- Size (LWH): 3.1 inches, 0.3 inches, 5.6 inches
- Weight: 5.76 ounces
- Network Compatibility: LTE
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 1380 minutes
Samsung Galaxy Note 3, White 32GB (Sprint)
- Display: 5.7-inches
- Camera: 13-MP
- Processor Speed: 2.3 GHz
- OS: Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
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I know I may not appear a "Verified Buyer", but I purchased this phone through our primary's Amazon account. I most certainly do own this device. With that out of the way, here are my thoughts after a week of ownership. Also, if you have questions, go ahead and ask. I'll answer them as time allows - I know what it is like to plop down 250 bucks on something and not know that ONE thing you just can't find out about it anywhere. Anyways, on to my impressions.
First of all, I did not have this phone prior to the update that was issued to fix call quality. I cannot say for certain the update fixed it, as I never experienced the problem, but what I can tell you is that while I've used it (I immediately installed the update when I got the phone), all the calls I've made have been crystal clear both on my end and on the the callers end. So if that was a worry for you, I would say you can cross that off the list now.
Let's quickly talk about who this phone isn't for. Go ahead and skip this section if you are a tech head like me and already poured over tech specs and sheets well before it released. This phone is, unquestionably, huge. It is able to be HELD with one hand, but it's usefulness one handed is somewhat limited. I'm a 6'0 tall guy, slightly above average sized hands. I use Thumb Keyboard as my replacement for stock, and I cannot easily reach the left hand side of the keyboard. It can be done, but it requires some finagling in the hand (that incidentally has it resting precariously on the tips of my fingers near the center of the back of the device). Using the "one handed operation" setting within Thumb Keyboard (or stock for that matter) squashes it to to the side and one handed typing can be accomplished easier that way.Read more ›
When I first held the phone I fell in love. The form factor is just great and the screen is a noticeable jump up. That's saying something when the Note 2 already had a stellar screen resolution. I don't feel the need to have this one in a case. The slippery back of the Note 2 required a case as I dropped it a couple times when holding it bare.
Rather than go on feature by feature I'll suffice to say everything feels like a great and noticeable improvement. S-pen, camera, screen, on and on its the phone I loved before but better in every way I could have asked for. I've tried dozens of smartphones over the past 5 years. The Note 2 was the first one I actually held onto for a year. I easily see myself holding onto the 3 that much or longer (depending on when they bring out a 4th ;) ).
I highly recommend this phone.
*Update a week in. I'm still just as impressed with this phone if not more so. The biggest thing I've found since my review is how much battery this phone offers. The battery size is insignificantly larger than the Note 2 which means they really improved the performance greatly to have increased battery efficiency this much.Read more ›
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Surprisingly near mint condition phone no scratches or dents a plusPublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
I received my note today 1/16/16. Packaging was great However I thought the pen would have came with it like in the picture.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Got it love it, everything works fine. Only thing the phone did not come with the SIM card but I got it to work anywayPublished 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great deal, and quality phone. Put up with me like a champ until I upgraded.Published 1 month ago by Kathleen Morgan