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Amazon reduces the price of the Samsung GALAXY Note II to $149.99 for new contracts

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Amazon reduces the price of the Samsung GALAXY Note II to $149.99 for new contracts
The Samsung GALAXY Note II has been filled to the brim with features, all packed into a device with a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED HD display. But for those who have been waiting for a reduction in price, Amazon is offering the Verizon variant of the phablet for just $149.99, about half of the $299.99 price that the nation's largest carrier is selling the device for, with a signed two-year contract. The deal requires you to become a new Verizon account holder, or to add a new line to a current family plan. If you are upgrading an existing line, the price of the Samsung GALAXY Note II is $189.99, which is still a good deal. We also should point out the the deal covers the titanium gray version of the phone only. The white version still is discounted at $199.99

Those who always look for the latest and greatest models might want to wait to see what the Korean based manufacturer does with the next version of the handset. Speculation has the Samsung GALAXY Note III coming to market with a 6.3 inch screen and be powered by the Samsung Exynos 5 Octa processor. That would surpass the 6.1 inch screen on the Huawei Ascend Mate, a device that can now be pre-ordered from a Chinese retailer for $575 USD. But even if Sammy pulls the trigger on a 6.3 inch GALAXY Note III, we could see a 6.44 inch device from Sony as a leaked photo revealed a panel that large with the Sony name branded on top.

source: Amazon via AndroidAuthority

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