AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have confirmed they'll be offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and have also started pre-registration pages.
Samsung took the wraps off its latest flagship handset, the Galaxy Note 3, at its Unpacked event on Sept. 4. The company announced that the phablet will be available from all four major U.S. carriers and Verizon has already confirmed that it'll start taking pre-orders for the device from Sept. 6.
Customers are eagerly waiting to grab the latest Samsung phablet and will hope that their preferred carriers offer the handset.
Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile have each started a pre-registration page for the Galaxy Note 3. Customers who want to get important information regarding the phablet can register their interest and they'll get relevant information about the handset when available.
Unfortunately, pre-registration is not the same as pre-order and if you pre-register your interest you are not guaranteed the Galaxy Note 3 on the release date.
"AT&T was the first U.S. carrier to launch the original Galaxy Note and we are excited to expand our smartphone and accessory leadership with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Samsung Galaxy Gear on the nation's fastest and now most reliable 4G LTE network," said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president - Devices, AT&T. "We look forward to continuing to offer our customers new and innovative products designed to fit any budget or mobile lifestyle."
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to appeal to a large number of customers and carriers will want to attract customers in a bid to get hold of the major chunk of the market share.
The predecessor of the phablet, the Galaxy Note 2, was welcomed by both smartphone enthusiasts and tech gurus alike. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has created quite a stir in the smartphone space and Samsung will hope that the latest phablet will also receive the same reception on release as its predecessors.
If you are looking to get more information on the latest Galaxy Note 3, you can now pre-register your interest with your preferred carrier.