Its an Awesome phone i have been using it from last 4 months it feel very good very fast and 3 gb ram is very effective while doing multitasking no matter how many apps or games u install or whatever size it may be this phone runs very fast n smooth n Battery says till more then a day on normal usage screen is gud . this phone is beast man go for it value for money guys . Thanx
Samsung galaxy note and sony xperia z or z1. .which is better. .going to buy new hp
I will buy note 3 but confused which colour i chose white or black please help me. ?
Hi there is a problem in my note 3 ..first incoming and outgoing call disconnect automatically during call..evn i reset my phone also and visited to service centr but still having the same prob..pls tell me dome soln..
before you take it overseas first use it in the county or origin make few calls this will unlock the regional lock from there you can put in a local sim card and your set to talk make sure you have google account registered Happy trails
Enaudy, 14 Feb 2014Please i need some explanations regarding the samsung galaxy note 3 SM-N9006,i bought one on A... moreHahaha!
Ask Amazon Website from which country your N9006 was registered then use it first in that country to release the region lock.
Please i need some explanations regarding the samsung galaxy note 3 SM-N9006,i bought one on Amazon Website to go oversea in the caribbean island, do we think it will work perfectly and install applications form google play store. Please help me with my concern. many thanks in advance.
maq123, 14 Feb 2014True i also found that the notification light is abit dim compared to previous samsung galaxy ... moreJust Turn off auto - brightness and your problem will be solved. the led is dim in low light to save power
maq123, 14 Feb 2014True i also found that the notification light is abit dim compared to previous samsung galaxy ... moreWho cares for notification lights when you have the Samsung Galaxy Gear or Casio G-Shock Bluetooth sync to Note 3.
haitham111, 13 Feb 2014Why the led indicator some time light very sharp and some time not sharp and I can't see the l... moreTrue i also found that the notification light is abit dim compared to previous samsung galaxy versions
Note 3 is an incredible phone.i have been using it for a month now.Very good battery life 1 day with heavy usage and about 2 days with medium low. the screen is beautiful. just one issue is a lag i face on locking and unlocking lock screen besides that its awesome Phablet!!
The size of this device is pretty good with hands on it4 months using my Note 3 and it's pretty ok. Memory almost full of games and apps,internal and external too. Any app with Note 3 is like a breeze.
All doing perfect, fast, helpful while multitasking, easy to do all i need to.
Worth each cent i've paid.
The Note 3 is humongous,other phones feels like toys after using it.. Mind blowing smartphone
haitham111, 13 Feb 2014I was have note 2 now I buy note 3 but I think note 2 sound higer than note 3 . .Even i had the note 2 earlier . The main thing i miss is the camera effects which the note 2 had . The note 3 has camera filters which can be used after clicking the picture. In the note 2 we could use those effects while clicking the photos. Is there something like that in the note 3 as well ??
Do you know how to downgrade Android 4.4.2 to Jelly beam 4.3 for Galaxy note 3 ?
MRooney, 13 Feb 2014Agreed!
Many people appreciate Cellphones with Removable Batteries and they know they Reaso... moreOh yes, I cycle 3 batteries, changing them everyday to offset the eventual degradation of each. This is true for all batteries, even for the built-in types.
Until we have a technology that finally can hold 10 times more capacity for power using silicon base commercially, there's no where around the most practical method of maintaining the power hold ability by swapping batteries from time to time.
Apple was the first to implement the fixed battery concept. Making the device thinner was not the main idea for the first iPhone at 13mm thickness. The reason was that no one would tinker what's inside. Steve Jobs was very protective of that.
Then they did it with their laptops. The fixed battery for a laptop worked since only roughly 5% of people actually got spare batteries. The laptops became thinner without the extra housing for the removable batteries and they could be moved elsewhere in the chassis. This is good for laptops.
So now we have roughly half the thickness of the original 13mm fixed battery smartphone,and that achievement WASN'T done by the iPhone.
But there's are injustices of what a built-in battery system for SMARTPHONES holds.
1. Weaker and tinier battery.
With the more power demanding hardware, and new OS features, you'd think they would increase the batteries. Instead, they have resorted to "it got 20% thinner" and "it's waterproof" but in reality it's just water-resistant of about 1m depth and anything beyond that, water seeps in. Is a shorter usage time what you want with a 2mm thinner device? Switching off features like LTE just to get by the day?
2. Exorbitant prices for replacing built-in.
It would happen long after your warranty expires. Warranty for my region is only 6 months to a year. Battery degradation happens after more than a year. It'd cost you more than twice the amount at the service center. For big OEM batteries like the Note series, it's only around $25.
3. DAYS or even over a week to have them replaced.
Fixed batteries aren't always stocked, and hence the ordering time needed to get them. You can imagine too the millions the manufacturer has sold and you'd be not the only one in waiting. In the meantime, what do you think you'll be using as a smartphone? How much time you'd think going to the center and coming back again to get your device back?
4. Making us carry power banks, power jackets or plug in more, away from home.
I thought the whole point of mobile devices is being wireless. What use is that thinner design form factor when you end up carrying extra stuff thicker than your device itself? Power jackets just can't give you an equivalent 100% charge, heats up everytime and becomes dead weight.
5. Limiting capabilities & features and LTE signals.
Steve Jobs NEVER officially signed off with LTE for the iPhone. Verizon's CEO said so, only after Jobs passed away. We got iPhone5 users complaining about LTE signals not and switching to the 3G signal often. Apple never intended its users to download torrents, unless you do some hack configuring with the settings. They just don't want you draining that tiny 1500mAh battery they put in.
I'll be getting the ZeroLemon 10,000mAh for those long out of town weekends or even as a daily driver for my Note 3, than a new power bank.