Samsung Galaxy Note 3: More Multitasking, More S Pen Features

September 9, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The original Samsung Galaxy Note is considered the first device that combines the possibilities of a phone and tablet together. Despite its huge size, which is slightly greater than a smartphone, people accepted it.

And, after seeing the success of it, other mobile manufacturers also expanded the sizes of their smartphones.

With the hope of repeating the history of success, Samsung has unveiled its latest Galaxy Note 3 device at this year’s IFA in Berlin.

It is not just the enormous size that makes the Galaxy Note a favorite with mobile customers.

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The multitasking features and the amazing S Pen, which comes with the phablet, also help in boosting the popularity and sales of the new Note 3.

Samsung has also tried to follow the same legendary suite in its latest Note 3 phablet, to add extra charm to it, the manufacturer were tried to bring new ways to use its multitasking and S Pen features.

The new Galaxy Note 3, which sports a 5.7-inch full high-definition screen , is slightly bigger than the Galaxy Note 2’s 5.5-inch display, yet it is thinner and lighter than the previous one.

The Note 3’s excellent 5.7-inch screen will give you the same bright and colorful experience you got from the previous Note. But this time you will get a finer control with the S Pen.

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Samsung has expanded the S Pen capabilities and added more feature, so that it can be more useful to the user. When you take the S Pen from the silo, the Air Command menu will automatically pop up on the screen on top of the display.

You can also get the menu by hovering the S pen over the screen and by clicking the built-in button provided on the left side of the stylus.

Initially, it might seem a bit complicated, but as soon as you figure it out, you will surely get to enjoy the use of the stylus. The Air Command feature will let you access all the S Pen features like S Finder, Action Memos, Pen Window and Scrapbook.

Action Memos is an interesting feature that turn out your scribbles into life, in other words it can change scribbles into real actionable items. For example, you can call anyone by simply drawing a box around the scribbled phone number and clicking the call icon.

The Scrapbook app in the Stylus allows users to save anything ranging from an image, text or video by simply drawing a box around it, and it will be automatically saved to the app.

The S Finder feature will help you search for files, music or photos by name, date and tags. It also allows searching handwritten notes and symbols.
Samsung devices were always criticized for their cheap looking plastic body, but it seems that Sammy has taken it seriously by adding a faux leather on the outside of the plastic cover. Samsung also added a classy metal rim on both the sides of the Note 3 that looks great.

Talking of the other specifications, the Galaxy Note 3 packs a faster 2.3 GHz processor along with 3 GB of RAM. The device comes with a 13-megapixel camera with LED flash and 4G LTE support, so that it can offers faster internet connection at high speeds.

Reportedly, the Note 3 will be on the market by the end of this month and will be available via US carriers including AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, US Cellular, and T-Mobile.

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