- All prices mentioned above are in Indian Rupee.
- This product is available in Flipkart, Amazon.
- At flipkart.com you can purchase Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (Jet Black, 32 GB)(3 GB RAM) for only Rs. 19,990, which is 27% less than the cost in Amazon (Rs. 27,500).
- The lowest price of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was obtained on March 13, 2018 10:25 pm.
Price History for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (Jet Black, 32 GB)(3 GB RAM)
|Current Price||Rs. 19,990||March 13, 2018|
|Highest Price||Rs. 21,999||November 16, 2017|
|Lowest Price||Rs. 18,399||February 28, 2018|
Last price changes
|Rs. 19,990||March 13, 2018|
|Rs. 21,999||March 11, 2018|
|Rs. 18,999||March 6, 2018|
|Rs. 18,399||February 28, 2018|
|Rs. 18,999||February 19, 2018|
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was first made available in black, white, and pink colors. In December 2013, Samsung introduced three new color schemes for select markets; black with gold-colored trim, white with rose gold-colored trim, and red with silver-colored trim.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Price comparison in India
As with other Galaxy Note series devices, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 ships with an S Pen stylus, which has been updated to use a more symmetrical shape. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is also the first smartphone to include support for USB 3.0, which enables faster data transfers and charging when connected to a compatible port.
On January 13, 2014, an update to Android 4.4 “KitKat” was first made available through Samsung Kies in Poland for LTE models. The update adds user interface tweaks such as a camera shortcut on the corner of the lock screen, options for setting default launcher and text messaging applications, support for printing, and a new location settings menu for tracking and controlling the use of location tracking by apps. 4.4 also makes significant changes to the handling of secondary storage on the device for security reasons; applications’ access to the SD card is now restricted to designated, app-specific directories only, while full access to internal primary storage is still allowed. Although Samsung Galaxy Note 3behavior has existed by default since Android 3.0 “Honeycomb”, OEMs such as Samsung previously modified their distributions of Android to retain the previous behavior, allowing applications to have unlimited access to SD card contents.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Features :
- Everyday made easier with S-Pen
- Smarter Multitasking with large screen
- 144.3mm (5.7) Full HD Super AMOLED (1920 x 1080)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 3 With android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
- 13 Mega-pixel BSI Sensor, Auto Focus rear camera with Smart Stabilization
- Air Command, Action Memo, Scrapbook,S Finder, Pen Window, Multi Window, Direct Pen Input
- Group Play, Story Album, S Translator, Smart Scroll, Smart Pause, Air Gesture, Air View
Galaxy Note 3 Specifications and Video Review:
After having owned the original Note aka Note I and then it’s succesor Note II, picking Samsung Galaxy Note 3 over other phones was quite an easy decision for me. But once I got a hold onto the device I was a bit disappointed. Why? Because initially I felt that the leap from Note II to Note III was not as BIG as it was from Note I to Note II. Putting my skeptism aside I began using and exploring my Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The design of the latest iteration is more in the line with the original Note than the predecessor Note II. Phone is more rectangular at the edges and surprisingly lighter than the previous gen Note II .
What Samsung has done incredibly well is that they have increased the size of the screen to 5.7″ but the over all size of the phone remains same. Screen is typical Samsung Super AMOLED full HD with a resolution of 1920 X 1080, with colors popping out making text and images crisp and clear. Watching videos and playing games on a 5.7″ screen with such vibrant color is pure joy. I would concede that this is one of the best diplay by Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 house a 13 MP camera coupled with an LED flash. The camera clicks some excellent photos in outdoor conditions but the low light photography is a bit disappointing and could have been better. Also, lack of OIS is certainly not a good move.