Usually the case is that you’ll see a great Android smartphone being announced, but you’ll never get a price, carrier availability or even a possible time to pre-order it anywhere. The good thing is that companies like Samsung are catching-on to how frustrating that is, and that is slowly changing for the good.

Verizon is the first carrier to announce their pre-orders for both the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear. You can do so online starting tomorrow at 9:00 AM ET, even though a concrete US price for both products isn’t really detailed within the teaser that’s already out today. If rumors or history are enough to judge each product, you’ll most likely have to shed $300 for the Note 3, and some odd amount for the Galaxy Gear, but we’ll definitely keep you posted on the details. Sales for each product shouldn’t take long considering the fall holidays are just a couple of weeks away as well.

All four major US carriers have confirmed that they will be selling both products, so stay tuned for the rest to provide pre-order details during the rest of the day.

Via: Engadget

Source: Verizon Wireless

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