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[Deal Alert] Sprint's Galaxy Note 3 $299 For Upgrades From Wirefly ($50 Off)

If you're dedicated to The Now Network and plan on renewing the two-year grip it has on your wallet with the Galaxy Note 3, you're in for a bit of a shocker: the on-contract price is $350. New customers can use the $100 port-in credit to get it for just $250. Ouch.

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Thankfully, Wirefly is here to make the upgrade cost a little easier to swallow by knocking a fifty spot off of Sprint's offering, so you can nab this gargantuan for $300.

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Samsung Releases Kernel Source Files For AT&T, Sprint, And SK Telecom Galaxy Note 3

Samsung's new stylus-packing smartphone is still rolling out across the US, but you can get a taste of the Galaxy Note 3 with the kernel source files just posted to Samsung's open source site. After dropping the code for eight variants of the Note 3 earlier this week, we've now got the Jelly Bean bits for the Sprint, AT&T, and SK Telecom versions.

2013-10-04 11_24_25-Open Source Release Center

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Sprint's Day One MI5 OTA Update For The Galaxy Note 3 May Remove Controversial Benchmark Boosts [Update: Nope]

Update: We've heard back from Sprint on the "Restriction to benchmark sites removed" line. Here's what a representative told us:

During the development phase of this device, we had blocked benchmarking sites/apps. Now that it is released to our customers this fix will allow users to download benchmarking apps on their note 3. Hope that answers your question.

So presumably any favorable treatment that the Galaxy Note 3 demonstrated in review units, as shown by the Ars Technica report below, is still in effect.

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Galaxy Note 3 Deep-Dive Review: Still Making Every Other Big Phone Look Bad

You've been warned: the Galaxy Note II was probably my favorite smartphone of 2012, and it looks like its successor, the Note 3, is stealing my heart all over again. With big hardware improvements across the board, as well as substantial additions to software, the Note 3 feels like a true next-generation sort of phone. Samsung has rather effectively ruined every other large-screen device for me, and frankly, probably every other phone released this year.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 And Galaxy Gear Now Available From T-Mobile

If you've been waiting for the newest and shiniest Samsung tech to get a bit of Magenta branding, wait no longer: the Galaxy Note 3 is now available from T-Mobile.com. The Galaxy Gear should be on sale, but at the time of writing the online store pages for the watch are returning errors. T-Mobile retail stores should be offering both devices starting today. The Galaxy Note 3 is $708 at full price, $199 plus a $21 monthly charge over 24 months, or $29.50 per month with zero down (if you qualify).

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Samsung Releases More Of The Galaxy Note 3's Open Source Kernel Files - SM-N900, SM-N9005, SM-N900K, And Several Others

Samsung first posted open source kernel files for the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear just before the weekend, only a couple of days after both devices became available internationally. There weren't many models available at the time, just two for the Note 3 and one for the Gear. Now Samsung has introduced eight more for the Galaxy Note 3, including the SM-N900, SM-N9005, SM-N900K, and many others.

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These devices haven't launched in the US yet, but these files enable developers and open source enthusiasts living stateside to play around with things before anyone else, in a sense.

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AT&T Sets Samsung Galaxy Gear And Galaxy Note 3 Release For October 4th Online And In Stores

AT&T has finally nailed down the date for its Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear launch. Ma Bell will be making Samsung's latest phablet available for purchase October 4th through its website and in stores. That'll give you a few days to take all your pants to the tailor to have the pockets let out.

The last time AT&T had anything to say about its Note 3 launch it would only commit to around October 1st.

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Samsung Posts Open Source Files For The Galaxy Gear (SM-V700) And Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N900T And SM-N900W8)

Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear devices aren't available in the U.S. yet, but if you're a developer and/or open source enthusiast, you can already play with them. Sort of. As usual, Samsung has posted the open source kernel files for the new smartphone and smartwatch in a very timely matter, just a couple of days after international availability.

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Two Galaxy Note 3 models have been posted so far, the SM-900T and SM-900W8.

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[Update: Clarified] Samsung Has Begun SIM Locking Its Phones Across The World To Home Regions, Putting The Squeeze On Phone Importers?

Update 2: Samsung has clarified the issue to Android Central, and it turns out it's actually not all that bad. Here's the gist: if you buy a Galaxy Note 3 (or other region-locked Samsung phone), it must be activated with a SIM in its home region. That means you can't import a Note 3 from Taiwan and then activate it in Europe, for example, and if you try to do that, it will lock itself.

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Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (GT-N9000) On eBay Daily Deals For $749 With Free Shipping

The Galaxy Note 3 just launched today and already you can have one for your very own, as long as you don't mind paying out the nose for an unlocked unit. The 32GB Galaxy Note 3 (GT-N9000) is up for sale at $749, which is the cheapest you can get right now.

2013-09-25 01_59_49-New Samsung Galaxy Note 3 III N9000 32GB★ Factory Unlocked ★ Latest Version _ eB

The US carrier versions of the Note 3 will be going on sale in the coming days, but this one can be used on most GSM networks.

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