Regarding display, we can see that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 and LG’s Optimus G Pro come with displays of the same size: 5.5 inches. The display size of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is slightly bigger at 5.7 inches. Even though it has such a large display, the Galaxy Note 3 actually is the thinnest of them all.
Not only does this device have the largest display, but the display is actually a Super AMOLED display which renders a full HD screen resolution of 1080 pixels. The device can be purchased with two options of processor + chipset: a quad core paired up with the Snapdragon 800 chipset from Qualcomm which makes the processor run at 2.3 GHz and an octa core which works at 1.9 GHz and is paired up with the Exynos 5410 chipset. The processor is backed up by an impressive amount of 3 GB of RAM which ensures for a smooth performance. The Note 3 was the first phone ever to support 3 GB of RAM.
When we look at the specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, we can see a resemblance to the Samsung Galaxy S4: a primary camera which has 13 MP and that can shoot videos at a quality of 4k pixels. The secondary camera has 1.9 MP. Even though it is very similar to the company’s other flagship, the cameras do their job quite nicely.
The device is extremely thin (8.3 mm) considering its weight of 168 grams and its large display. The Galaxy Note 3 is bundled with the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean version of Google’s operating system. As for battery unit, the device has an impressive capacity of 3200 mAh.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 can be bought in two versions: HSPA+ and LTE. The HSPA+ is the version of the handset that comes with the Exynos 5 Octa chipset, while the LTE version has the Snapdragon 800 chipset from Qualcomm.
As for price, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (32 GB) comes at $522.85.