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Samsung Galaxy Note 3

I've got a Nexus 4 at the moment, but I'm seriously thinking about picking a Note 3 up. Anyone on here got one? Tips/Thoughts/Tricks?

Everything in the spec list is telling me yes... (it can film in 4k?!)

Would anyone disagree? (ignore the form-factor change, difference in usage scenario etc)

Cheers chaps, always good to hear your lot's experiences :P

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Old 21-11-13, 02:06 PM
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It can film in 4K? How much space would that take up though? I'm guessing along with everything else you'd need a good SD Card?
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Old 21-11-13, 02:09 PM
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yeah according to this

Well an SD card can be bought, that's not an issue, it was the intention anyway.

I've been looking at : Sandisk Ultra

And : Sandisk Extreme

Quite a difference in price.... Anyone shed any light on as to why? lol They're both Class 10 ?
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Old 21-11-13, 02:12 PM
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yeah according to this

Well an SD card can be bought, that's not an issue, it was the intention anyway.

I've been looking at : Sandisk Ultra

And : Sandisk Extreme

Quite a difference in price.... Anyone shed any light on as to why? lol They're both Class 10 ?
Hmm it is quite a difference in price, I recall them releasing 'the worlds fastest' SD recently but I couldn't tell you if it was that one you've posted.
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yeah according to this

Well an SD card can be bought, that's not an issue, it was the intention anyway.

I've been looking at : Sandisk Ultra

And : Sandisk Extreme

Quite a difference in price.... Anyone shed any light on as to why? lol They're both Class 10 ?
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Secure digital memory cards from SanDisk are split into two distinct product families: the two product lines ultra and extreme. The Ultra product moniker is used to market the Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) product. The Extreme product line features memory cards that are compliant with the Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) standard. The two SD memory product types are built in accordance with two disparate standards.
Source and more info: http://www.ehow.com/about_6122859_di...#ixzz2lI0Kq2E7
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Old 21-11-13, 02:14 PM
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Here you mate, think this was it. Worlds fastest. http://hexus.net/tech/news/storage/5...nched-sandisk/
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Old 21-11-13, 02:17 PM
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Thanks for that, however.. that Extreme card says SDXC ? not SDHC ? either way I'll get the Extreme one. might as well get the fastest one I can afford lol

Also that site looks like it's got confused... And now so am I

First thing I read said SDXC was fastest and was backwards compatible with SDXC and SDHC and SD.

SDXC is 64GB+
SDHC is upto 32GB

Now that one you've linked is the other way around?

The hexus site seems on-topic linking to the Extreme one, with 80MB/s transfer speeds...

I am confuse!!
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I checked the Sandisk website, apparently the 64GB version of the Ultra is SDXC, the rest is SDHC. All of the Extreme ones are "SDHC/SDXC". The Extreme ones do list the r/w speed as up to 80/50MBs while the Ultras only do 30 MBs.

http://www.sandisk.com/products/memory-cards/microsd/
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yeah, going with the extreme 64 i think

Cheers. so.. back to the phablet? Thoughts?
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Note 3 is a beast, ive read all the reviews and seen all the videos and yes its a beast!

BUT!!! only thing that bugs me, now i dont know if anyone else has noticed this, but with touchwiz its quite laggy with transitions that would annoy the hell out of me, i would personally root and custom rom it, but then it makes s-pen redundant!

Its a monstrous phone, just get it and dont look back
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