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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review - A Phablet of Its Own!

Updated on September 21, 2014

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 - A Mobile Powerhouse!

Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 is quite the powerful phablet awaiting the technology world for massive review. CNET.com reviewed the Note 3's computer processing speeds at 23,048 quadrants, navigating menus and opening up multiple applications all at once with no problems. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes packed with a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor. To add to its powerful processing performance, the Note 3 comes with, not 2GB, but 3GB of RAM along with 32GB of internal storage. No wonder this phablet is a mobile powerhouse!

Technology Gurus will Buy The Note 3 Just Because of The HD 1080pixel Screen

I'm not joking either. When you see a movie, a picture, anything on a Samsung Galaxy Note 3, your eyes will be mesmerized. Not only is the screen the biggest of all phablets at 5.7 inches, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a newer AMOLED display technology which features an ultra-crisp and fully the highest-definition HD resolution that equates to 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. Images and movies come out super sharp at 385ppi. Photographers, Hollywood movie studios, and everyday ordinary people will never look at another phone or tablet computer for awhile once they set eyes on the Note 3. The screen, again, people will buy the Note 3 just because of it.

Because the Samsung Galaxy Note 3's screen is sharper and brighter out of the entire Samsung Galaxy device universe, watching NetFlix, You-Tube, or any movie is exciting and exhilarating. Everything in the movie feels like it is coming out of your Note 3. The screen captures reality and gives it to you.

Watching the YouTube videos in my hub here won't do you any justice. You need to watch these YouTube videos on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to see ultra-high-definition (Ultra-HD) for the first time.

No television, computer monitor, tablet computer, or any other technology device has Ultra-HD. Only the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to date has Ultra-HD.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Ultra-HD AMOLED screen displays extremely vivid colors along with wide viewing angles. What better way to enjoy the Note 3 screen on a wide viewing angle vertically or horizontally.

You have five screen modes to choose from:

  • Adapt Display
  • Dynamic
  • Standard
  • Professional Photo
  • Movie

Movie mode is the standard option.

Quick Overview of Features

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes with a built-in fan-shaped application called Air Command which activates when you pull the Stylus S Pen out of the socket. Because the note was modeled after a "notebook" to write things down, scribble ideas, jotting reminders, scrap booking, sharing information by "notebook", the Air Command features all of what I just mentioned. While viewing a web page, using the S Pen you can circle information and copy and/or paste it to your saved scrap book. You can also share the information instantly to all your social media sites. What's also great is the Note 3 will snag metadata or links to that web site you just pulled information from so sharing that to your Twitter following will not be a problem.

Pricing & Availability

  • Verizon Wireless - $299.99 with 2 year contract (24 months)
  • T-Mobile - $199.99 with 2 year contract with an additional $21 charge (24 months)
  • Amazon.com - $799.99
  • eBay.com - $400.00 - $799.99

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is big with a very big price tag. Verizon Wireless charges $299.99 for the Note 3 with a 2 year contract. You can also buy the Note 3 locked from Amazon.com for $799.99 and then unlock it with a paying Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, or Sprint 2 year contract. T-Mobile also sells the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for $199.99 under their 2 year contract but you will be paying an additional $21 a month for the next 24 months.


4 out of 5 stars from 1 rating of Samsung Galaxy Note 3

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