Anonymous, 12 Dec 2013And you dont use wired headsets to listen to music on your phone? Or you play songs on loudspe... moreNo, never liked using earphones, what's worse are the troublesome wires.
If i really need to be discreet then a wireless bluetooth headset is my choice.
First choice is always the speakers - loud and clear enough. Speakers too for calls if surroundings permit.
For those really want the FM Radio check out the Sony SBH-50 / SBH-52 Bluebooth.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2013anyone pls tell me whether this beauty has gorilla glass or not ??Hi Yes there is gorilla glass for Note 3 http://www.corninggorillaglass.com/products-with-gorilla/samsung
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2013And bluetooths have no radiations? Can you give any proof(s) that wired headsets transmits mor... moreRadiations absorption depends on the distance of the phone from your brain.
Using Bluetooth headset, you can keep your phone farther from your brain than using the wired headset which has limited cable length.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2013And bluetooths have no radiations? Can you give any proof(s) that wired headsets transmits mor... moreWhat I said is: wired headset transmits "more" radiations.
I didn't say Bluetooth doesn't have.
Bluetooth headset gives you freedom to move around without worrying to get entangled.
And there are lots of Bluetooth headset with FM radio available.
Will any real user confirm whether note 3 n9005 (3g+LTE) version has any problem to use in Bangladesh. I heard that this version doesn't support video calls, gets slow and net speed is also slow. Pls let me know if anybody experienced such problem..
I am surprised to see that your marketting is so poor;as you have launched Galaxy Note 3 in Sept.2013 with ad showing pink colour but till today the PINK colour is not available in market.as your ad shows all colours but all shops are having only black & white.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2013I'm not convinced that bluetooth headsets are 100% safe in the long term. I don't like the ide... moreAdvantages of using a bluetooth clip on earpiece :
1. Untangled experience with a device. You can be as far as 10m away while listening to music.
2. Reduces the risk of pulling your phone to do while on a desk.
3. More decent earpieces have built - in displays, an FM radio, and a micro SD slot for music. It cost less than $50. They would even indicate who's calling.
4. Your phone stays hidden from prying eyes with just interacting with the remote control.
Yes, usage time can be around 6 to 8 hours per charge, but it usually lasts till I get home. You can't listen to FM radio via bluetooth even with the wired earpiece is connected.
Tcool, 13 Dec 2013I use my favorite Beats Wireless Bluetooth headset when listening to "TuneIn" radio... moreAnd bluetooths have no radiations? Can you give any proof(s) that wired headsets transmits more radiation than bluetooth?
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2013I'm not convinced that bluetooth headsets are 100% safe in the long term. I don't like the ide... moreWired headset transmits more radiation from the phone through the cable directly to the ear nearest to the brain.
Loudspeaker is better, but again you cannot play the built-in radio through loud speaker without connecting the wired headset, and it's not cool having the dangling wires from the headset to your phone.
"TuneIn" radio is much much better!
Tcool, 13 Dec 2013I use my favorite Beats Wireless Bluetooth headset when listening to "TuneIn" radio... moreI'm not convinced that bluetooth headsets are 100% safe in the long term. I don't like the idea of a device on 2.4ghz an inch from my brain for long periods of time.
Plus cabled ear phones never need charging and have better audio quality.
Hi guys, is there someone here experiencing heat issues?
Everytime I charge my phone, my battery heats up..
I went to the shop wherein I bought my phone, we observed the phone and its not heating up.. but when i got home it is,.. waaaaa.. im confused ,, its weird.. T_T
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2013And you dont use wired headsets to listen to music on your phone? Or you play songs on loudspe... moreI use my favorite Beats Wireless Bluetooth headset when listening to "TuneIn" radio app and MP3 songs which you cannot do to the built-in radio without inserting the wired headset.
It's not cool using Bluetooth headset at the same time with the wired headset connected to the phone for the built-in radio to work.
Samsung did a good job with the S Note app and S Pen integration. This is something reviewers aren't giving praise more.
The S Pen which is a Wacom digitizer technology has over a thousand levels of pressure sensitivity. It's no mere capacitive pen input, something the average joe don't use our understand. S Pen controls the thin-thick variations of lines you create in the drawing apps like the now included Autodesk Sketchbook for Galaxy. This is really important for those into digital illustrations, even for coloring.
The S Note app has some new features like the ability to erase whole lines, has a new index system, more useful page templates like weekly planning and check list, and easy page preview interface. I personally use the S Note a lot for jotting and sketching ideas for designing.
The whole pen integration for sketching or writing has a higher creative gain with shortest possible time delay between the Mind, Hand and Eye sequences. Drawing details are more rich Web the S Pen than with using a capacitive pen or finger.
So I can't thank enough the unknown Samsung team who developed this great tool since my first Note two years ago. I can never go back to anything without a Wacom digitizer.
AnonD-23055, 12 Dec 2013There must be a very good reason for Samsung to remove 'radio'. Everything is now hassle-free.... moreAnd you dont use wired headsets to listen to music on your phone? Or you play songs on loudspeakers?
Anyone knows if a regular Note 3 N90005 can be turned into a Google Play Edition? Is it already possible?
I know what a GPE is. I just want to know.
Also, good Note 3 users, how long did it take for you to *master* and/to really use all/the majority of the features of the Note 3?
Which ones are the ones you use the most and how?
Please share about this. We all wanting to get this device will thank you very much!
AnonD-195226, 12 Dec 2013note 3 can put how many sim card?as many as you want :P, N9002 supports two SIM cards others only support one.
There must be a very good reason for Samsung to remove 'radio'. Everything is now hassle-free. Who needs wires when one can do without them with apps like 'Tune In Radio' with international stations to boot. If you insist on using wires, by all means, use them and listen to your local station on 'Tune In Radio.' The fact that one can do so means having 'Radio' on Note 3 is redundant.
Second point is : People buy smartphones to go online conveniently - anytime, anywhere. A mini pc. So one needs data or wifi.
I rest my case.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2013Got a new Note 3 and the screen is reading: Unfortunately, Samsung Push Service has stopped. H... moreYou could have accidentally turned it off. Try : Go to Setting > Application Manager > Samsung Push Service >> All >> turn on. (for similar apps do not click 'Uninstall updates' or 'Turn off')Hope it works.