Samsung Galaxy Note 3 & Gear: all there is to know

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 & Gear: all there is to know
It's been a crazy few days, with the excitement and hype leading up to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3's unveiling refusing to plateau at all. With that in mind, and looking at the somewhat hectic month we've had, we're unsure whether we're suffering a bad case of the mood swings – are we really glad that the wait for the Note 3 is finally over? A talk for another day, perhaps, for regardless of our celestial musings, it's the firmly-grounded, cold hard facts that you're seeking coming here. And we'll provide.

Speaking of facts, it seems appropriate that we also mention their arch-nemesis – rumors. A quick glance at our admittedly extensive collection of Samsung Galaxy Note 3-related leaks over the months serves as a reminder for even the most conservative of us: the street has stepped up its game significantly – Sammy hardly surprised us at all.

Here are the main points to take home

Our affair with unconfirmed intel aside, find below the most essential information on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

How does the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 stack up?

A privileged Samsung offspring or not, we'll be putting the Galaxy Note 3 to the test for a long time to come. Curious to see how it stacks up against the competition? Then head right below!

Missed the show?

Late for the party, are we? No worries, you can check our live coverage of the Samsung Unpacked 2013 Episode 2 (ain't that a mouthful) or see the full one hour presentation below.

Samsung Galaxy Gear, Galaxy Note 3's companion smartwatch:

Seeing as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 came with a dedicated (for now) companion smartwatch, it felt right we should include the essentials on the Galaxy Gear and cherry-pick some extra content that will prove relevant if you're looking to dive into the wearables market.

Last updated: 18/09/2013

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