On Wednesday, Samsung launched its third iteration of the Note – the Glaxy Note III during this year’s IFA held in Berlin.
The Note III features a full HD, super AMOLED and 5.7-inches (up from 5.5 inches) across with 1,920×1080 resolution, a 1.9GHz quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB or 64GB of internal storage.
There’s a 13-megapixel camera on front and a 2-megapixel lens facing you; it’s LTE/4G compatible for ultra-fast internet; and it records in 4K video (the second phone to do so following the Acer Liquid S2).The Note III also comes in pink as well as black and white, with the back sporting a leather effect down to the stitching. Skeuomorphism be damned.
The Note III is also the first phone to pair with the Galaxy Gear, Samsung’s new smartwatch – a device that itself is expected to cost at least £200.
The Note III is available in pink as well as black and white, with the back sporting a leather effect down to the stitching.
It’s already been announced on Phone 4U from £47 a month on a two-year contract (from 25 September); EE customers will pay £41 a month for 2GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts (but also have to part with an upfront fee of £120); whilst Orange and T-Mobile are also doing it for £42/month with similar upfront fees.