy Note 3 runs under Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, but Samsung also packed it with a new S Pen, which is complemented by a nice range of new applications, allowing users to do more with the device.
“Samsung have turbocharged the GALAXY Note 3’s new S Pen. The new Air Command menu, gives you quick access to the S Pen’s best features. And the Action Memo app lets you turn your handwritten notes into phone calls, new contacts, emails and more with just a few taps, making multitasking a breeze,” Telstra explains.
Galaxy Note 3 is accompanied at the carrier by Samsung Galaxy Gear, the smartwatch that Samsung launched on September 4 at IFA in Berlin.