We’ve been all waiting to hear when we can finally get our hands on the LG G3 for Verizon, and now we finally know. We not only have availability information, but also pricing and launch date.
The Oppo Find 7a was up for pre-order a few weeks ago however the QHD variant of Find 7 is also now available for pre-order with a shipping date of “early July”.
Interested customers have the option to pre-order either the US version (enhanced TMO support) or the International version, however both the devices are priced at $599. The device is also available Astro Black or White color.
Want to get your hands on a Galaxy Tab S as soon as possible?
Pre-orders start today — reserve the WiFi only Galaxy Tab S 8.4 for $399.99 and the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 for $499.99. Although there isn’t a shipping date yet, the devices are expected to ship in July
Check out some of our other Galaxy Tab S coverage below:
It’s seriously an awesome deal for only $220 off-contract. The only real thing that was holding me back from recommending the original Moto G to friends and family looking for a cheap, reliable but fast device was its lack of LTE. Now, that won’t be a problem.
The device will be available everywhere on June 3 for most carriers around the world — just check with yours before you go ahead and buy, if you’re not sure.
Samsung officially announced the new Chromebook 2 back in March and is to expected to launch in April. Starting today, customers can now pre-order the new Chromebook 2 from Amazon, which will ship sometime in April.
Two variants of the laptop are up for sale, one is the 11.6-inch model for $320 and another is the 13-inch model for $400. They will have a faux leather lid just like the Galaxy Note 3. The 13-inch model comes with a full HD display with 1920×1080 resolution and both the models will have Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa processor with 4GB of RAM and will be able to run for up to 8.5 hours on a single battery charge.
Samsung’s newest wearables are now up for pre-order through Amazon. The Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches along with the Gear Fit smartband can all be pre-ordered today. The Gear 2 costs $299 while the Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit both carry a $199 price tag.
Hit one of the source links below to pre-order yours.
Want to test out the Galaxy S 5 and the new Galaxy Gear line before release date?
Starting today, Best Buy will be making sample units of the devices available to the public in its stores, weeks before their respective launch dates.
This would mark the first time a retailer has ever showcased a phone before its launch. The deal is part of Samsung’s year-old partnership with Best Buy, which brought nearly 1,400 Samsung “experience shops” within select Best Buy locations.
Best Buy’s goal here is preorders, and we’re expecting that number to be pretty high in anticipation for the launch of Samsung’s newest line of Galaxy devices.
Samsung announced its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S 5, last month at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona with the fingerprint sensor and heart rate sensor topping the list of the new features. Today, Samsung UK announced that the handset will be available for pre-order starting from March 28.
The device will be available on Samsung’s online store and it’s physical store as well as other retailers across London. A London retailer, Carphone Warehouse, has also announced that it would start taking pre-orders of the Galaxy S 5 from March 28.
After announcing the Sony SmartBand at MWC 2014 this week, Sony has wasted no time in starting the retail blitz to get the devices into the hands of buyers. On the Sony Mobile Store, the device has already shown up for pre-order for £79.99 ($134 USD) in the U.K. and €99 ($136 USD) for other European markets. Although, Sony indicated the devices would be available in a variety of colors, thus far black appears to be the only choice available for early adopters that want to be the first to get the devices onto their wrists.
The first units of the Sony SmartBand destined for European markets and the U.K. are expected to be delivered in early April. That will give buyers an opportunity to spend some time with the Lifelog application prior to having the device in hand as Sony says the app should be available in Google Play sometime in March.
source: Xperia Blog
If you’ve been dying to get your hands on the new Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 your wait is almost over, at least if you live in the UK. The device that was announced at CES earlier this month, the tablet will come with a hefty price tag. For those of you looking to shell out top dollar for the device it will cost you £649 ($1074.10). That’s just for a WiFi version too.
On top of that you’ll get 32 or 64GB of storage, an Octa-core (1.9GHz quad-core and 1.3GHz quad-core) processor, S-Pen functionality, and a 12.2 inch, 1600×2560 display. But that’s not all you’ll get. For a limited time Samsung is throwing in its new Gamepad accessory valued at £59 ($97.64). The tablet and Gamepad will start shipping February 4.
There isn’t word on pricing or availability in other markets yet, but it’s safe to say that it will be priced similarly. We’ll let you know when it’s announced for other markets but until then, you can check out our hands on with the tablet.
source: Samsung UK