A lens on the outer side ties into the Gear and launches not with a button press, but with gestures.
Here's the thing, you still have to position your wrist to snap that pic, right?
It's great that sharing is built in.
Apps are specifically designed for Gear
It has a 1.63-inch Super AMOLED display
Gear supports a couple dozen apps by the looks of things, and download through a Gear app store all its own.
The battery lasts for over 25 hours before needing a charge
An 800MHz custom CPU does the work.
The Galaxy S4 will support Gear with an upgrade, and an October release gets Galaxy S3 and Note II on the Gear timeline as well.
"Galaxy Gear is a design statement, an engineering marvel." Pranav Mistry.
Now back on the Note 3: 1080p videos can be shot at 60fps. You may be able to take 4K videos, depending on the model
Supports UHQA - Ultra High Quality audio. Also 3GB of RAM
You get 4 more hours video playback time compared to the previous Note
The 4K video is huge...literally. It'll be interesting to see how that actually works. The 3GB RAM is helpful.
Samsung Knox is pre-loaded on the Notes.
I wish they'd go into more detail with 4K, and which model they mean. I'm assuming the 64GB version.
US and Japan get the Note 3 in October, the rest of the world this month
Samsung is spending more time selling Knox than 4K compatibility. They're really pushing BYOD.
By the way, anywhere that supports LTE will get the quad-core Note 3. The octa-core model is 3G-only.
Remember, we have the full range of photos, video, and hands-on impressions for all three devices at the links above!
Right now we've just got the summary video here. Carriers will follow up with pricing, which I expect will be in the $250 or $300 range on contract.
We just saw the TV commercial for the Note. Now onto the galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition
In the US, the Note 3 comes to T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular. You'll see it elsewhere through other carriers too.
We're hearing how the Note 10.1 is designed to look similar to the Note 3