Samsung launched the 3rd generation Galaxy Note smartphone range which will be launched by this August, during IFA 2013 gadget show. So, in this Galaxy Note 3 review we will go through all the features the new gadget has.
Let’s find out what you can expect:
Galaxy note 3 screen
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has an even larger sized screen than its 5.5-inch sibling, the Galaxy Note 2. Galaxy Note 3 will be sporting a non-flexible 5.9-inch organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display.
Galaxy Note 3 review specs
The large screen won’t be the only feature Samsung will implement. You can expect the Galaxy Note 3 review to be packing some serious technology under its large case.
Galaxy note 3 processor
Yet again, the phone is another industry leading smartphone following within the footsteps of the Galaxy S4 with an outrageous octo-core processor.
And, as this device will fall into Samsung’s “Note” family you will be right to expect a comeback of S-Pen. Just like it will do on the Galaxy Note 8.0 and Galaxy Note 10.1.
Galaxy Note 3 camera
The Galaxy note 3 review will feature an S Orb camera which is apparently set to be released on the new Galaxy Note 3. The 13MP camera is boasting to have optical image stabilisation, which according to Samsung will give traditional cameras a run for their money.
As of today, the handset is the most powerful in the world with a octa-core processor, eight-core GPU, 3GB of memory, 5.9-inch Full HD display and its ridiculous 13MP rear camera.
Metal or plastic
Those hoping Samsung will pull out some premium materials for the Galaxy Note 3 review will have their dreams shattered. The manufacturers claim the handset will follow in the footsteps of the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S3 regarding design. So you’ll get the same plastic from before.
Galaxy Note 3 review price
You can count on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to have a spicy price tag, similar to the Galaxy S4. It will be higher in price than its Chinese competitors the ZTE Grand Memo and the Huawei Ascend Mate.
The Galaxy Note 3 review for this series will cost you at least £550 (around $800), plus the unpredictable regional variances you might bump into.