Five Samsung devices heading to Canada on October 4th, including the Galaxy Note 3

September 24, 2013
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Samsung fans in Canada are about to get a massive heaping of Sammy goodness sent your way! Starting on October 4th, Samsung will release the Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Gear, Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy S3 Mini to Canada.

Following in November, Canadians will also have the opportunity to pick up the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear

The most exciting of all the Sammy devices heading your way is – without a doubt – the Note 3.

The Next Big Thing is almost here, and it will be available on quite a few networks: Bell, TELUS, Rogers, Mobilicity, MTS, SaskTel, Videotron, Eastlink and WIND Mobile. Unfortunately, we have yet to receive pricing details from any of the carriers.

So will all the networks get the Note 3 from day one? We know for sure that TELUS is getting the handset on October 4th, and we’d expect the same from some of the bigger carriers like Rogers and Bell. On the other hand, we wouldn’t be too surprised if the smaller providers don’t see the Note 3 until a bit later in the month.

For those interested in the Galaxy Note 3’s companion device, the Galaxy Gear, the smart watch will set you back $299. It’s also worth mentioning that if you bundle with the Note 3 between the 4th and 6th of October, you’ll get $100 off.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy S3 Mini

If a budget-oriented handset with a smaller display is more your thing, you’ll want to turn your attention towards the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and S3 Mini. While neither device has been priced, we’d imagine both will be quite affordable.

The S3 Mini may even be offered free with contract, at least judging by AT&T’s $.99 pricing for the handset.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition

Last but not least, we have the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. At the moment, we don’t have official pricing or a release date for the device, but we do know it will be arriving sometime in November.

If you are interested in learning more about any of the five devices heading to Canada, you’ll want to check out some of our hands-on coverage and reviews:

 

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