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Cool Different Variants of Galaxy Note 3 Neo. Which one is better?

Samsung has launched Note 3 Neo's four variants so far and apparently only three of them are available to us, as of now.

1) Neo with Exynos Hexacore - 3G Version
2) Neo with Exynos Hexacore - LTE Version
3) Neo with Snapdragon 400 CPU
4) Neo with Snapdragon 800 CPU (Couldn't find it nowhere)

So, which one do you guys think is the best one among the first 3 mentioned above?
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the snapdragon 800 version is for the korean sm-n750s i believe.
i choose the sm-n7505 for 4g.coz i have a data plan.for faster web browsing.
u have to choose what suite u.
for performance.i like the snapdragon.
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the snapdragon 800 version is for the korean sm-n750s i believe.
i choose the sm-n7505 for 4g.coz i have a data plan.for faster web browsing.
u have to choose what suite u.
for performance.i like the snapdragon.
So I chose the best that was available. SM-N7505. And frankly I couldn't be happier.

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Samsung has launched Note 3 Neo's four variants so far and apparently only three of them are available to us, as of now.

1) Neo with Exynos Hexacore - 3G Version
2) Neo with Exynos Hexacore - LTE Version
3) Neo with Snapdragon 400 CPU
4) Neo with Snapdragon 800 CPU (Couldn't find it nowhere)

So, which one do you guys think is the best one among the first 3 mentioned above?
luckily i have the no.4 with snapdragon 800 with model sm-n750l same specs with sm-n750s
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Wanted one but was not available in my country. So bought the second best. Hexacore LTE N7505

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I've exynos 3G variant and it's a balance between performance and battery life . It's somewhat closer to snapdragon 600 which is good enough [emoji3]




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Both the variants are good in their own way but it absolutely depends on what kind of user you're....

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