Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo Shipping Europe for 520 Euros

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Germany becomes the first Country to ship Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo in Europe. Earlier we have discussed about the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo and now it’s heading to Europe. If you are in Germany you can have your hands on the new Galaxy Note 3 Neo phablet for just €520. The phablet flaunts 5.5-inch display and 4G LTE connectivity. Other details on it specs-sheet and availability are discussed ahead.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo Shipping Europe

The February launched Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo smartphone is already shipping to Europe. Though the phablet is quoted for 579 Euros but Amazon Germany is selling the handset for 520 Euros.

Coming to the specifications, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo runs on Android v4.3 Jelly bean OS and powered by Quad-core Exynos processor chip paired with Mali-T624 GPU. The phablet flaunts 5.5-inch AMOLED display boasting a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. Memory-wise, the Note 3 Neo boards 2 GB RAM, 16GB inbuilt memory that can be expanded up to 64GB via microSD card support.

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Galaxy Note 3 Neo sports 8 MP rear snapper with LED flash and Autofocus for photography and video recording. The phablet equips 2MP front facing camera for video chats and selfies. In terms of connectivity, the smartphone support 3G/4G LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth v4.0, GPS/A-GPS, microUSB, etc. The device packs a Li-Ion 3100 mAh battery. Sensors included are Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo is headed to Europe and folks in Germany are lucky enough to have their hands on. Amazon has priced the phablet for 520 Euros. It is also speculated that the smartphone will ship in other European countries soon after its launch in Germany.

No words on its availability in Asian Countries yet. We will update this space on further updates, until then keep reading www.techcular.com

Priyanka

Priyanka contributes to the Computer and Gadgets section on Techcular.

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