Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Price and Features
Even after the release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, our love for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has not died down. There are many Android users who refuse to budge once they have found the perfect smartphone for their everyday requirements. That makes sense until you realize that every gadget has its limit and you need to find a replacement for it before it suddenly gives up on you one day. That’s when you will have no choice but to upgrade. Knowing the specifications of the model you loved will help you select the most suitable option out of the more recent releases.
Specifications and Features
It was released in September 2013 when the Samsung Galaxy Note series was at the top of its game. Priced at just $470, it is much more affordable than the latest smartphone models available from Samsung these days. This could be because of the more expensive cutting edge technology incorporated into the newer smartphone varieties. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 maybe an old model but it does not lack in terms of features or performance. It comes with a stylus that glides smoothly across its Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen. Even at this low price tag, you get a 5.7 inches long screen with an excellent resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. So, this smartphone is superb for entertaining yourself when you are faced with hours of boredom. Just install your favorite game like Angry Birds or Candy Crush let the fun begin. This phone has great graphic support so you get an amazing gaming experience. It is powered by a quad-core processor and operates on Android OS, v4.3 (Jelly Bean) but you can upgrade it to newer versions like KitKat and Lollipop. It has a 3GB RAM and there’s a slot for a microSD card of up to 64 GB. You get a 13MP primary camera and also a selfie camera at 2MP. To make sure all your pictures are bright, it provides LED flash. It comes in lots of cool shades like Black, White, Pink, Merlot Red, Rose Gold Black and Rose Gold White. There really is no reason to buy it except maybe the limited space as compared to newer releases.
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