Galaxy Note 3 Neo priced higher than the Galaxy Note 3 in Germany

In what can only be regarded as a strange move, Samsung will sell the Galaxy Note 3 Neo in Germany for more than the Note 3. The Galaxy Note 3 Neo will be available from later this month for 579 Euros ($796). The original Note 3, meanwhile, is available for anywhere between 500 to 520 Euros. However, the 579 Euro is Samsung’s suggested retail price, which means that the handset might be available for less once it becomes available in stores. The device will likely cost around what the Note 3 currently costs.

A similar situation is seen in the Indian market. Samsung has started taking pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 3 Neo in India for Rs. 38,990 ($625), which is close to what the Note 3 is retailing for in the country. The Galaxy Note 3 price is currently varying from anywhere between Rs. 41,909 ($674) to Rs. 46,900 ($754) across e-commerce stores. Again, the Note 3 Neo might be available for less than its pre-order price, but the device has to be significantly more affordable than the Note 3 for it to find mainstream consumer interest. We should have more information once retailers start offering the device.



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1 year 6 months ago

I have just bought the Note 3 Neo DUOS (Dual-SIM) SM-N7502 in Lagos Nigeria for the equivalent of US$540. Fantastic!

One small disappointment I have with the device is that Samsung made it slightly (0.2″) smaller than the Note 3, with the result that the Note 3 case would not fit.

1 year 9 months ago

Why launching so many devices? It’s confusing for consumers. Samsung should focus.

1 year 9 months ago

even in most countries, Note3 Neo is priced near to Note3′s.
what happened to “Now everyone can get to experience their smartphone with S-Pen experience with affordable price” ?
you (Samsung) put Note3 Neo in mid-range phablet category, yet, you put the price near to flagship’s. worst case, as said in the article above, priced even higher than Note3 itself. the specs are decent but no better than Note3.
i guess next time, if you wanna do some sort of marketing strategy, or whatever do you call it, put some really good phone with long term support firmware-wise. people out there love your phone, but given “another day, another galaxy”, and you ignore the old ones, you will lose customers Samsung.
i know none of these Samsung guys would ever read this. just saying.

1 year 9 months ago

Oh REALLY? Have I not already said this in nearly every Note 3 Neo article here over the past months?