TheNeighbor, 03 Jan 2014Not having the Note 3, and little knowledge about tech, you have nothing to share about the is... moreMy goodness, you are right! I did go through the old pages to see the dude's older posts and yeesh, what is with the "change of heart" now? Damn creepy in a way
amit, 03 Jan 2014Thanks. Thanks a lot for your help. Always a pleasure!!!
Karthik, 02 Jan 2014Hi all. Am using this awesome phone since 20 days.. and im very happy of its specs on paper a... morehi...ur name suggest u r indian.....must be using n9000(3g version of note3)....how come u r able to record 4k video in it...???
Jack Tig, 03 Jan 2014It sounds like a defective phone. If you have a 14-day window with your purchase, then you sho... moreNot having the Note 3, and little knowledge about tech, you have nothing to share about the issue. Just stop.
Gull., 03 Jan 2014Hearing lot of battery drain complains on new firmware. any comments???It sounds like a defective phone. If you have a 14-day window with your purchase, then you should probably utilize the option to get a new phone.
Hearing lot of battery drain complains on new firmware.
amit, 03 Jan 2014I am using xperia z1 right now. Looking to buy note 3. Size doesn't matter because z1 is almos... moreSometimes changing from one android device to another can make you feel like you didn't make an actual upgrade. But Note 3 is a good move from Z1. The S pen feature in the note 3 will leave you with a feeling of satisfaction that you made an actual upgrade and not just a change of brand. So i say definitely go for it.
I forgot to mention that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 works with gloves on your hands, you just need yo make sure that you turn the setting on. This is perfect for contractors and outdoor sports enthusiasts who want to use the phone without taking gloves off. It’s also a handy feature for anyone who experiences a harsh winter.
Jack Tig, 03 Jan 2014Ok. So after using my note 3 for a week here is my verdict. I have made a list of Pros and Con... moreLadies and gentlemen... another plagiarised copy-pasted of this anti-Note 3 troll from the Clove site:
The sequence of the pros and cons he enumerated is exactly the same from this site.
He claims to have bought the Note 3 or other devices. Pretends to be helpful, but he's just here bragging about his imaginary gadgets. He can't even do one honest review because he doesn't have an actual Note 3.
I am using xperia z1 right now. Looking to buy note 3. Size doesn't matter because z1 is almost about same size phone. Note 3 users please suggest, what should I do?
Deepogi, 02 Jan 2014Hi Note 3 users, as far as I know this is the best phone I ever had. S pen functionality, awes... moreOk. So after using my note 3 for a week here is my verdict. I have made a list of Pros and Cons for the Note 3
Note 3 Pros
Large, Full HD Display.
Good battery life.
Fast charging and file transfer speeds.
Great camera and 4K video recording.
Evernote integration and free Evernote Premium.
TouchWiz has some very nice features.
32GB internal storage and 64GB microSD expansion.
Note 3 Cons
Android OS lacks app stability and unfortunately it shows even in such a powerful device.
The SIM has limitations.
Overall size may be too big for some and not comfortable to carry around.
Number of features can be overwhelming at times and some are unnecessary.
S Notes from the Note 2 are not compatible.
Home button is a bit wonky.
Whatever you do...do not drop it!!!!
Deepogi, 02 Jan 2014Hi Note 3 users, as far as I know this is the best phone I ever had. S pen functionality, awes... moreYes, the Galaxy Note series is a class of it's own.
Others are just trying to replicate its big screen, but don't get the main concept of the Note was a notebook. What good is a notebook without a pen?
Jack Tig, 02 Jan 2014If stability is important to you then it is a bad idea because apples ios system is the king o... moreTells us what specific instability Android has... no you can't, without copy-pasting.
We all know you don't have the iPad air, mini, iPhone, or the iPad. You don't even have your own Wi-Fi or cellular service.