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Still worth picking up a note 3

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10th April 2014, 02:17 AM   |  #11  
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Or do as I did and get the Note 3 and pay the extra $ for Jump! and when the Note 4 comes out switch
10th April 2014, 02:38 AM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by CheesyNutz

Just picked up the note 3 ....um wow just wow

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Enjoy it bro, the "wow" factor has yet to leave me. Lots of great devs here with great roms and kernel support, as well as nice community that will help you out when in need.

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10th April 2014, 03:54 AM   |  #13  
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Had it since day one and there is nothing better out there now. No S5, HTC One (M8) or IPhone can beat this beauty and the beast phone. Only the Note 4 can surpass it when it comes out.

You will not regret getting a Note 3. May want to wait till S5 comes out in case you can get a Gear watch bundled for cheap if interested in it.

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I kinda agree that there really isn't anything out there better yet. I mean things like 2k display (not needed and bigger battery drain) 2gb ram is a step backwards, and no stylus (if you use it) and the Snap Dragon 801 is only 200mhz faster with the same gpu. So at the minimum I probably wouldn't even look til the 805 SoC came out or 64 bit (which isn't even needed yet).

That not even mentioning someone has to come up with something really innovative or significantly better like the isocell with OIS. At this point, we're really at a point of saturation.
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