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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 With 4G Dual SIM HD Video Recording Review

Samsung has released Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with 4G support. There are three variations of Samsung Galaxy 3 note, they are Galaxy Note 3 N9000, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N9002 and Galaxy Note 3 N9005. Here only Galaxy Note 3 N9005 has the capability to support 4G wireless network. This time Samsung does not disappoint the dual SIM fans. Galaxy Note 3 N9002 supports dual SIM. Galaxy Note 3 N9000 just supports 3G wireless network.

Galaxy Note 3 has microUSB v3.0 ports. 13 Mega Pixel camera with auto focus Satisfies the users with interests in taking pictures. We must note the dual shot feature of Samsung Galaxy Note 3. At the same time we are able to capture HD video recording and still photos with additional boon touch focus feature. Face and smile detection is added in this version too. With LED flash we can ensure the quality of photos we take using Galaxy Note 3.


Different CPU is used for different variations of Galaxy Note 3. For Note 3 N9005 and N9002, Quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait 400 is used. But for Galaxy Note 3 N9000, Quad-core 1.9 GHz Cortex-A15 is used. Samsung supports the new age in web by giving support to HTML5 in default web browser.


The disadvantage is the lack of radio in Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has an internal memory of 3 GB and we can extend it up to 64 GB. Another important point to say is the Operating System using in Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Android Jelly Bean (V4.3) is running on Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 supports HSDPA speed in wireless internet and Galaxy Note 3 N9005 supports LTE. Wi-Fi supports 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac.

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