Samsung Releases 6.5 Minute Video Detailing Everything About the Galaxy Note 3

Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 was announced yesterday, and now Samsung has released a detailed 6 minute 33 second video to give you the full lowdown on their newest flagship device.  Having really popularized the phablet phone size and shape, Samsung starts off the video talking about the last 2 years and how the Galaxy Note series has progressed.  The video goes through the styling of the Galaxy Note 3, including the new leather-styled back which has a "classic notebook inspiration" as Samsung puts it.  The video also goes over the colors available at launch, which are pink, black and white.  It also covers a range of accessories and cases, the new S-Pen, and goes further into the new S-Pen features and gestures.  Then there's the usual "real-world" scenarios that follow such a marketing video, but at least they give an idea of how to use all the features that Samsung has packed into the Galaxy Note 3.  The video also covers many features like Scrapbooker, Action Memo and Multi-window, as well as give us a detailed look at the S Finder interface.  S Finder was talked about at the Galaxy Note 3 debut yesterday but not demoed.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 will make its worldwide debut in 120 countries when it launches on September 25th.  Here in the US it'll launch on all 5 major carriers.  If you're on Verizon you might remember the horrendous branded home button on the Galaxy Note II.  Thankfully Verizon has said that won't happen again with the Galaxy Note 3, so no more home button stickers will be needed to cover that awful logo.  Right now there is no word on pricing, but we don't expect pricing to be out of the realm of normalcy, and should launch at $299 as the Galaxy Note II did.  If you're highly excited for the launch of the Galaxy Note 3 check out the video below to wet your whistle and hopefully keep you tide over until the launch in just a few weeks.

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