The Coolpad Note 3 Lite is currently the cheapest smartphone in India with a fingerprint sensor and also is the first “Made in India” smartphone from Coolpad. We decided to open up the device and bring to you all of the internals in full glory. Dive in to check out our full teardown.
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The Coolpad Note 3 Lite is a device that follows up one of the most successful devices of 2015. Priced to undercut its stablemate and designed to impress with solid internals, the Coolpad Note 3 Lite is an intriguing device that is poised to surprise and exceed expectations. Add to that the fact that this is a ‘Made In India’ or at least an assembled in India product, you do start getting excited about it. Continue reading “Coolpad Note 3 Lite Review”
Following the success of the Coolpad Note 3, the company has launched a new up device that undercuts pricing and still offers a compelling device. The phone was launched today at an event in Delhi but since we’ve had our hands on it for a while, we decided to start our coverage with a quick hands on and photo gallery ahead of our review. Continue reading “Coolpad Note 3 Lite Photo Gallery & Hands On”
Ahead of the launch on the 15th of January, Coolpad has sent out media invites for their upcoming event where they are expected to launch a new entry level handset. The event is scheduled to be held in New Delhi and we’ll be bringing you more straight from the event of course. Continue reading “Coolpad sends out invites for launch on 15th January”
Coolpad which remains one of the strongest brands in its home market of China has been facing stiff competition from the likes of Xiaomi, Meizu and others. In a bid to grow its share further, the company has been dabbling in the Indian market and the the newly launched Coolpad Note 3 might be its strongest effort ever. As we put this fingerprint scanner equipped handset through its paces, we’ll analyse what makes the phone tick. Here’s the FoneArena review of the Coolpad Note 3. Continue reading “Coolpad Note 3 Review”
Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 4 in September at IFA Berlin and it went on sale in India last month for Rs 58,300. We already went hands on with the Note 4 at IFA and also seen the photo gallery, now lets compare the Note 4 with Galaxy Note 3 that was priced at Rs 49,900 at the time of launch in September last year. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Photo Gallery”
Samsung has just launched the successor of the popular Samsung Galaxy Grand in India as the Galaxy Grand 2. The Galaxy Grand 2 takes after the original Galaxy Grand to compete in the mid-range market. Following Samsung’s trend of having the same design language for most of its product lineup, the Galaxy Grand 2 borrows a lot of design elements from the company’s current flagship – Galaxy Note 3.
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We previously brought to you the unboxing of the HTC One Max. Now here is the photo gallery comparing the phablet to it’s closest rival, the Galaxy Note 3.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was announced at IFA, and with any Samsung Flagship, comes a lot of accessories too. We already saw one, the extra battery kit and today we have another, and that is the Flip Wallet cover for the Galaxy Note 3. The Flip Wallet cover is like any flip cover, it replaces the phone’s back, but also has a slide-in slit opening for storing your cards. Yep, this is for people who don’t carry their wallet everywhere and also easy access with your card being inside of your phone’s cover. Anyway, we have unboxed the retail package and fitted it on our Note 3 in front of a camera, so go ahead and watch the unboxing and hands on of the Galaxy Note 3 Flip Wallet Cover –
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 might have a massive 3200 mAH battery already, but that never stops the power users from draining it out in less than 20 hours. Not only that, it’s been customary for most Samsung owners to carry an extra battery, which is super useful during travel thanks to the easy access to the removable battery. So, power users who travel can now be happy that Samsung has already launched its Note 3 Extra Battery Kit. We have picked one up for our own Note 3, so here is an unboxing video of the Extra Battery kit for the Galaxy Note 3 –
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Update: Check our fully detailed Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review here.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was launched in India just a week ago, with much fanfare and a hefty price tag. Priced at a steep Rs. 49,990, the device has finally landed in the retail market in India and we have swiftly picked up one from nearby. We recently checked out the excellent benchmark scores of the Snapdragon 800 version but the version launched in India sports a Exynos 5 Octa(We’ll be posting benchmarks for this too), and that’s the one we are checking out today. A 5.7 inch 1080p screen, 3GB of RAM, one of the first USB 3.0 interfaces on a phone and a 13 Megapixel camera checks all the spec requirements for a top end flagship device. We couldn’t resist but show its box contents and a quick overview on video, so here you go – The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Unboxing and Overview Video
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The IFA event at Berlin, one of the increasingly important consumer electronic trade shows, just started, but tons of devices have already been launched. Amongst them, standing out from the crowd, is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, unveiled with much excitement and fervor, as leaks failed to provide proper information before launch. The Note 3 is the third iteration of the very popular Note series of devices Samsung made popular. The range, infamously held responsible for creating the phablet phenomenon, also created a paradigm shift in the company, for its portfolio.
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Samsung today unveiled the next chapter of its Galaxy Note line of devices. With an even larger display stuck inside a shell that is the same size as before, Samsung has some interesting industrial design going here. Over at the back is a faux leather material that makes it a bit more comfortable to hold. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Photo Gallery”
Samsung just unveiled the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 3 at their IFA unpacked event today. Boasting a beautiful 5.7 inch full HD Super AMOLED display with a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 Processor and 3 GB of RAM, it is easily one of the most powerful devices that have launched till date. But there was also another Snapdragon 800 device that impressed us with its performance and that was the Xperia Z Ultra, the first 6.44 inch device from Sony. How do both these phablets look side by side, and how do they fare in a quick comparison? We shot a video to show you how –
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Samsung has just announced the third iteration of their successful premium phablet series – Galaxy Note 3. The Galaxy Note 3 was announced at the IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The Galaxy Note 3 comes with a 5.7inch Full HD Super AMOLED display. Just like their flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 3 will come in two variants – the international variant sporting the Exynos Octa chipset and the USA variant sporting the Snapdragon 800 SoC. Both the variants will come with 3GB RAM and will have 16/32/64GB variants and a microSD card slot.
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