The presentation was held at
President of Samsung Electronics Kazakhstan and Central Asia Choi Sin Sik said: "We are here to introduce our next evaluation of smartphones Galaxy Note 3. We achieved milestone today. With joint efforts we made a step forward and we introduce new innovations in Galaxy Note 3, which is thinner and lighter, with larger display and better battery, and it is faster. I hope that our new product will be interesting for consumers in
As reported earlier,
Samsung GALAXY Note 3 delivers a larger and better screen for the best viewing experience and more powerful multitasking, and introduces significant S Pen improvements that make everyday life easier and faster.
Samsung GALAXY Note 3 comes with a wider (5.7inch) full HD Super AMOLED display, yet slimmer (8.3mm) and lighter (168g) hardware design, and more powerful and longer lasting (3,200mAh) battery.
Also, equipped with a 13 megapixel rear camera with Smart Stabilization and high
In addition to meaningful technological advancements, Samsung GALAXY Note 3 delivers a new premium look and feel. Expanding on the modern Samsung GALAXY design approach, Samsung GALAXY Note 3 adds a soft and textured-touch back cover and delicate stitching. It also features a serration pattern on the side of the device that evokes a connection to the timeless and enduring strengths of classic notebooks and planners.
Samsung GALAXY Note 3 will be available in
The new S Pen reinvents and modernizes the classic note-taking experience by providing the ability to accomplish everyday tasks with just one click. The advanced S Pen is designed to be fully functional as a communication driver between the phone and the user by creating essential input and control features. It plays an integral role in how users interface with the device, making all daily routines easier.
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