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    Samsung will release 16GB variant of the GALAXY Note 3 in Hong Kong

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    Last updated: October 7th, 2013 at 10:34 UTC+02:00

    Earlier this month Samsung announced the GALAXY Note 3 at their Unpack Event in Berlin. Samsung was initially planning to launch the GALAXY Note 3 with 32 and 64GB of storage.

    Today we received the information that Samsung will release a 16GB version in Hong Kong. Samsung will start selling the GALAXY Note 3 (Octa Core version and Snapdragon 800 version) in Hong Kong from the 25th of September. The 3G version which is the Octa Core (N9000) version will cost $5998 HKD and the LTE (4G)  Snapdragon 800 (N9005) version will cost $6198 HKD, these prices are from: Fortress (a major retailer of mobile phones and electronics in Hong Kong).

    At the moment it's unclear if Samsung will release in Hong Kong also the 32GB or 64GB version, but we expect that either one or both storage versions will come to Hong Kong later this year.

    Snapdragon versionOcta core version

    Thanks to our tipster!

    Phone AndroidGalaxyGalaxy Note 3

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