Magazine article Strategic Finance

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Magazine article Strategic Finance

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

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The original Galaxy Note wasn't supposed to create the reaction it did. Many reviewers chuckled at its oversized frame and claimed that no one would be comfortable raising a tablet-sized phone to their ear to make or take a call. Yet, at the end of September, one week before the debut of the newest Galaxy Note 3, Samsung announced that the Galaxy Note family had sold more than 40 million units worldwide, thanks to the Note 2. So much for the "experts" in the blogosphere. The Note 3 isn't only one of the largest smartphones, but it's also acknowledged by many as the most powerful smartphone. It has a bigger screen than the Note 2, now a whopping 5.95" x 3.10" x 0.33", and weighs about 6 oz. Another change involves the improved feel and grip of the back, which is now covered with a leather-like plastic surface with fake stitching around the edges. …

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