Galaxy Note 3 : Good and Bad sides

Galaxy Note 3

Galaxy Note 3

 

Galaxy Note 2 was my favorite phone in 2012. Actually the favorite phablet of all time. They gave birth to the idea that phablet can be a market penetrater and they proved it. However they brought another product to this series which is Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Today we will talk about the good and bad sides of the Note 3

Galaxy Note 3 Specifications

Galaxy Note 3 Specifications

Specification:

  • OS: Android OS v4.3 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz UI
  • Infrared: Yes
  • GPU: Adreno 330
  • 13 MP autofocus camera with LED flash
  • Ram : 3GB
  • Battery: 3200mAh, removable
  • NFC: Yes
  • microSD card slot
  • Display : 5.7″ 16M-color 1080p Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen; Adobe RGB mode
  • Bluetooth: V4
  • Processor: 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974)
  • Camera: Dual shot and Dual video recording. 13MP rear and 2MP front
  • Barometer, thermometer, hygroscope
  • Weight: 168 Gm
  • Thickness: 8.3mm

 

Galaxy note III

Galaxy note III

Good sides: 

  1. super fast. Note 3 provides super fast performance as the Adreno 330 provides smooth performance
  2. Stylish pen works with the capacitive button. Even though you have to press the home button to make it work yet a good achievements
  3. very good ram. 3GB ram is more than best for a mobile device
  4. camera is same as the galaxy S4. It has the same problem as S4 has , bad shooting in the night. Though it captures very good photos in the daytime
  5. Smart volume and brilliant sound features
  6. Very good display. Note II was quite dim while playing 720p while the Note III is capable of playing 1080p smoothly while being incredibly sharp.

Bad sides:

  1. Camera performance in night is horrible as I said earlier.
  2. There is no dedicated camera key
  3. They used fauxed leather while they should have ysed a smooth finish or a matted finish
  4. It is hard to use it by one hand as the size is big
  5. No radio
  6. Shared camera interface is confusing

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