Galaxy Note 3

Galaxy Note fans, you are now closer than ever to finally owning your (new) dream device. The latest iteration of the series is today going on sale unlocked around the globe, with carriers expected to offer it in the following days.

According to Samsung, the Galaxy Note 3 is now available in 58 countries from around the world, with 82 more to follow by the end of the year. That’s a huge rollout that will put the Note 3 in front of millions of people, and a far cry from the timid, almost reluctant launch of the original Note.

In the UK, the Galaxy Note 3 is going unlocked for £649 from Samsung’s website and for £629.95 from Carphone Warehouse. In Germany and other European markets, Amazon has the Note 3 for a pricey €759.

In the United States and Canada, Negri Electronics has the Galaxy Note 3 in stock with pricing around $770.

We’ve verified that the Note 3 is available in Hong Kong and China, while Australians will have to wait until October 3 for a Note 3 release, with a price tag of AUS$888 unlocked.

If you’re interested in the Galaxy Note 3’s smartwatch companion, the Galaxy Gear can be yours for a cool $300 or the equivalent in your local currency.

If $750-$800 is too much for your budget, US carriers are going to release the Galaxy Note 3 in early October. You can get the S Pen equipped device on:

Still on the fence about ordering a Galaxy Note 3? Until the release date comes in your country, check out our hands-on impressions and other Note 3 coverage.

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