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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9000 16GB Black

Quad core, 1.9 GHz, Cortex A15 + Quad core, 1.3 GHz, Cortex A7, Chipset: Exynos 5 Octa 5420 Processor, with 3 GB RAM and 16 GB Internal Storage
Display Type:
14.4 cm (5.7 Inch) Display with 1920x1080 Resolution, Super AMOLED
13 MP Rear Camera, 2 MP Front Camera
3200 mAh Li-Ion Battery
Operating System:
Android Jelly Bean (4.1-4.3)
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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9000 16GB Black
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 : Great Product, but a bit overpriced!!
************** Expert Review *************** The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has probably had far less fanfare than the Galaxy S4. This is for good reason as no one was expecting even half the amount of innovation in the former as the latter, and honestly, with devices like the Sony Xperia Z Ultra and Samsung Galaxy Mega, how much bigger could these phablets possibly get? Now that the Galaxy Note 3 has finally released, Samsung has confirmed once more than it’s not about the size or the technology – it’s about what you do with it. When the Galaxy Note first launched, many balked at the idea of such an oversized “smartphone”. Of course, 5 inches is now being considered as the bare minimum for most premium mobiles. Phablets have evolved into their own market, each device bringing its own set of features to fold. Does the Galaxy Note 3 do anything different and is it worth the commanding price which rivals even most upper mid-tier notebooks? And what is up with that optional Galaxy Gear smart watch? Design One thing no one can fault Samsung for is trying to upgrade the overall look and feel of the series with the Galaxy Note 3. Though the front is very cleanly the same plastic we’ve come to know and love (or loathe, depending on the user), the back panel has been replaced with a stitched, faux-leather cover. This helps in gripping the device, all the more essential considering how difficult it’s been to control the device with one hand. It also helps avoid smudges and smears while reinforcing the build quality. The design is still in keeping with Samsung’s curvaceous approach. You’ll need to compare a Note 2 and Note 3 side-by-side to find any real difference between their aesthetics. Another interesting comparison is how despite the larger screen size, the Note 2 and Note 3 actually occupy the same amount of space. This similarity in footprints is possible by increasing the screen real-estate of the Note 3. Is 5.7 inches really that big a change over 5.5 inches? Not as such, but this design helps keep the device manageable for those accustomed to handling the Note 2. Keep in mind that it’s still a two handed device, and you’ll be nudging the capacitative buttons more than you’d like if you attempt one-handed use. Despite the stronger and weightier build, the Galaxy Note 3 actually weighs 168 grams and measures 0.33 inches. Compared to the Note 2’s 180 gram weight and 0.37 inch thickness, the Note 3 comes off as fairly sleek and more premium thanks to its materials. Specs Forget what you know about other devices: The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is arguably the fastest device yet. Yes, even faster than the Sony Xperia Z1 and LG G2. However – and you knew this was coming – it depends on which iteration you pick up. While the global release features a blazing 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU, the Indian model comes with an Exynos 5 Octa 5420. This means a quad-core 1.9 GHz Cortex A15 for performance and a quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex A7 for battery saving purposes. The Note 3 also has 32 to 64 GB internal storage, 3 GB of RAM and a microSD slot for up to 64 GB of RAM. The performance, like the Galaxy S4, compares favourably to the most premium handsets currently available. While the Octa 5 model of the Note 3 may not be the fastest, you’ll still be amazed by the complete and utter lack of slowdown on the device. No matter if you’re gaming, or viewing tons of webpages or multi-tasking endlessly, nothing seems to faze the Note 3. Thankfully, it also has a lot more to back it up then just a lot of RAM. The full HD display, taking advantage of Samsung’s Super AMOLED technology, measures 5.7 inches and looks as crisp, clear and blinding as you’d imagine. While it suffers from a tad too much saturation, the 386 ppi pixel density, amazing viewing angles and overall picture quality make it one of the best displays yet. Will it beat HTC’s SuperLCD3 technology any time soon? Perhaps not, but the difference in quality is nearly hair-thin at this point. The Galaxy Note 3 features a 3200 mAh battery, which promises a fairly good 9.5 to 10 hours of heavy performance. This number may pale in comparison to Snapdragon 800 devices like the LG G2 and Moto X, both which can easily last upwards of 10 hours. But when you consider that it can easily go for more than a day, even two, with average usage – and neither of those devices have a stylus – it’s just fine. Camera If you’ve used the Galaxy S4, then you’re already aware of what to expect with the Note 3. Of course, the Octa 5 version has its fair share of differences from the global version, such as the lack of 4K recording (which is negligible considering the lack of 4K displays in living rooms across the country). Night Mode is gone, Golf and Surround Shot have been added, and Smart Stabilization is in but essentially functions as your night-recording option. Golf Shot is interesting because it is meant specifically for taking golf shots (so practice your swing), while Surround Shot is essentially Samsung’s version of Photosphere. It leaves a bit to be desired, especially in how it stitches images together. Overall, the colour quality of images is fairly good, especially in well-lit conditions. However, it doesn’t quite compare to the Nokia Lumia 1020 and its optical image stabilization or 41 megapixel sensor. It will still accommodate all your picture taking needs however, with the reliable Best Shot, Eraser, Drama Shot, Animated Photo and full HD recording present and accounted for. Features Of course, the Galaxy Note 3’s main claim to fame is the S-Pen and the features that Samsung has implemented this time around. Users should be happy to observe that removing the S-Pen now brings up a circular dial with options for Action Memo, S Finder, Scrap Booker and more. Action Memo lets you write down phone numbers and contacts, with the Note 3 automatically associating it with the required function; S Finder functions as an advanced search tool to help you locate notes, memos, and just about any smidgeon of information you might have shared over your usage time; while Scrap Booker lets you circle items, be they web-pages, images and such, and save them to your own personal scrap book. You can also use an interesting one-handed mode that shrinks pages down and allows you to access them without the need of both hands. This takes a bit of time to get used to, but is useful for those who want it. Why does it need a two handed gesture to activate? That is indeed the question. Android 4.3 has its own uses but Samsung has decorated it with TouchWiz. The usual apps such as LifeCare, Samsung Hub and even the Note 8.0’s Reading Mode all make a return. You can use the S-Pen to tap the capacitative buttons, a welcome addition from the Note 8.0, but one of the bigger additions is My Magazine. Partnering with Flipboard, Samsung has introduced its own content aggregation screen which gathers news and articles from various sources. Unlike HTC’s BlinkFeed, you can gather your own feeds and pretty much decide which social channels and websites you want to receive information from. You can customize your own Personal channel to include videos, documents, email and much more, presented in an appealing format with animations. Unlike BlinkFeed again, it’s not a permanent fixture of the interface – you swipe up or keep the Home button held down to access it. You can opt to make it a default starter page or access it quickly via shortcuts on the upper right of the display. Why you can’t add Facebook to your social feeds is a little odd, but chances are this will be addressed in an update sooner than later. Email notifications on the main home screen aren’t as great either, oddly enough, but with Android there’s always a way to fix this. More than anything, Samsung has proven that it has a handle over useful apps that actually benefit the device’s functionality. The Galaxy Gear really requires a review of its own. In short, it’s nifty but probably won’t catch on as well as Samsung would like. Verdict If the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 didn’t cost Rs. 47,900, then it would be an easy recommendation. Granted, other premium devices are in the same range and don’t feature half as much functionality as the Note 3 does, but that price point is still extremely discomforting. Nonetheless, if you’ve been looking for the definitive follow-up to the Note, you can rest assured that this is it. Whether it’s incredible performance, an eye-popping display, strong battery life or an excellent range of features, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is well worth it.
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An Innovative Smartphone


