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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (White) SIM Free £374.99 @ Expansys (£6.25 Quidco)
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (White) SIM Free £374.99 @ Expansys (£6.25 Quidco)

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (White) SIM Free £374.99 @ Expansys (£6.25 Quidco)

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Price drop at last on the king of the phablets, the original and best. Under £370 if the Quidco pays out. One of my colleagues has ordered these from Expansys and was very happy.

Powerful 2.3 GHz quad-core CPU and 3GB of RAM

Innovative S Pen technology with Air Command

Stunning 5.7" Super AMOLED display

Samsung GALAXY Note 3 comes with a wider (5.7inch) full HD Super AMOLED display, yet slimmer (8.3mm) and lighter (168g) hardware design, and more powerful and longer lasting (3,200mAh) battery.

Also, equipped with a 13 megapixel rear camera with Smart Stabilization and high CRI LED flash, Samsung GALAXY Note 3 enables users to crisply capture every visual story in their lives, even in low light and active situations.

Samsung GALAXY Note 3 offers the latest LTE technologies – CAT4 Carrier Aggregation. Incorporating the industry's largest 3GB RAM, the GALAXY Note 3 also provides faster and more powerful performance.

•System: Android 4.4
•Processor: 2.3 GHz / Quad Core / Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800
•Memory: Internal: 32 GB / RAM: 3 GB / Slot type: microSD / Max. slot capacity: 64 GB
•Display: 5.7" / Super AMOLED / Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels / 386 ppi
•Camera: 13 Mpixels / BSI Sensor, Auto Focus with Smart Stabilization, Zero Shutter Lag / Flash: LED / Video: 1080p full HD / Front: 2 Mpixels
•Network: 4G: LTE / 3G: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz / GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
•microSIM
•Wireless: Bluetooth: 4.0 / Wifi: IEEE 802.11 a/ac/b/g/n / IrDA, MHL, NFC
•Connection: Jack 3.5 mm / microUSB v3.0
•GPS: GPS/AGPS + GLONASS
•Sensors: Accelerometer, Barometer, Geo-manetic, Gesture, Gyroscope, Proximity sensor, RGB
•S Pen
•Battery: 3200 mAh
•Weight: 168 g
•Dimensions: 151.2 x 79.2 x 8.3 mm

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Had my Note 3 for six months now and have to say it's the best smartphone I've ever owned ( I change every year and I'm gullible for the latest greatest ) . I may even keep a hold of it depending of course on the Note 4 release in the Autumn . Once you get used to the big screen it's hard to go back ...even after listening to all the tired Dom Jolly lines from 'gobsmacked' on lookers . When people say "My god look at the size of your phone ! " , I reply " It's to compensate for my small c0ck "

mardavrio

Had my Note 3 for six months now and have to say it's the best smartphone … Had my Note 3 for six months now and have to say it's the best smartphone I've ever owned ( I change every year and I'm gullible for the latest greatest ) . I may even keep a hold of it depending of course on the Note 4 release in the Autumn . Once you get used to the big screen it's hard to go back ...even after listening to all the tired Dom Jolly lines from 'gobsmacked' on lookers . When people say "My god look at the size of your phone ! " , I reply " It's to compensate for my small c0ck "



so do you buy it outright amd stick your own sim in

im looking at getting the note 3

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ashmac

so do you buy it outright amd stick your own sim in im looking at getting … so do you buy it outright amd stick your own sim in im looking at getting the note 3



Depends on circumstances. If you can afford the SIM free price I would say it is generally a better idea as then you don't end up tied to a contract. Depends on your usage too. I would go for this + £12.90 SIMO from Three (200 mins, unlimited texts, unlimited data) but you might be a more minutes/less data person.

mynameisthehulk

Depends on circumstances. If you can afford the SIM free price I would … Depends on circumstances. If you can afford the SIM free price I would say it is generally a better idea as then you don't end up tied to a contract. Depends on your usage too. I would go for this + £12.90 SIMO from Three (200 mins, unlimited texts, unlimited data) but you might be a more minutes/less data person.



im in contract now and having nightmare with the network reception im with talk mobile who use voda my bars constantly drop off and say no network I got 11 months left im tempted to buy it out and start again its so annoying getting online is a chore just loads forever

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ashmac

im in contract now and having nightmare with the network reception im … im in contract now and having nightmare with the network reception im with talk mobile who use voda my bars constantly drop off and say no network I got 11 months left im tempted to buy it out and start again its so annoying getting online is a chore just loads forever



Yeah I always vote cold on MVNO deals as you are always going to end up taking low priority in comparison to the host network. The problem here is that people confuse cheap with value.

Is this the N9005 and is this brand new? Haven't purchased from Expansys before so not sure as their website doesn't mention either.
Edited by: "B777" 9th Jul 2014

mynameisthehulk

Depends on circumstances. If you can afford the SIM free price I would … Depends on circumstances. If you can afford the SIM free price I would say it is generally a better idea as then you don't end up tied to a contract. Depends on your usage too. I would go for this + £12.90 SIMO from Three (200 mins, unlimited texts, unlimited data) but you might be a more minutes/less data person.



I'm on this in preparation for getting a new phone and I would also point out that it is a monthly contract so you can quit at any time and only have to give a months notice.

I was originally going to get the LG G3 but couldn't get over the fact that the note 4 well probably do what it does but better.

if the note 4 fails to impress come October then I'll be getting one of these as by that time the price will be a lot better.

B777

Is this the N9005 and is this brand new? Haven't purchased from Expansys … Is this the N9005 and is this brand new? Haven't purchased from Expansys before so not sure as their website doesn't mention either.

From the tech spec's they have put up it seems to be the N9005, best just to email and ask, for me not to sure if to go for the deal or wait till the note 4.

lonegunman01

From the tech spec's they have put up it seems to be the N9005, best … From the tech spec's they have put up it seems to be the N9005, best just to email and ask, for me not to sure if to go for the deal or wait till the note 4.



Same here, i just come to the end of my contract and switched to a sim only plan with voda. To buy note 3 now or wait to see what the note 4 has to offer (altho i'd wait till early nx year to buy it after a price drop)

the price is 414.99
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