Galaxy Note 3 Full Consumer Consultant Guide, With more Information Than You'll Ever Need

As we all know, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a ton of new features, as well as adding on to the ones we already had from the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S4. Of course, we'll be covering all of that once we get the device in house, so you can look forward to lots of Galaxy Note 3 coverage. Samsung also has the full consumer consultant guide available and we have our hands on it. It's 102 pages long and has plenty of information here for you. Not only does it show you where everything is like the GPS antenna, rear camera, flash, S Pen, etc., but it also shows you the specs and some of the other software.

Some of the new features and apps include Air Command, Scrapbook, S Finder, Pen Window, Air View Option, Direct Pen Input, My Magazine, Sketchbook for Galaxy, Bloomberg+, Evernote, One-hand Operation, Color matching between S View Cover and Window, reactivation lock and more. And as always, Samsung explains each and every thing. So that if you feel overwhelmed with all the Galaxy Note 3 features on the device, you can always check out this Consumer Consultant Guide and see what you're missing. Although most people get the device for the big screen and great battery life, a lot of others get it for the S Pen and note taking features.

But if you don't want to read through the Consumer Consultant Guide, you can always go ahead and check out our site, as we always cover the crap out of the Galaxy Note series, and this year will be no different. So how many of you are picking up a Galaxy Note 3 this week or next week? What's your favorite feature of the Galaxy Note 3 so far? So far my favorite feature is the Air Command, that thing looks sweet, and also very familiar. Hmmm.  Be sure to let us know in the comments down below.

Download: Consumer Consultant Guide

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