Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review: Refinement at its Best
Smartphones have become a saturated market place with new devices coming out every month or so; making the phone market feel like a haze. Then comes the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, a device so different that it originates from a line or class of smartphones that are neither phone or Tablet, but rather called the phablet. The Galaxy Note 3 is the latest in that line of experimental devices that have become a huge success for Samsung. Bearing a trimmed down exteriors with a slightly longer frame and some beefed up internals. The new Galaxy Note 3 comes in like a heavy weight boxer in its prime. Weighing in at 5.93 oz and coming in a full oz under its predecessor; the Galaxy Note 3 packs a lot of firepower. Starting of with a lovely a 5.7-inch 1080p display, while the backside of the device features a 13-megapixel camera records at 4K and a faux leather cover. Sandwiched in-between those parts is 3GB RAM, 32GB/64GB storage and a 3,200mAh battery.
The S-Pen has not been left out with the major improvements; making it lighter and easier to grip. Plus the S-pen has added functionality with Air command, which adds more functionality to your fingertips. Other features such as battery life, is greatly improved, giving user up to 24hrs on the device. As you would expect, voice calls are clear and crisp and AT&T’s LTE coverage really makes this device sing. there are many things to like about the Galaxy Note 3 and very little to gripe about. Which is to say simple I have none, but if I were to gripe about anything, it would be the lack of headphones in the packaging box. Other than that, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is mobile refinement at its best, for both the casual and power user.