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  # 904888 30-Sep-2013 09:28
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That's a good question. I'm hoping it is the n9005.




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  # 904891 30-Sep-2013 09:32
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BigHammer: That's a good question. I'm hoping it is the n9005.


i have checked the telecom one on display .. it is n9005. check i about . the baseband and the model

plus NZ was in the list of countries for N9005 that was released by Samsung

 
 
 
 


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  # 904898 30-Sep-2013 09:35
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Excellent. Did staff indicate a date they were expecting stock in-store?




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  # 904940 30-Sep-2013 10:31
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BigHammer: Excellent. Did staff indicate a date they were expecting stock in-store?

10th October (subject to change) according to Telecom this morning
although they could not confirm USB 3 on the 9005 and neither could they confirm 4K, although they suggested it was 1080

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optrex:
BigHammer: Excellent. Did staff indicate a date they were expecting stock in-store?

10th October (subject to change) according to Telecom this morning
although they could not confirm USB 3 on the 9005 and neither could they confirm 4K, although they suggested it was 1080


All variants of the Note 3 sport the USB 3.0 port, only the 9005 has 4K video recording. No need for them to confirm either.




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  # 904990 30-Sep-2013 11:24
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looks like pbtech is getting some parallel imported ones ETA 5th.  1263.85$ incl

http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?p=search&sf=galaxy+note+3+N9005

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dan: looks like pbtech is getting some parallel imported ones ETA 5th.  1263.85$ incl

http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?p=search&sf=galaxy+note+3+N9005


kind of stupid if they selling it for more then what telecom sells it. whye would someone buy a more expensive one.. telecom its 1119 no contracts

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  # 905012 30-Sep-2013 11:45
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XinfinityoO:

kind of stupid if they selling it for more then what telecom sells it. whye would someone buy a more expensive one.. telecom its 1119 no contracts


not stupid, they can get it before the official NZ release date so they can charge more for those ppl who cant wait

they are also available for pre order at Dick Smith, 1199 incl, ETA 10th

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  # 905013 30-Sep-2013 11:45
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XinfinityoO:
dan: looks like pbtech is getting some parallel imported ones ETA 5th.  1263.85$ incl

http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?p=search&sf=galaxy+note+3+N9005


kind of stupid if they selling it for more then what telecom sells it. whye would someone buy a more expensive one.. telecom its 1119 no contracts


To get it a week earlier? Another $60 or so on a $1200 phone is stuff all difference, too, so those that don't want to get it off Telecom or prefer a PI version could choose this also.

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  # 905205 30-Sep-2013 15:55
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Grey imports are available now from $1020 to $1095 with NZ shipping.
64Gb version is due next week! Not sure on a price yet though.

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  # 905207 30-Sep-2013 15:58
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optrex: Grey imports are available now from $1020 to $1095 with NZ shipping.
64Gb version is due next week! Not sure on a price yet though.


source please

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Picked up my black 32GB Note 3 at Cool Mobile in town today, woohoo!




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  # 905388 30-Sep-2013 20:27
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XinfinityoO: i have checked the telecom one on display .. it is n9005. check i about . the baseband and the model

plus NZ was in the list of countries for N9005 that was released by Samsung


Do you recall if it was a 16GB or 32GB model? Cheers




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  # 905413 30-Sep-2013 21:48
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XinfinityoO: i have checked the telecom one on display .. it is n9005. check i about . the baseband and the model

plus NZ was in the list of countries for N9005 that was released by Samsung


Do you recall if it was a 16GB or 32GB model? Cheers


32GB here in Wellington store

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  # 905416 30-Sep-2013 21:59
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Cheers Scott!




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