Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Available For Pre-order At AT&T

Posted: Nov 4 2016, 6:25am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Available for Pre-order at AT&T

Leave your phone behind with a 4G LTE connected Gear S3 frontier. With AT&T NumberSync you can make and receive calls and texts using your smartphone number.

The Samsung Gear S3 Frontier is the first 4G LTE smartwatch from Samsung. The 4G LTE connectivity requires a that you need access to a carrier network. AT&T is a launch partner for the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier.

Starting on Friday, November 4th, you can pre-order the Gear S3 from AT&T. You can buy the Samsung Gear S3 frontier for $49.99 with a 2 year agreement when purchased with a Samsung Galaxy smartphone on AT&T Next or AT&T Next Every Year with eligible service on both devices, or on an AT&T Installment Plan for $17.50 per month for 20 months when you have eligible service.

With the Gear S3 frontier, AT&T customers can enjoy a variety of exclusive experiences including NumberSync, which lets you leave your phone and bring your number with you. With NumberSync you can send and receive texts, as well as make and receive calls, using the same mobile number as your smartphone.

NumberSync is a must. Without having the same number on the smartwatch and your phone, you will go nuts.

Additionally, you can use the Gear S3 frontier to control your DIRECTV Receiver and Digital Life home even when you don’t have your phone close by. The Gear S3 frontier acts as a DIRECTV remote so you can watch and record your favorite shows, change channels, and pause or rewind programming. With the AT&T Digital Life app you can set the alarm, view camera images, and lock the doors (optional camera and door packages required).

“The Samsung Gear S3 frontier is a super stylish, truly independent smartwatch for customers that don’t want to have to carry their phone with them throughout the day,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president, Device and Network Services Marketing. “It can act as a smart hub for your home with the Digital Life and DIRECTV applications. Along with those innovative features, AT&T is also offering the Gear S3 frontier with something no other carrier has – NumberSync. Building on our first year of success with NumberSync and the Gear S series, AT&T is providing you with a simple, network-based solution so you don’t have to juggle multiple phone numbers.”

The S3 smartwatch has the signature steel bezel that lets you move between apps and look at your notifications on its 1.3 inch circular Super AMOLED display. The watch includes enhanced voice controls, for those times when you don’t have a free hand, so you can make a call or set a reminder without ever touching the screen. The watch comes equipped with the latest Tizen 2.3 operating system and 4GB of internal memory to store music, video and pictures.

The durable Gear S3 frontier was designed to enhance the day-to-day routine for people with active lifestyles. Built-in sensors in the watch let you track and share your location, monitor your pace when you’re running, and check your heart rate.8

You can pre-order the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier on AT&T site. The Gear S3 will be released on November 18. We don't expect to see Black Friday Gear S3 deals, as the release it too close to the big Thanksgiving sales weekend. There will be plenty of Black Friday Apple Watch deals.

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