A recent teardown of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has estimated that it costs around $240 to build, which is about $20 more than the 3G version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The extra costs are due to the better display, the faster processor and the increased amount of RAM.
DisplayMate evaluated a pre-release version of the Galaxy Note 3, and the results are quite impressive. Samsung brought OLED display technology to a level that is comparable to or better than most LCDs.
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Are you buying a Galaxy Note 3 once it becomes available? If so, what’s the main reason for getting one? Specs? Features? New design? The S Pen? If the Note 3 isn’t for you, what puts you off? Note 3: yea or nay? Vote in our poll and sound off in the comments.
This week, the Oppo N1 landed (CyanogenMod in tow), the Galaxy S5 rumor mill began to rev up, Samsung confirmed its curved display phone, Amazon kindled a new Fire, Google updated apps across the board, and controversy irrupted around the region locking of the Galaxy Note 3.