It is frustrating that kitkat update is still not here for this phone...
AnonD-60955, 17 Aug 2014it supports 3G and not 4G Hello Manish. There are 2 version sold to international market. Note 3 Neo SM-N750 3G/H+ version and Note 3 Neo LTE+ SM-N7505 4G version. That is the correct facts. Thank you..
AnonD-60955, 17 Aug 2014the screen looks same in both the color versions bro.. dont spread wrong info.. and white colo... moreHelo Manish. Do you own white Note 3 Neo.? I am using white color Note 3 Neo LTE+ and i can assure you there is no leather feeling with the white version. It is just hard plastic with leather like pattern. Totally different with the black version which have a soft leathery touch and feel to it. That is all. Have a good day and bye bye..
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2014Sir i heard ur disopointment about phones camera can u guide briefly about the problem i am th... moreI mean photos in low light are not that great on rear camera. Front is awesome. Rear one is also little slow in processing image . This might be OS glitch,may be Samsung will fix this in kitkat update. Otherwise great phone and because of it's S-pen be prepared for getting people attention. Hope this will help.
Wamsy, 14 Aug 2014I tried both the versions I prefer white for looks Black for rough use. But one thing W... morethe screen looks same in both the color versions bro.. dont spread wrong info.. and white color also has faux leather look.. dont misguide people if you dont know anything about Note 3 Neo.. check the samsung website to clear your doubts..
Raj, 16 Aug 2014Does it is upgradeable to kitkat Kitkat version has not released for Asian users yet.. Only available for Korean version
jo, 15 Aug 2014which one is better note3 neo or 816 Definitely the Note 3 Neo
sourav``, 16 Aug 2014is this phone 3g or 4git supports 3G and not 4G
Adhil, 17 Aug 2014Hi I am gona buy this phone so just wanted to know if this is getting headed fastly like s4hi Adil, i am using it since 2 weeks.. doesnt heat up at all.. while playing Asphalt 8 too..
I am gona buy this phone
so just wanted to know if this is getting headed fastly
Yes it is updated to Kitkat . And it is a lovely phone using it for a month ... good battery back up ..
To me, deciding between this one and the Note 3 was just a matter of price: I mean, with comparable prices the Note 3 is WAY better, but I found the Note 3 Neo at 270€ (from a legitimate shop, w/warranty etc.) and for THAT price it's really the best you can buy.
Compared to the Note 3 it is slightly smaller (easier to handle - still a little too large to be used with one hand, and I've big hands!), smaller RAM (2Gb vs. 3Gb, don't know if I will never notice it), worst camera and different CPU: the Note 3 Neo has a strange hexa-core, made up by a dual and a quad-core CPUs, where more Cores are involved only when needed to keep the power consumption acceptable. It works, I mean, it has very few lags (when waking up, sometimes, and when opening the camera - but the latter is clearly a software issue, hope it will be fixed with Kitkat).
Nice smartphone, the screen is NOT full HD by the way, but you are really not going to notice it on a 5-inch display. It will be updated (soon, hopefully) to Android 4.4, but you really don't feel the pressure for having it updated because it just works fine out of the box (besides the slow camera loading!).
So, guys, I was not 100% convinced when I bought it, because I felt it was something like the "poor" Note 3: actually, that's a great phone, well designed and assembled, and works perfectly. Additionally, you have all the features of the s-pen (ALL!) with an amanzing price. It places between Note 2 and Note 3, as per specs, and performances are great. Good battery life also, and the battery is replaceable (a must for me, traveling a lot I really do love to have an extra battery in the suitcase without having to deal with those horrible external usb battery-powered chargers).
So, if you find it at an aggresive price as I did...buy it! My only concerns regard the support...both from Samsung (updates, accessories...for the time being, you can buy a super-expensive flip-cover, which is however quite nice and works great with the s-view) and by the community (custom ROMs can usually extend the device life when official updates are no longer available, but I don't know if this device, belonging to a side-branch of the Note family, will be of great interest for the developers...)