Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Makes An Official Debut

Posted: Sep 5 2013, 2:03am CDT | by , in IFA


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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 makes an official debut

Alongside the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Gear, Samsung also unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the latest and the best to the company's Note series.

Bigger, faster, and smarter. These are the words that fit perfectly when describing the Galaxy Note 3. Sporting a larger 5.7-inch screen, the device is almost as huge as the 5.8-inch Galaxy Mega. But, since bigger is now better, users can expect all the full HD Super AMOLED goodness into its screen.

Interestingly, Samsung's kept the phablet slimmer at 8.3mm and lighter too at 168g. There's also a 3,200mAh battery on its back, a little less than the rumored 3,450mAh battery, but that should be enough to keep you wired the entire day.

Under the hood is a quad-core processor clocked at 2.3GHz that supports LTE and a 3GB RAM as well as an expandable 32/64GB internal storage. For image processing, Android fans will love the 13-megapixel camera on the back and the 2-megapixel camera on the front.

Samsung's also betting on the improved S-Pen as one of the primary selling points of the device. Samsung has basically revamped the stylus, enabling it to support five cool features including Action Memo, Scrapbook, Screen Write, S Finder, and Pen Window. Samsung has even partnered with Flipboard to create a special magazine called "My Magazine" exclusively on the phone. Call it special, if you like to.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be available on the 25th of September, together with the Galaxy Gear. It will be making its way to U.S. carriers later this year.

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