wonderfull phone in this price android 4.2.2 jelly bean .temple run game run fast and ram is 512 mb toch is verry smooth i like this phone very much
mani, 06 Oct 2013i have this phone stil now very good perf........very nice for use for sms....
experienced user, 28 Aug 2003With quite more features and less than 100$! I doubt if this shit will be cheaper.now?
my first phone... love this model
would like to own this model again..
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 brings its new S Pen and gorgeous 5.7″ Super AMOLED to our office
September 13th, 2013, 18:36 by Johnny
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is finally here and boy are we excited. It’s the best thing to happen digital notepads in recent times and something of an Android icon in the making.
If you’re up to date with your smartphone news the Galaxy Note 3 is a pretty huge deal and currently the very best Samsung can offer. It’s the first smartphone to bring 3 GB of RAM and microUSB 3.0 to the table, rocks the latest and greatest in computing power thanks to the Snapdragon 800 and Exynos 5 Octa chipset selection, and is one hell of a productivity tool.
The possibilities are endless – with the Galaxy Note 3 you can make pretty much everything on the screen part of a scrapbook, import it into Evernote or just doodle anything that pops into your mind the minute inspiration strikes. Samsung has also brought a lot of improvement to the S Pen and the way the software reacts when you remove it from its holster.
Once you pull out the S Pen the Air Command menu automatically comes into focus. It’s a virtual ring with five shortcuts – Action Memo, Scrap Booker, Screen Write, S Finder and Pen Window. Action Memo lets you write stuff and then use it to initiate an action – i.e. add a contact name and number to your phonebook, or check out an address on Google Maps. Scrap Booker lets you add pieces of your screen to…well, a Scrapbook. Screen Write allows you to start writing on the screen wherever you are. Finally, the last element of the Air Command menu is Pen Window. It automatically pops up once you hover with your S-Pen over a text field so you can enter handwritten text.
Here’s a quick video of us playing with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
can some one tell me how to turn off the back light if it is possible ,