Samsung’s latest phablet offering -- the Galaxy Note 7 -- has officially hit stores in 10 countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, Australia, and of course, Samsung’s home country South Korea. All members of the Big Four, namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, will be selling the Galaxy Note 7, as well as regional wireless carrier US Cellular (the fifth biggest mobile operator in America). The smartphone will be made available in three color options: black onyx, silver titanium, and blue coral. Other retailers in the US, such as Best Buy, Amazon, Target, and Sam’s Club, will also be selling the Galaxy Note 7,too
Apart from the official launching of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung is also taking the opportunity to launch several new products. The biggest seller of smartphone devices in the world is also a manufacturer of virtual reality headsets, and its latest offering, the Gear VR, will be debuting in stores along with the Galaxy Note 7. Priced at $100, the Gear VR is designed to be able to plug into selected Galaxy smartphones, including the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy Note 7.
Then there is the Gear 360, the South Korean tech giant’s 360 degree camera. This device comes with a retail price of $350, and is made compatible with later Galaxy smartphone models. The Gear 360 basically lets mobile users produce high resolution, 360 degree pictures and videos, and even allows people to share those images and footage directly on social media or use them with Samsung’s virtual reality devices.
Music loving fans of Samsung may be delighted to hear that the company is also launching its Gear IconX wireless earbuds. Available for $200, the Gear IconX is being positioned as the ideal earbuds for fitness enthusiasts who like to listen to their favorite audio tracks while working out. Aside from its ability to store a maximum of 1,000 songs in its memory, the Gear IconX also monitors the user’s speed, distance covered, pace and heart rate in real time, and then sync the data it collected to Samsung’s S Health mobile app by way of a smartphone. Apart from the Gear IconX, Samsung is also offering Level Active, earbuds that are resistant to sweat, light weight, and priced at $100.
Some may remember that Samsung unveiled its Samsung Connect auto back in February early this year. This connected car solution is now made available starting this week. Samsung Connect has the ability to produce a Wi-Fi hotspot through major US wireless carrier AT&T’s 4G LTE service for up to 10 handsets. For more Samsung offers, you can further explore phones and plans from Samsung at Wirefly today.
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