US Cellular announces availability of Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Sep 17, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
US Cellular, a wireless telecommunications service provider, has announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be available for customers in October 2013.
By the end of 2013, nearly 90 percent of US Cellular customers will have access to 4G LTE speeds, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be the perfect device for them to see the benefits of these speeds. It combines sophisticated design and exceptional functionality to offer premium smartphone performance, making it ideal for taking advantage of the speed of 4G LTE to watch videos, download files, play games and use social media. In addition, customers who purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 from US Cellular will also receive a valuable rewards program that recognizes customer loyalty, the company said.
"Many people are looking for their smartphone to be an all-in-one tool to help them get more done at home, at the office or on the road," said Joe Settimi, vice president of products, pricing and innovation for US Cellular. "At US Cellular, we want to provide the best wireless experience for our customers, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a unique device that is ideal for all members of the family to use for work and play."
According to the company, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 from US Cellular features a beautiful 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display which provides breathtaking visuals and crystal clear detail. Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad core processor and running Android 4.3, the smartphone is packed with the latest innovations, including many features introduced on the Galaxy S 4. S Voice can now be activated with just the sound of your voice, completely hands free and while the device is asleep.
Additionally, the Galaxy Note 3 features a textured back and a new and refined S Pen experience. New experiences include: My Magazine; Advanced Multi Window; Pen Window; Air Command; Scrapbook; Action Memo and S Finder.
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