With a sizeable spec, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has already won praises from market pundits for being a fantastic device. Compared with its earlier off-spring, the Galaxy Note 2, the Galaxy Note 3 definitely had a better edge with additional advanced features of the S Pen functionality, larger display and improved hardware. Toping it all was the then latest Android 4.3.
WikiCommons/Database Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a lot of well known business features, but it also has an array of advanced gallery features which makes it worthy of a second look.
Along with the black colour, all its features made the phone look like one of the best smartphone for business executives. Consider the features like note taking with the Action Memo feature, which allowed users to hand write text on the screen to initiate actions such as placing a phone call or opening a contact. Using the feature, users could also text message, send emails, open web browsers or map a location and even create a task. It thus proved to be a very handy device for business executives on the move.
Further the Scrapbooker allowed users to capture content quickly from the device like from web pages, images, YouTube videos, music, videos, and more to be organised into different collections. It was another feature which road warriors found interesting. Other features like the S Finder, have also been a big hit among users.
Now coming out of the shadow of being the best business-use smartphone, the Galaxy Note 3 review is proving its mettle for the several fun features it has. In a recent article in the ZDNet, Matthew Miller does a check on the devices fun features and has uploaded a video to go along, explaining the findings of his user review.
"I have a few more days to make a final decision on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, I purchased at T-Mobile and with the fantastic HTC One in hand it is not easy to decide if the Note 3 stays or not. I recently found a few fun things on the Note 3 that swing the pendulum back toward keeping the device," he writes. Take a look at Mr Miller's investigation of the Galaxy Note 3 advanced gallery features, just in case you may be missing them: