Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Official Specs

September 4, 2013
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After months upon months of waiting, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is finally here! Check out the official specifications sent to us directly from Samsung below. We’ve got a ton of content going live as we write this, so please bear with us as we work hard to deliver you the best content on everything related to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Gear, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2013 edition)!

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Full Official Specs

Category
Description
Network2.5G (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE): 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
3G (HSPA+ 42Mbps): 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz
4G (LTE Cat 4 150/50Mbps) : up to 6 different band sets (Dependent on market)
ProcessorLTE 2.3 GHz Quad-Core Processor
3G 1.9 GHz Octa Core Processor ( A15 1.9 GHz + A7 1.3 GHz)
The selection of AP will be differed by markets.
Display5.7inch (144.3mm) Full HD Super AMOLED (1920 x 1080)
OSAndroid 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
CameraMain(Rear): 13 Mega-pixel BSI Sensor, Auto Focus camera with Smart Stabilization,
LED Flash(High CRI), and Zero Shutter Lag
Sub (Front): 2 Mega-pixel BSI sensor with Smart Stabilization,
Full HD recording @30fps
Dual Camera: Dual Shot / Dual Recording/ Dual Video Call
Recording: UHD 30fps, Smooth motion (FHD 60fps), Slow motion (HD 120fps)
Camera Mode: Drama Shot, Sound & Shot, Animated Photo, Eraser, Best Photo, Best Face, Beauty Face, HDR (High Dynamic Range), Panorama, Sports, Golf, Surround shot, Live effect
VideoCodec: H.264, MPEG-4, H.263, VC-1, WMV7, WMV8, Sorenson Spark, MP43, VP8, HEVC
Recording & Playback: Full HD (1080p), UHD (*may differ by market)
AudioCodec: MP3, AAC/AAC+/eAAC+, WMA, AMR-NB/WB, Vorbis, FLAC(*), WAV(*)
(*) Ultra High Quality Audio (~192KHz, 24 bit) support
S Pen Optimized FeaturesAir Command: Action Memo, Scrapbook, Screen Write, S Finder, Pen Window
S Note, Multi Window, new Easy Clip, Direct Pen Input
Additional FeaturesGroup Play: Share Music, Share Picture, Share Video, Share Document, Play Games
Story Album, S Translator
Samsung Smart Scroll, Samsung Smart Pause, Air Gesture, Air View
Samsung Apps, Samsung Hub, ChatON (Voice/Video Call, Share screen, 3-way calling), Samsung WatchON
S Voice™ Hands Free, S Health
Samsung Adapt Display, Samsung Adapt Sound
Auto adjust touch sensitivity (Glove friendly)
Samsung Link, Screen Mirroring
Safety Assistance, Samsung KNOX
Google Mobile ServicesChrome, Search, Gmail, Google+, Maps, Play Books
Play Movies, Play Music, Play Store, Hangouts
Voice Search, YouTube, Google Settings, Play Games, Messenger
ConnectivityWiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (HT80)
GPS / GLONASS
NFC, Bluetooth® v 4.0 (LE)
IR LED (Remote Control), MHL 2.0
SensorGesture, Accelerometer, Geo-magnetic, Gyroscope, RGB
Proximity, Barometer, Temperature & Humidity, Hall Sensor
Memory32/ 64 GB User memory + microSD slot (up to 64GB)
3GB RAM
Dimension151.2 x 79.2 x 8.3mm, 168g
BatteryStandard battery, Li-ion 3,200 mAh

Anyone excited for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3? Let us know down below!

Comments

  • http://perksofastudent.blogspot.com/?m=0 Renz Carl Supnet

    1st comment

    • Rooney-

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  • Ares

    no fingerprint scanner? :

    • ken

      scan your ass niggah!!

    • D’Ander McSullivan

      First world problems

  • Addymore

    Not so impressed……!!!!

  • Taya

    this is the phone of my dreams! It’s cool and I love the new design. Can’t wait to upgrade when this phone comes to the US. :-)

  • jjordan

    I like it a lot but what I need to know is how many nits brightness? Is the 3200 mag battery really enough?

    • FL Guy

      Agree on the brightness question – S3 & S4 displays were VERY disappoint ing in strong daylight (pretty much not usable outside in sunny FL). Need to know the brightness of the screen .

      I find it pretty interesting that none of the early reviews have mentioned this specification. Apparently Samsung is not saying much about that particular aspect. Do they not think/realize that it is important? (Or are they perhaps not proud of it? :-)

      • jjordan

        Exactly I feel like brightness is where the note 2 loses big time as well…AMOLED screens are beautiful but if you can’t see them outside at all what good are they…its going to be the difference between the g2 and note 3 for me

  • Vchamp2k

    Sammy, i wanted and waited for some strong reasons to upgrade my note2. But just the spec bump and screen size bump wont help you stay as an android market leader. Why did you want to stick to exact 1 year refresh cycle when there are no major innovations to attract current note2 owners? Why didnt you take few more months and bring in water/shatter/dust proof capabilities or any other major innovations? You spent 1 year just to re-design the back cover, since everyone was concerned about plastic. You spent 1 year to add few mah in the battery capacity. The new software features that you have brought in can be applied on note2, why do you have to introduce a new device. Just to use the smart watch, do you want me to upgrade to note 3. When my note2 can still perform faster and make me happy everyday, i dont want to buy a note3 myself. And you will lose the market if you dont watch your handset pricing. Do not try to compete with apple pricing. There are lot of chinese manufacturers look quite promising and lot of companies like sony & htc bringing in innovations. Dont dig a graveyard and burry yourself….

  • Scorpineo

    Which version is better? The Snap800 or Exynos Octo? I heard the Exynos Octo has overheating issues?

  • Physiguy

    Oh man! I madly want this phone. I am amazed by its spec and what it features, especially the spen. It is great but I wish it support ois and has more apps on the knox.