Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo 4G / SM-N7505 / SM-N7502 / SM-N7500
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Análisis Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo
17 June 2014
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 es una propuesta es un poco más sencilla de la marca pero sin que dejar de tener lo principal para ser un móvil recomendado. No en vano se puede decir que este móvil es casi uno de gama alta.
Summary: Diet. Samsung offers light versions of its smartphone models under the product name Neo. The Galaxy Note 3 Neo is a slimmed down version of its big brother. The manufacturer has made cutbacks in many areas of the device, and only the wireless communication options and the typical Note S Pen remain...
Pros: Great application performance, Good battery runtimes, Decent screen, HSPA+ and LTE cat 4 with wide frequency coverage, Expandable storage, Removable battery, Many communication interfaces, S Pen, The communication interfaces are wide-ranging, and state-of-the-art.
Cons: Price not much lower than the flagship's, Poor speakers, Camera's middling video quality, Casing's thin back seems brittle during opening, Bloatware, A somewhat better camera could certainly have been installed in this price range. Particularly the video could be better.
Summary: Samsung Note 3 Neo is an attempt by Samsung to make note 3 with latest UI and features more affordable and reachable to Indian users. It can be an upgrade for existing users using Note 2 or planning to get one.
Summary: Samsung is credited with the coining of concept, phablet when it introduced the Galaxy Note series couple of years back. Fast-forwarding to 2014, you have the Note 3 which is bigger, powerful and meaner in every aspect but all this comes at the price.
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is a 5.5 inch device with octa core cpu and 8MP rear camera along with great battery support. But it is not running on latest KitKat OS, it it running on Jelly Bean OS. It is available for Rs.34670 at Samsung store. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo
Pros: S Pen functionality, Great battery life, Good viewing angle
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo review: An excellent, cheaper option if you’ve always wanted a Note 3
16 April 2014
Summary: With the official price set to Rs 34,670 and the MOP being even lower, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is a cracker of a smartphone and an excellent choice if you’ve always wanted a Galaxy Note 3 but didn’t have the budget.
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo was launched in India a couple of months ago as the ‘affordable’ version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 ( at Rs. 40,900 ). That definition didn’t strike a chord with many people. The Note 3 Neo is now available at a price of Rs. 33,990 .
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo was launched in India in Feb 2014. It is a trimmed down version of the highly popular Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The device is now available in India for Rs 35,500 which makes it Rs 6,500 cheaper than the Note 3. So should you opt for this device? And is it worth the price?
Pros: Good Display, Design & Build Quality, Amazing Battery life
Conclusion: The Note 3 Neo (Rs 38,000) is a watered-down version of the original Note 3 (Rs 42,500). The Neo lacks the Note 3’s Full HD screen, 13 megapixel camera, and 3 GB RAM. If you like large screen phones with stylus, it makes sense to stretch your budget by 4.5k and purchase the Note 3.
Pros: Vibrant HD AMOLED screen; Feature-packed S-Pen; Great for watching movies; Good 8 MP camera; Long battery life.
Cons: Not ideal for single-handed use; Done-to-death design; Feels too plasticky; Tacky user interface; Expensive.