Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the newest phone in the massive (and massively popular) Note lineup, a runaway hit that many doubted would gain any traction in the market. With the huge display comes the S Pen, an active and accurate stylus with some awesome software features.
AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 3 review: One amazing phablet
27 March 2014
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 may be the world's most popular phablet , and with good reason. I tested a demo unit from AT&T Wireless , and the Galaxy Note 3 offers myriad gee-whiz features on a sleek, beautiful phone which somehow manages not to seem huge despite its giant 5.7" display.
Summary: For all of the Galaxy Note 3’s positives, there is one big negative that you may be unable to overcome: it’s a damn big phone. To be perfectly clear: if you purchase this phone, you can forget about one-handed texting; nearly every task will require two hands.
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.
Conclusion: Prepping for that crucial holiday season, Samsung seemingly has a one-two punch offering now, seeing that the Galaxy Note 3 perfectly complements Sammy’s other flagship smartphone. On the surface, the two share many of the same commonalities, like their designs and software experiences, but as we’ve...
Pros: Long battery life, Has all the S4 features & more, Fantastic note taking features, Well rounded performance
Cons: Expensive, Weak speaker, Limited apps support with Air View, Gestures, etc
Excerpt: Samsung popularized the phablet (a smartphone-tablet hybrid) with 2011's Galaxy Note and kicked it up a notch last year with the Galaxy Note 2. However, the Galaxy Note 3 takes the world's best pen-enabled smartphone to a whole new level with a gorgeous 5.7-inch, full-HD screen, a host of new pen...