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Samsung galaxy note 3 is Android 4.3 jellybean phone that has 5.7 inches screen with Corning Gorilla Glass, having resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, multi touch, comes with a super AMOLED capacitive touch screen and weighs 168 grams.
It consists of 2.3 GHz Quad-core Krait 400 Snapdragon 800 processor. It has an amazing battery with the talk time up to 21 hours and stand by up to 420 hours. White color of this model with leather textured back gives it a premium look.
S amsung Galaxy Note 3 comes with an amazing 13 mega pixels camera which ensures best picture quality. It has an internal memory of 16 GB and external memory is expandable up to 64 GB other than that there is micro USB slot.
The display of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the highlight feature alongside the S Pen support. The diagonal has been bumped by 0.2" (from 5.5" to 5.7"), while the resolution has more than doubled (1080 x 1920, up from 720 x 1280) resulting in a pixel density of 386ppi, which effectively (for the first time in Note history) crosses the Retina 300ppi threshold.
The display technology is Super AMOLED but Samsung has abandoned the RGB design from the Note II and gone for a diamond-shaped PenTile matrix instead.The screen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is among the best we've seen. It has practically infinite contrast, impeccable viewing angles and colors that pop out of the frame like nothing else.
The S Pen can be placed back into its compartment either side up, the button facing up or down. The stylus is made of matte plastic, with a finely grooved top part. The flat sides of the stylus actually allow an even more comfortable grip. The button is positioned on one of those flat sides and is easy to reach.
13 MP stills are great
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes with the same 13 MP snapper, the Photo Sphere-like Surround Shot. The 13MP camera is good for photos of up to 4128 x 3096 pixels in its native 4:3 aspect.
The user interface is based on the Galaxy Camera interface. A single viewfinder handles both still and video capture, so you don't have to switch modes. This is certainly not the most convenient solution as, if you're shooting full resolution 13MP photos, you'll have to frame your videos using a 4:3 viewfinder.
The majority of the settings is located in the top left corner. Still, there a number of interesting options here like the setting for the volume rocker to act as a still shutter key, a video shutter key or a zoom lever. The HDR mode (Rich Tone) can be set to save a normal and an HDR photo or just the HDR one.
The modest increase in battery capacity was a bit of a question mark hanging over the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, considering the screen resolution has more than doubled. Yet, the 3,200mAh battery.
The power-efficient Super AMOLED screen was made to count in video-playback and helped the Note 3 achieve an excellent score despite the huge estate to light up. Talk time is great too, web browsing the only element where the Note 3 failed to show a meaningful improvement over its predecessor.