Samsung announces 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 Video
Samsung announces 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 Video Transcript
-Ladies and gentlemen, here it is, the Galaxy Note 3. -Okay. So I think it's fair to say now you've got our attention. So tell us more. -I sum it up this way. Grab this device and it will grab you back. -Blimey. Thank you very much. -Seriously. -Okay. -It's a real notebook and we spent a lot of time in getting the grip just right. We developed the Note 3 with the care of an artisan and gave you the bigger display than previous generations, but we did not increase the weight at all. -For starters it's certainly a different color. I have not seen this before. The material, the leather on the back, the finish is different. Yes. It's a whole new different aesthetic. -It is definitely. It delivers a premium look and feel so it's this soft and textured back cover and fine stitching. -Yes. I mean the screen is interesting. It's not bezel-less but the display, the bezel on the display is certainly minimal, and this serration on the side along with the leather gives a kind of notebook feel. -Right. -Like a diary. -Right.
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