Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Games
Announced at IFA 2013 in Berlin, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a worthy successor to its two previous iterations. The Note 3 sports a new design with a leather-like textured back, smaller bezels and larger 1080p display. Inside you’ll find either a quad-core Snapdragon 800 or octa-core Exynos processor, along with 3GB of RAM and a 13MP camera.
The Galaxy Note 3’s industrial design is familiar, yet different. From the front it’s clear what kind of device you’re dealing with — the Note 3’s flattened edges and sides convey a more businesslike vibe than the curvier Galaxy S phones. In fact, it’s a bit of a throwback to the design language of the first Galaxy Note. It’s not trying to be inspired by nature, or designed for humans, or any of that nonsense. The Galaxy Note 3 is unashamedly rectangular. It has the look of a tool, not a toy, and that’s not something you can say about many Samsung phones.
The Galaxy Note 3’s display is a 5.7-inch Full HD 1080p SuperAMOLED panel; it’s the most impressive SuperAMOLED screen so far, and among the best mobile displays we’ve seen on any device. In a nutshell, the screen is explosively bright and colorful. It offers the vivid colors and deep blacks we’ve come to expect from AMOLED panels, but with improved brightness and daylight visibility — a typical shortcoming of earlier AMOLEDs. Whether this is due to software tuning or the use of superior panels, the result is a screen that’s brighter than that of the Galaxy S4, and easier to use in daylight as a result. In addition, the Note 3’s display brightness level seemed to ramp up much more aggressively than the S4 when set to auto-adjust.