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Samsung unveils Note 3 for Rs. 49,900 in India

Samsung today announced the launch of its Note 3 smartphone priced at Rs. 49,900 for Indian markets.

Coming as the most expensive and high-end phone from the Korean mobile maker, Note 3 would have advanced S Pen which will not only enable user to make note on phone but also give

access to various applications.

Weighing 168 gms, the Android-based 3 would have a 5.7 inch screen and 13 Megapixel camera.

The phone, which will be available in black, white and pink, has 3200 MAH battery which would give a back up of about 24 hrs.

Samsung will also bring into India its first wearable water resistant computing device Galaxy Gear for Rs. 22,990.

Samsung will make available both Note 3 and Gear in 100 stores in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore from Tuesday and consumers in the rest of the country can buy the products from Sept 25.

Customers would have the option to buy the Note 3 in monthly instalments spread over a year.

Country Head, Mobile & IT, Samsung India, Vineet Taneja with Director, Samsung Mobiles, Manu Sharma unveiling the Samsung Galaxy Note III and Galaxy Gear phones during a press conference in New Delhi. Photo: PTI/Kamal Singh

“The Galaxy Note 3 represents the whole new evolution of the Galaxy Note experience. We have not increased width of the screen, but have increased the size of display,” Samsung Country Head (Mobile & IT) Vineet Taneja said.

Note 3 would be available in 3G version in India.

The Gear would be compatible with most of the  Samsung Galaxy devises and the 10.1 tablet which the company would launch in October, Samsung Mobile Director Manu Sharma said.

Samsung will make available both Note 3 and Gear in 100 stores in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore from today.

Note 3 would have improved version of ‘Find My Mobile’ feature which will allow user to disable the phone when it is stolen or lost.

The KNOX would allow users to remotely track or erase the data from their lost or stolen Note 3 phone, Taneja said.

“Festival season is round the corner. So we will have buyback schemes for across portfolio.” he said.


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