It's winter time and I can operate my N9005 without removing my thick winter gloves.
ibu, 12 Feb 2014I'm planning to buy Samsung note 3 my only concern is phone big Please any one advice meu can cut the phone using a small saw as you wish
ibu, 12 Feb 2014I'm planning to buy Samsung note 3 my only concern is phone big Please any one advice meBuy what your tiny hands can hold firmly.
ibu, 12 Feb 2014I'm planning to buy Samsung note 3 my only concern is phone big Please any one advice meThis device is for those who like bigger displays. If you don't like it, you should consider Galaxy S4.
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2014He noticed that , you always here. That means he always here. This is the page on the Galaxy Note 3. I have the device and I actually use it daily. If anyone checks, they'd see me on the past Note 1 & 2 and Note 8 pages since more than 2 years back. I don't care about devices with no Wacom digitizer integrated much. I'm only interested seeing what the Galaxy S line offers so that you'd have some idea of the next Note series would feature. I even post at XDA-Developers regarding case modifications, and digital art using the Galaxy Notes.
The wonderful thing about today's technology is that anyone can go online at any time and any where,without ever plugging in till home again.
I'm planning to buy Samsung note 3 my only concern is phone big
Please any one advice me
Plz Plz Tell Me is There Any Way To Download Adobe Flash On Samsung Note 3 Which Support Its Default Browser. Plz Help Cuz My Daily Work Need Flash Player Support In Browser.
Thanks For Ur Help.
removeable battery and extra battery kit is the main reason for me to choose samsung flagship
#i hate powerbank
So, the question is, how many "non-geeks" appreciated the option of a changeable battery system, still predominantly offered by Samsung in smartphones?
A Geek, 12 Feb 2014Again:there are mostly geeks who use second batteries.normal people simply prefer carrying the... more"Again:there are mostly geeks who use second batteries."
If you referring a geek as passionate individuals about something, then that's a compliment. I'm also a geek in watercolor, architecture and digital art. You don't need to be a geek about knowing what's practical about changeable batteries.
"normal people simply prefer carrying their their chargers with them,but in tech sites we see every body appreciates removable batteries."
Wait. Chargers? What happened to your speech about power banks? Oh, I see what you're trying to do now...
"Just among Samsung users,How many of them really use second batteries?So for all of people who don't want second battery,fixed batteries are better because of better look or... ."
It's about more options. With a fixed battery, you either don't use the device often, charge to a wall plug when you see one, or carry that bulgy power bank. A removable battery gives you another option. A Note 3 has an 8.3mm body thickness. No point arguing that that's thick. We've all heard about that teenager bending the 9mm thick iPhone 5c placed behind her jeans that caused the battery to short-circuit,exploded and she got 2nd degree burns. A thinner body would further increase that danger of battery explosions. Teach statistics show 10% of batteries are unstable. At least a removable battery pops out when extreme bending occurs.
"but haw many of them have you seen have you seen defending fixed batteries?"
You, Xperia, IPhone and HTC users. They just love plugging in for power.
"put this next to that Samsung pays people to appreciate its products and defend its problems in the tech sites."
WTF. Pure conjecture on your part.
"So what is the result???
Just think yourself.its not just a statement.i don't tell you the result cuz I don't want to argue with you more than that."
WTF are you talking about.
"As I see you are always here.I don't know wether you are getting paid or you are doing it sacrificingly..."
As a non-Note user, what are YOU doing here?
I'm here because:
1. To share my actual experience of the Note 3 with fellow users.
2. To hear features of the device I might not have discovered.
3. To clarify truths, and discredit non-Note 3 users(like you) from spreading their untruthful and non-existent experience of the Note 3.
Your only common reaction is I'm a an employed Samsung commentator. Gee, you mean I can get paid for doing this? And the reason why I'm able to keep up is a spare battery. No wires. No extra weight of a power bank, and no extra bulge in my pocket.
A Geek, 12 Feb 2014Again:there are mostly geeks who use second batteries.normal people simply prefer carrying the... moreLOL. Then I'm a geek?
And I say people need to know they can use technology better than carrying power banks or the chargers they could leave behind.
The last time I checked, this was a Samsung page, and Samsung produce smartphones with removable batteries, with a choice to get a spare battery.
TheNeighbor, 11 Feb 2014Yes, I did mention the cradle before you commented that numbnut statement about you only knowi... moreAgain:there are mostly geeks who use second batteries.normal people simply prefer carrying their their chargers with them,but in tech sites we see every body appreciates removable batteries.Just among Samsung users,How many of them really use second batteries?So for all of people who don't want second battery,fixed batteries are better because of better look or... .but haw many of them have you seen have you seen defending fixed batteries?
put this next to that Samsung pays people to appreciate its products and defend its problems in the tech sites.
So what is the result???
Just think yourself.its not just a statement.i don't tell you the result cuz I don't want to argue with you more than that.As I see you are always here.I don't know wether you are getting paid or you are doing it sacrificingly,but I have more important works to do.Bye.
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2014It was Apple that changed everything,and Samsung just copied it.in that crap Symbian days,Sams... moreIt should be noted that Apple just pieced together existing technologies, but never the first to use them. I can admire Steve Jobs for the direction.
But now, Apple is replicating user gesture interface menus, animated backgrounds, plastic colored bodies, smart watch, screen sizes.
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2014It is not nokia user opinion section , I don't want to remember that crap symbian days , huge ... moreIt was Apple that changed everything,and Samsung just copied it.in that crap Symbian days,Samsung was also copying Nokia making crap Symbian phones,and even worse,Bada phones.it was Android that changed the whole mobile industry and maid everything cheaper,because it was free;and if Nokia phones were expensive,That was Bcause they had great quality.Your dear Samsung uses cheapest plastic for body and free OS to make more money and tries to fool people by cheating.Who knows the other dirty ways they've done till now.
My job requires me to be on the move, and the removable battery really is convenient than plugging in to a power bank. Here's my Note 3 battery stat for this afternoon after 10H57M of operation time. My activities include some browsing, email, calls, text, taking pictures, writing notes on the S Note, Youtube and with background apps running like E Security, Cerberus.
Mt signal is auto, switching on LTE and 3G most of the time. My screen time came to 5H:39M till it hit 0%. I plugged in with the office PC so I could take screen shots of the battery stats.
This is what you can expect a usage combo for the Note 3 - close to 6 hours of screen time or even more at times; in about 11 to 12 hours span for the day. This is heavy internet with using my data service to tether my laptop for an hour or two.
If I was still out, I wouldn't want walking around keeping my smartphone power afloat with a USB cord sticking out onto a power bank bulged in my pocket. A removable battery is more practical and thin. Just look at the difference of thickness:
That's only 9mm of thickness with the battery case on, versus 15 to 22mm thickness of a power bank. I don't usually carry a bag anymore, and rarely carry my 3KG+ laptop along.
Power banks are inefficient considering that the maximum capacity would only account about 70% of actual power transferred to your smartphone's battery. You'd have to take into account that lithium ion batteries will lose 20% of power hold after a few hundred cycles or about 6 months later. So, you'd need something like a 7,000mAh capacity power bank. They don't come in small packages, and the slimmer ones are way expensive, double the cost of an extra battery + cradle charger set. You need at least more than 2 hours to regain the full charge of the Note 3 battery.
Changing to a fresh battery takes less than 60 seconds, and you can charge the spent one at home on the cradle charger while you sleep.