AT&T is the first carrier in the US to offer Samsung Note series and they have now expanded their lineup of Samsung gadgets with the latest Galaxy Note 7. The device aims to set a new standard for smartphones with a large screen, and unique services like improved S pen, IRIS scanner, and many pre-installed apps.
If you plan to buy a Galaxy Note 7, you can pre-order the device from the official website of AT&T or from any of their stores. The device is available in Black Onyx, Silver Titanium, and Blue Coral, and will be available on AT&T stores from August 19.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is also available on AT&T Next for an installment of 29.34 dollars per month, with a 30-month payback period. You can also opt for the AT&T Next Every Year deal at 36.67 dollars per month, if you have an eligible service. Business customers have the option to avail the device on Equipment Installment Plans for 24 and 36 months.
You can also get the device by taking advantage of the trio offers provided by AT&T. If you buy the device from AT&T Next with 2-year agreements, you can avail Gear S2 smart watch for free, and Galaxy Tab E tablet for just 0.99 dollars.
“The best Galaxy Note ever only gets better on AT&T’s network,” said Jeff Bradley, Senior Vice President for Device and Network Services Marketing at AT&T. “Services and features like DirecTV, NumberSync, and Advanced Messaging from AT&T combined with offers like the free Gear S2 deliver unique mobile and entertainment experiences that you can’t find anywhere else.”
The dual curved 5.7-inch QHD display of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 makes things come to life when you watch your most loved shows, sports, or movies on the DirecTV app. The device also has the DirecTV remote feature, so it can be used as a remote control while watching TV. In addition, this is the first Galaxy device with an IRIS scanner and offers added security to the users. Galaxy Note 7 is powered by a 3500 mAh battery, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Quad-Core 2.15GHz + 1.6GHz processor.