As was discovered in Multitouch problems on Note 3 (Updated test procedure + videos)
, the multitouch-issue is happening in all versions that we know of.
Furthermore from experience we gathered there it appears that returning a Note 3 for a replacement has repeatedly led to a new phone with the same issue.
It could very well be that ALL currently sold models of the Note 3 have the issue, but were tested under conditions were it didn't occur quickly enough to be recognised by the owner. With the famous example of the Nexus 7, its multi-touch problems were masked when connected to a charger. I noticed on my unit that I repeatedly could not easily detect it, where at other moments it was clear and obvious.
If you want to find out if people want to return their phone and get their money back there will be few areas where a customer is actually allowed to do that after opening the box and with this type of issue.
Since this topic seems just a rehash of your earlier topic
I have asked to have it closed. The earlier topic was closed for copying large parts of an existing topic without consent or any response once I raised questions about it.