Gee, 03 Jul 2013Get a 64GB memory card end of story......... :D simplesNote II & GS4 both are capable of 64gb SD cards. Note III may b capable of 128gb SD cards. Also u can store apps on Note III's SD
Many peoples still buying Note 2. Y because they want to use note 2 for 5 or more years. They r not caring about note 3. Note 2 is perfect 5'5 not much bigger, good battery, amoled screen, all features available. Happy with note 2. Note 3 6inch or Note 4 7inch not interested.
Here's the specs of tegra 4 and tegra 4i
Tegra 4 4GB of ram Tegra 4i 2gb of ram
CPU Cores 4 + 1 4 + 1
CPU Architecture ARM Cortex-A15 ARM Cortex-A9 r4
Max Clock Speed 1.9 GHz 2.3 GHz
Custom GPU Cores 72 60
Computational Photography Architecture Yes Yes
Memory Frequency DDR3L & LPDDR3 LPDDR3
Memory Size 4 GB 2 GB
LCD 3200 x 2000 1920 x 1200
HDMI 4K (UltraHD) 1080P
Architecture Optional LTE Chipset Integrated i500 LTE
LTE Cat 3/Cat 4+CA 100-150
Mbps DL (50 Mbps UL)
FDD and TD-LTE, TMs 1-8
Cat 3/Cat 4+CA 100-150
Mbps DL (50 Mbps UL)
FDD and TD-LTE, TMs 1-8
HSPA+ Cat 24/6 42 Mbps DL (5.7 Mbps UL)
Plus cats 6, 8, 10, 14, 18
Cat 24/6 42 Mbps DL (5.7 Mbps UL)
Plus cats 6, 8, 10, 14, 18
TD-HSPA Cat 24/6 4.2 Mbps DL (2.2 Mbps UL)
Cat 24/6 4.2 Mbps DL (2.2 Mbps UL)
Package Size/Type 23x23 BGA 14x14 FCCSP 12x12 POP
Process 28 nm 28 nm
I believe theres a lot of misinformation about phones and people think doing much is good. :D
AnonD-61409, 03 Jul 2013Error: These devices do are computers. They are improving them so much, yet you complain. And ... moreMultitask...oh God
You sound like a guy that live in your phone and not got a personal life.
I used to think phones are for make calls hehehe
So mucho is not making any phone better, greedy android and corporations are doing things very unconfty for users.
However if youy think average Joe do 5 things at the same time on their phone. Good for you!
But in the real life, more tasks menas less battery and means more costs.
Conclution, is unwise.
AnonD-61409, 03 Jul 2013Why don't you pick a name? -.-Too lazy to do that hahaha
Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. What's the use of 3GB RAM when we can't even have one specially optimized game like Nvidia Tegra 3 games on Note 3? Stupid Samsung.
AnonD-122289, 03 Jul 2013The gnote 3 must have 32/64 gig of ROM or else I'll stick to my gnote 2, it means no upgrading... moreI totally agree on 32gb part. 16gb is ridiculous, in reality its only about 10gb free for user in 16gb note2. And stereo speakers.. Yes I want them too!!! Bring it on Samsung!
[deleted post]Plus the Ultra can't fit any pocket except the back of your pants. No Wacom digitizer system. No flash light - not just for picture taking. No changeable battery. Not enough battery. A nice waterproof device, but not so much features or battery usage stamina basing at how the rest of the Xperia series have been performing.
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2013Multitasking what? Browse while gaming and watching movie all at the same time in a 6" sc... moreError: These devices do are computers. They are improving them so much, yet you complain. And they are getting to be super-computers, because of their ultra portability and wide potential computational use. If you think these divices are phones only, I understand why you don't like to see smartphones improving so much.
MULTI-TASKING, in Android is not like multi-tasking in a Windows PC. But both are supported in the same principle: the more RAM the better. This, to meet the CPU power.
Although in the Galaxy S4 you can play a video and do other task at the same time, just to answer your sarcasm.
So, you need an explanation of what is multitasking in Android.
To start off: I have an Xperia Pro which has 512MB of RAM and a 1Ghz single core cpu. I can do almost anything I can do on my Motorola Razr i which has 1GB of RAM and a single core 2Ghz Intel cpu (which Android takes as a Dual Core) but in the Razr i everything is much faster and I can open more than 3 times the apps I can in my Xperia Pro without a single slowdown and switch a moment from a game (NFS, for instance) to check an e-mail, open several tabs to review something in the net, etc, then go back to the game and continue where I was playing, just as quickly as "clicking" is. Why? Because of the better processor and because of the double amount of RAM available. Starting to understand?
Do you think such useful things would be possible with only 512MB of RAM? The system would have to close one app to open another, and you wouldn't have your app as you left it when switching back, they would have to reload.
That's why the more is the better in this case. And there's no gimmick here. It's a fact Android multitasking if very highly improved by more RAM available.
Now, if your beloved iOS is better at running as good as that with less hardware, good for Apple because they can save so much money that way, but the curious thing is that they cost as they had top hardware in them. Apple should give their users more for what they pay. Don't you think?
As much as iOS is optimized and polished in resources management, it needs enough RAM to run good. As much as it can run a task with 100MB of RAM where Android needs 150MB iOS eventually will choke or slow down if you use it to perform several tasks to meet the needs of your workload or for fun. So, it's good that with only 512MB or 1GB of RAM iOS does fine, but with 2 or 3GB it would do much better.
While listening to music in the background, how many tabs can you open in your iPhone browser before it starts to slow down?
Did you know that if Apple wasn't so stingy and greedy to give iPhone more RAM and more CPU power you could open more tabs and keep browsing happily?
All systems like these need RAM, and there's no lie in saying that the more is the better.
Now to give you a visual explanation and demonstration of what multitasking in Android is like. Check out this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4LdAQOkcy4
It's: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vs Motorola Razr I Multitasking Comparison.
There you'll see how the Razr i performs as good as the Note 2, and when switching from task to task the Note 2 is a bit better BECAUSE it has 2GB of RAM where the Razr i has only 1. Even so, with only 1GB the Razr i did perform on par to the Note 2.
What 3GB of RAM would allow in the Razr i, for example, is the ability to go back to a task you were doing and find it AS YOU LEFT it. No matter how much apps you have opened, all of them will remain and stay as you left them when you get back to them ALL with NO SLOWN DOWNS, and you can continue what you where doing. But seems like you don't like this.
If you own a PC, or MAC, you must know that ANY system SLOWS DOWN when RAM is getting used to its maximum. You know it, right?
SO, again: THE MORE RAM, THE BETTER. In ANY computational SYSTEM.
Another video: The Razr i vs Galaxy S3. Just to for anyone to see how good performs the Intel CPU.
kobby higher., 03 Jul 2013Sony Xperia Z Ultra, still thinner, bigger and better. Go Sony Go xperia Go ultra Make.believeYeah, Sony only finally realized that the more than 5" screen smartphone category is logically marketable Thanks to the successes of the Note I and II. You're welcome, Sony fans.
the snapdragon 800 version of note 3 should also come in india....... and if samsung reduces the price of the note 3 it will be awesome................if they do this almost everyone will go for note 3...............
This phone is already smoked by Xperia Z Ultra. No matter how much ram it will pack. Its already behind Sony!