Among the most impressive hardware that shocked almost fans, its 3GB of RAM is comparable with a the random access memory that joins a standard laptop or even a desktop computer. With other words, its a very generous amount of RAM that will never be riched by any number of same time running apps.
One important aspect related to this smartphone, also called as phablet, is that it arrives on worldwide markets in 3 main versions: a standard Samsung Galaxy Note 3, another one with dual SIM support, and another version that support LTE connectivity. Of course, prices will be different, even if the storage internal memory and/or CPU type will be the same.
Also, its 5.7 inches display can satisfy the most pretentios people, especially from the business area, where many apps involve a lot of particular fields (such as excel genre apps), and the 386 ppi can provide excelent and clear view for anything: images, videoclips, apps, etc. But we should take in consideration the quality of glass screen: it seems Gorilla Glass II doesn't join this phablet (as previous version: the Note 2), and scratches could harm your screen very soon after you'll get a Note3 (well... a screen protector is a must).
Related to the internal memory space, it cames in two versions: 32GB and 64 GB, that can be extended with an external memory storage micro SD card up to 128GB (in case you'll choose the 64GB version and add a 64GB micro SD). And also related to version, I must add some info about the type of CPUs that are joining Note3: the 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 will be available on LTE smartphones, and the (4 x 1.9 Ghz + 4 x 1.3 GHz) eight-core Exynos 5 Octa will join the 3G phablets.
About the authonomy I can say 3200 mAh are just enough for a classic/standard user/fan, but people who are using a lot of hours per day the internet and many huge resource consuming apps will need a power accessory: an extended battery.
Other details about Samsung Galaxy Note 3 are minor, and these are related to a 4.3 Jelly Bean OS version, a 13Mpx foto/video camera, lots of apps and new software inovations (by the way, it seems that "Air" function is loading very slow).
But the price of Note 3?As usual, if you pre-order Galaxy Note 3, then it's a little more expensive than it's official price after release days over all U.S. markets by main mobile carriers (Verizon, U.S. Cellular, T-Mobile, etc), that are selling it arround $750 for an Note 3 unlocked version, and more, more cheaper if you'll get it with a 2 year contract.
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