- The Samsung Galaxy Smartphone has an impressive 5.7 inches Super AMOLED display that assures high-resolution and user-friendly interface.

- It has an amazing 13 MP rear camera with LED flash and autofocus and 5 MP front camera that provides high-quality images and videos.

- The device is equipped with a Li-Ion 3200 mAh battery that assures long term durable use.

- Samsung Smartphone comes with an optimized S Pen.

- Samsung Galaxy Smartphone is armed with an excellent quad-core processor and upgradable Android Operating System for multitasking.

- It also has a high-speed mobile Internet network, the 3G HSDPA.

- Samsung Galaxy Smartphone has a large internal storage capacity which starts at 32 GB and goes up to 64 GB.

- The rear camera is equipped with a dual LED flash, image recording, touch focus, face and smile detection, geo-tagging, image stabilization, panorama, and HD video recording.


- The Samsung Smartphone is quite expensive.

- The form factor could have been much robust and well-built.

- The device does not support 4K video recording and LTE connectivity.

- There is no FM Radio.

- There is no OIS.

- The Shared camera interface can be a bit tricky.

- The large size of the Android smartphone might seem a bit problematic to some users.

- The Home button is a bit flimsy.


Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9000 is undoubtedly a user-friendly device. It is equipped with all the qualities of a good phablet. It is packed with a huge screen and a brilliant processor. It is perfect for those users who want a high-end phone equipped with a good stylus. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9000 is a device worth buying.

