Samsung originally released the Galaxy Note 3 in the UK in two color options – white and black, while the pink version is yet to arrive on the shelves. The United Kingdom could be the first country to get the pink Note 3.
With 5.7-inch Note 3 may not be Samsung’s largest smartphone, since the distinction has gone to the Galaxy Mega 6.3, but more feminine users would find the gargantuan display rather intimidating. But the pink chassis would make the Note 3 looks more appealing to them, although the company doesn’t make any change to the user interface.
Prepaid Galaxy Note 3 in the UK is available at a rather steep price, at £600, including VAT. It comes with 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM, Adreno 330 GPU and support of LTE/HSPA+ data connectivity.
The Note 3 cements its premium credentials with its 13Mp rear-facing camera, which can record 1080p videos at 60fps and ultraHD (2160p) videos at 30fps. The 2Mp front-facing camera may record 720p videos at 30fps only. It arrived with the reasonably newer Android 4.3 operating system and users could expect to get the Android 4.4 update within months.