Galaxy Note 3, Samsung’s newest foblet, has finally reached Brazil. After a trendy pre-sale last Saturday, the new phone will be displayed at a party in São Paulo, this Thursday. Presented last month at the IFA 2013 Electronics Fair in Berlin, he quickly landed on the national market with suggested price of R $2,899 in the unlocked version.
Sold in black and white colors, both with 4g connectivity, Galaxy Note 3 has a 5.7 inch Super AMOLED screen with Full HD resolution, 3 GB of RAM and internal memory of 16, 32 or 64 GB (with MicroSD card slot up to 64 GB more).
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The processor is quad-core, the camera shoots with up to 13 megapixels and shoots in high definition (1080p), and the operating system is Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean). With all this, Note 3 becomes the best-equipped foblet of the Brazilian market and can become a cutting-edge option for the users of the country.
In addition to Note 3, Samsung has begun to sell in Brazil also its intelligent watch, Galaxy Gear. The smart watch, with 1.63 inch screen, 1.9 megapixel camera and Exynos processor 800 MHz. Additionally, it has 4 GB of RAM, 512 MB RAM, 4g, Bluetooth 4.0 and several applications.
They both work independent, but they act very well together. The watch can receive notifications from the Foblet, such as reminders of links and text messages. For the Brazilian user, the clock will cost R $1300. Therefore, for those who want the “full kit”, the added values can reach R $4200.