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One of the best
If you’ve already decided to buy a premium phablet, nothing currently beats the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. However, if you can find it, the N9002 version is worth it since it included a Snapdragon 800 CPU rather than the Exynos 5 octa-core CPU from Samsung. Of course, even discounting the difference in processors, the device is very powerful with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal space. The microSD slot adds 64 GB of storage space. A 5.7 inch, 1080p Super AMOLED display adorns the front of the device and it looks as good as it feels with superb viewing angles and amazing, if somewhat imperfect, colour quality. The rear camera features a 13 megapixel optical resolution, OIS and a BSI sensor to deliver excellent low light shots and full HD video. It’s not PureView but it’s still one of the best camera phones out there. Battery life ranges between 9 to 10 hours of screen on time and will last you a good few days with normal use thanks to the 3200 mAh capacity. Android 4.3 Jellybean and TouchWiz Nature UX 2.0 offer some new features like My Magazine, one-handed mode, Scrapbook and even some S-Pen related functions for note taking and more. Whether it’s performance, optics, battery life or simply an excellent phablet overall, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9002 is easily recommendable. Pros: - Superb performance and power efficiency - Beautiful 5.7 inch display - Strong battery life - Great camera Cons: - Hard to find - Somewhat expensive
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Expensive but good
There are two versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and one is better than the other. If you guessed the Note 3 N9002, then you’re correct since it features a blazing 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU. It’s next to impossible to find at retail in India, but it’s still a great find. Other inclusions, such as 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB internal storage and a microSD port for 64 GB more space. The 5.7 inch Super AMOLED display has a 1920x1080 resolution which looks good and is incredibly responsive. As usual, it comes off as over-saturated at times, but the 386 ppi pixel density and viewing angles are worth it. The connectivity features include 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC. The 13 megapixel BSI sensor is great and delivers excellent day time shots and low light images, though the stabilization and detail isn’t as strong as the Nokia Lumia 1020. The3200 mAh battery brings 9.5 to 10 hours of continuous usage, and it’s a testament to the efficiency of the Snapdragon 800 as much as anything else. Samsung’s TouchWiz Nature UX 2.0 brings S-Pen features to Android 4.3 which bring up options for those who take out the stylus. You also have My Magazine, which is a good content delivery system, and a one-handed mode for managing the device more easily. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9002 is perhaps the best phablet out there right now. It’s expensive, but justifies it with an impressive range of features.
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Product Details
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9000 comes with an S-Pen Stylus that assures touch-sensitive easy operation of this Android smartphone. It boasts a 5.7 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels (which is386 PPI) for high-resolution gaming and browsing. The Android smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset having an Exynos 5 Octa 5420 and functions on Android OS, v4.3 (Jelly Bean) upgradable to v4.4.2 (KitKat) and v5.0 (Lollipop).It incorporates a 3 GB RAM and expandable internal storage capacity options of 16/32/64 GB. This Samsung Galaxy Smartphone is equipped with an impressive 13 MP rear camera and a 2 MP front snapper.
Warranty Period
1 Year Warranty
3 GB
Memory Card
16 GB
Extensible Memory
Upto 64 GB
168 gms
151.2 x 79.2 x 8.3 mm
Up to 20 Hours(3G)
Standby Time
Up to 490 Hours(3G)
3200 mAh
Music Player
MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC player
Video Player
MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.264 player
FM Radio
Product Details
Quad core, 1.9 GHz, Cortex A15 + Quad core, 1.3 GHz, Cortex A7, Chipset: Exynos 5 Octa 5420 Processor, with 3 GB RAM and 16 GB Internal Storage
Display Type
14.4 cm (5.7 Inch) Display with 1920x1080 Resolution, Super AMOLED
13 MP Rear Camera, 2 MP Front Camera
3200 mAh Li-Ion Battery
Operating System
Android Jelly Bean (4.1-4.3)
Quad core, 1.9 GHz, Cortex A15 + Quad core, 1.3 GHz, Cortex A7, Chipset: Exynos 5 Octa 5420
Operating System
Android v4.3 (Jelly Bean)
Network Type
GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz
Zoom Intensity
Digital Zoom
Video Recording
4k , 30 FPS, Full HD , 60 FPS
Other Features
Back-illuminated sensor (BSI), CMOS image sensor, Digital image stabilization, Face detection, Geo tagging, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR), Simultaneous HD video and image recording, Smile detection, Touch to focus
Secondary Camera
2 MP
Primary Camera
13 MP
More Features
Accelerometer, Barometer, Compass, Gyroscope, Hall Sensor, Humidity Sensor, IR Gesture, Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Thermometer
Accelerometer, Barometer, Compass, Gyroscope, Hall Sensor, Humidity Sensor, IR Gesture, Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Thermometer
USB connectivity
USB Port, USB 3.0, USB Host, microUSB
GPS Support
With A-GPS, Glonass
Audio Jack
3.5 mm
v4.0, EDR, A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HID, HSP, MAP, OPP, PAN, PBAP, Proximity Monitor Profile over LE, SAP
Preinstalled Browser
14.4 cm (5.7 Inch)
Color of Handset
Handset, Battery, Charger, Earphone, USB Cable, User Manual, Warranty Card
Touch Screen
Capacitive Touch Screen
SIM type
Single Sim
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