After a few months of use, we take another look at what is still one of the premiere large smartphones currently available, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Phones are once again becoming bigger and bigger, with OEMs pushing the line between a phone and a tablet. 5-inch displays have become the new standard, and the “phablet” is far from a niche market.
Samsung has partnered up with Swarovski to create the jewel encrusted smartphone case for fashion week in New York.
We roundup some of the best Samsung Galaxy Note 3 cases, including, slim fit, hybrid cases, rugged cases, and more.
The Rose Gold variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is now available from Verizon Wireless for $249.
After initially denying that an upgrade to KitKat was breaking 3rd party accessory support for the Note 3, Samsung has now changed its stance. Samsung claims that the problem was caused by a bug and that a fix is on the way.
XDA forum member ‘Designgears’ has posted up leaked Android 4.4 KitKat firmware upgrades for the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3. Read on for more details!
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005 and SM-N900 have now started to receive updates to Android 4.4 KitKat in several more countries including Poland, the Netherlands, Latvia, Ireland, Switzerland, Hungary, Singapore, India and Korea.
Samsung issued an official statement on the alleged broken compatibility between third-party accessories and the Note 3, denying that the KitKat update caused the issue.