Even if you buy it "unlocked" it is locked.
REGION LOCKED, meaining you cannot use EU phone outside EU with local SIMs. and if you buy US one you will not be able to use it in EU with EU sim cards.
Samsung doesn't make CLEAR EXPLANATIONs about this. SO DON'T BUY.
Can i use N9005 (LTE) in Bangladesh??????????
Will this work in Bangladesh?????
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2013Hello everyone. Is there any heat up problem with note 3 like s4?? when browsing internet, yes definiltey
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2013Hello everyone. Is there any heat up problem with note 3 like s4?? No not, yet I have being using last 7 days not yet feel like that...
AnonD-71406, 02 Oct 2013Samsung has manipulated (again) Benchmark results about the Galaxy Note 3, i dont think to ris... moreSo.... Your gonna miss out on a phone that basically has everything.... Just because they boosted numbers in benchmarks when it doesn't even matter...? Wow... Well good luck!
im confuse..whats the screen protector of GN3?does it have CG3 or didnt have any protection at all?base on other post it does not have CG3 but on wiki mobile it does have CG3?
Why Samsung lie about this
Im using the snapdragon version its f***** awesome no lag XD the best phone ive ever had .
Wow this is an expensive mobile, wonderful unit to feel and use, but better value than iPhone5s by a garden mile, but I still have this nagging feeling about Android security that turns me off buying anything Android.
Snapdragon is a million times better than local exynos. Exynos is a tad slower and phone heats up when charging and playing games....hugely disapointed, returning my note 3 exynos!
please every one buy note3 tell me your phone made in Korea or made in Vietnam.... thank you
Today I spent 1 hour at the T-Mobile store and was under whelmed by the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 despite the favorable reviews that have been published thus far.
The Super AMOLED display was not as bright and seemed grainy compared side-by-side to my old Droid X with LCD TFT (Verizon).
While SpeedTest.net reported fast download speeds of 22 Mbps it didn't seem to make much difference with various websites in actual performance compared to the Droid X which had much slower download speeds of 0.6 Mbps
The screen calibration seemed off. Swype input was sometimes in error.
The screen froze up 7 times in 1 hour; completely unresponsive to touch until “rescued” by the “back ‘button.’”
The device was rather awkward to hold being flat and wider than the Droid X. The “leather” was not useful in gripping the phone because my hand didn’t really have any contact with it; the phone being so flat.
The S Pen (my main reason for considering this phone) didn't really seem to do anything useful. In fact I had to go through 3 steps with the pen in contrast to only 1 step with my finger touching the screen/ application.
Supposedly my handwriting was going to be translated into text and I could place this in my calendar or email etc. This function did not work…just an image of my handwritten note was attached to files or calendar.
Conclusion: I was excited to try the phone and after using it for 1 hour will keep looking while I stick with my Droid X.
I too have a doubt wheather it has gorilla glass protection.can anyone reply.
Samsung has manipulated (again) Benchmark results about the Galaxy Note 3, i dont think to risk my money in something that cheat results