According to a new revelation, Best Buy could begin selling the unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in the U.S. beginning from September 19, which is this coming Thursday. A screenshot of Best Buy’s inventory system has given away these details. The pricing seems to be set at $999.99 with the model number N9000, which is the global variant with the octa core variant. So you won’t be able to access LTE networks on the handset. While the price seems a little too over the top, we can expect it to go down once it reaches the retail shelves officially.
We’re not sure if American users will be too interested in buying the smartphone fully unlocked as it lacks 4K video recording and 4G LTE from the Snapdragon 800 variant. However, there are no other noticeable differences apart from this. Carriers in the U.S. will begin stocking the Galaxy Note 3 from October. We’ll hope to gain more clarity on this new variant as the days progress.
Via: Sam Mobile