Jun 28 2014, 7:13am CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
Companies often lend their new products to potential customers for a specified trial period and this is obviously down with the intention of later selling you the product. However, this practice hasn’t been so common in the tech world but it has now been ignited by T-Mobile’s “Test drive” which was giving away the iPhone 5s for trial basis. Samsung soon followed suit and now it is also giving away its Galaxy line of products for free testing for a period of three weeks. This offer is only for the US citizens and it provides a vast range of products for testing and this is the perfect opportunity for anyone who is looking to buy a new phone or smartwatch. The good news is that the Galaxy Note 3 is also part of this amazing offer.
The Galaxy S5 is going to attract a lot of attention on this deal. With its heart-rate monitor, fingerprint scanner and an impressive display, this is a total catch. The Note 3 is an equally impressive device but with the Note 4 on its way, it is close to its expiry date. You can also take this opportunity to try out two smartwatches which Samsung launched alongside the Galaxy S5 at the Mobile World Congress. This includes the Galaxy Gear and the Gear 2 (which runs on Samsung’s Tizen OS).
You can have all these devices for 21 days without any charge and for security purposes, you will be asked to submit your credit / debit card information in case you damage, lose or deface the product.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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