Conclusion: Granted that Samsung graces the Galaxy Note 3 Neo with a price-tag that's low enough to make it a viable affordable alternative to the Note 3 , we can certainly see the Neo succeed, as it's a wonderful all-round performer for customers looking for a big-screen smartphone from a well-known brand...
Pros: Large and vibrant display, Snappy performance, Capable camera, Good screen-to-size ratio
Cons: Inaccurate screen, A bit pricey, TouchWiz UI needs polish, Average speakerphone
Excerpt: Of our tested phones, the Note 3 boasts the largest screen at 5.7". The Note 3 also scored the highest overall on our graphical benchmarking tests, meaning you can be sure this phone will play content, apps, and games with ease.
Pros: Excellent battery life, Excellent display quality, Good speaker quality, Excellent performance – ideal for running the newest Android games and visual apps
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is definitely a great smartphone, or phablet, characterized by a technical powerful, with support for LTE network and an excellent photographic industry. The processor is quad-core processor. The nib has been optimized.
Pros: Advanced photo features, S-Pen optimized; Support LTE network, 4K Ultra HD movies, BSI sensor, NFC module, Resolution camera, New operating system, Quad-core processor, RAM, Display size and resolution, Infrared port, Dedicated applications, Internal memory, Battery, Quality front-facing camera, ...
Excerpt: Many companies have tried to make a large, note-friendly smartphone, but none have succeeded quite as well as Samsung. While the first Galaxy Note was rather large and lacking in refinement, Samsung has steadily improved the line, this year releasing the brand new Galaxy Note 3, and it has some true...
Summary: Consumers looking for a smaller device should consider the 5-inch Samsung Galaxy S4, the 4.7-inch HTC One or the 4-inch Apple iPhone 5s. But those who want a fantastic combination of long battery life, strong performance and pen-enabled apps should pick up the Galaxy Note 3.
Conclusion: For power users looking for a big-screen phone to help manage their hectic lives, the Galaxy Note 3 is a no-brainer, especially if you like the idea of using a stylus for jotting down notes.
Summary: The third time is the charm? The newest addition to Samsung's successful Galaxy Note series comes with a huge 5.7-inch display - fitting, given the current trend toward ever-larger smartphone screen sizes. But is this beast truly a sight to behold or is it actually a step in the wrong direction?
Pros: Phenomenal battery life, Full HD Super AMOLED display, Extreme performance levels, USB 3.0 port, Camera quality, Capable of QFHD video playback, User-exchangeable battery, User-expandable internal storage (micro SD), S-Pen functionality, The combination of a lightning-fast SoC, a Super AMOLED dis...
Cons: Rather expensive, Some SD cards incompatible?, This gets harder and harder to answer as almost all current high-end devices ship with pretty much every feature available on the market. This observation holds true in case of the Note 3 as well - we are not really "missing" anything on that phone.
Summary: Whether you’re a fan of oversized smartphones or not, it’s clear that they are here to stay. When Samsung initially released the first Galaxy Note , many of us in the industry looked at it a little sideways and wondered what the designers at Samsung were thinking.
Pros: Great Performance, Large, Bright Screen, Good Camera, Tons of Accessories
Cons: Somewhat Pricey, Not "Pure" Android, Screen Somewhat Over-Saturated
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 review: great specs, bland design
22 October 2013
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the flagship phablet device from Samsung that many were waiting for. It competes with every other flagship smartphone from the iPhone 5S to the HTC One, HTC One Max, Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Sony Xperia Z1 and the likes.