Samsung Galaxy Note 3 — Interested in knowing more about the Galaxy Note 3?

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Sep 25, 2013 1:13:15 PM

If you happened to have missed news on the Note 3 or would like to know more about it and its functions, we performed a hands-on test before the device was even announced as well as a review video.

Our initial pros and cons were:
Pro:
Excellent Display
Unique software features (S Pen)
Strong Processor

Con:
The back-side is made of textured synthetic leather

Let us know what you think about the device! >_>

Sep 26, 2013 11:00:22 PM

I have also some nice things (had it in the hand today and extremely nice)
for starters the (more or less) depressing things:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/3d2r7h1tl9im2c5/2013-09-26%2014.47.45.jpg
for starters we dont have the announced RAM of 3GB but rather just 2.38 and needless to say that this is a bit much of a loss (even if it was manufatured with the wrong calculations (1000 instead of 1024) we'd have 2.79GB.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ihtri6pih5zulen/2013-09-26%2014.56.20.jpg
and the system Storage tops everything 13.08, yes right, THIRTEEN Gigabyte for the System.
resulting in 18.98GB usable Storage of 32GB, THAT's ripoff, but still more than Note 2.
now for the better things:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/fr7k069r1atjsvn/2013-09-26%2014.57.15.jpg
Note 3 has the ability to make the entire screen smaller and so not just relating it to some Samsung and Google Apps and therefore making the use easier, for people with smaller hands and still having a large screen for movies and whatnot.

MFG/Regards My1

Dec 14, 2013 4:26:48 AM

I think the textured synthetic back looks great compared to all of the other phones in the market. They did a great job as it gives the note 3 an executive look and a better grip.

Dec 14, 2013 4:29:58 AM

The good news is that the note 3 allows a micro sd card up to 64 GB. I myself added a 32GB card and have all of my media on the card while reserving the phones built in storage for apps. Enjoy your note 3

Mar 4, 2014 4:55:47 PM

Why would you not want the apps on your SD card? Do they run faster or better when in the phone memory? I had always thought that it was best to move anything possible to the SD card and leave as much phone memory open as possible.

Mar 6, 2014 10:00:22 AM

well. Note 3 has 32 GB internal and I dont rly like it when my mSD is messy and everything. especially when I have 20GB of music and a hellish lot of videos on it.
I usually only push phone data on the mSD if nessesary. Especially coz I could change my mSD for more videos music and whatnot, whithout killing some apps...
Also moving the apps also is known for crushing widgets. and also is said to cause problems with boot-up apps...
But that doesn't mean that I don't apprecite the option.
It is nice to have the option, but the default I want to set myself depending on my standards...

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MFG/Regards My1