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AT&T announces release details for Galaxy Note Edge, HTC RE, Moto 360 and more

AT&T Galaxy Note Edge

AT&T on Monday announced a variety of new products, including new smartphones, wearable devices and a connected camera that will soon hit store shelves. AT&T’s new mobile toys include Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge, HTC’s Desire Eye, RE camera and One M8 for Windows, Microsoft’s Nokia Lumia 830, Motorola’s Moto 360 and LG’s G Watch R.

The Galaxy Note Edge will launch on November 7th, and will cost $945.99 (full price), $399.99 with a two-year agreement, or $0 down and either $39.42 or $47.30 per month with AT&T Next 18 or 12, respectively.

The HTC Desire Eye will cost $549.99 (full price), $149.99 with a contract, or $22.92 or $27.50 per month with AT&T Next 18 or 12, respectively. The phone will be available in stores beginning on November 7th.

The RE camera will cost $199 when purchased alone, or $149 when bought together with a Desire Eye phone on an AT&T Next plan or with a standard two-year contract. The camera can be ordered on November 7th, though it’ll arrive in stores on November 21st.

The One M8 for Windows is also hitting stores on November 7th, priced at $669.99 without a contract or $199.99 on-contract. AT&T Next plans bring the phone’s monthly cost down to $27.92 or $33.60 with Next 18 or Next 12, respectively.

Meanwhile, the Nokia Lumia 830 is a much cheaper Windows Phone option hitting stores on November 7th, priced at $449.99 off-contract or $99.99 with a new two-year agreement. Next pricing starts at $18.75 per month with Next 18 and $22.50 a month with Next 12.

Finally, AT&T this week will also have new wearables in stores starting on November 7th, including the $299 LG G Watch R and the $249 Moto 360. Also of note, Motorola’s smartwatch will cost just $199 when bundled with a Moto X smartphone.

More details about the new devices coming to AT&T this week are available at the source link below.

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