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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 prices in Malaysia

If you love phones, you’ll love Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Samsung’s elite line of smartphones, the Galaxy series is proud to bring you the loveable Samsung Note 3. Many may consider the Note 3 to be a little outdated, but fear not, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is worth every penny. Read more here.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Price by Country
Indonesia IDR 750,000
Malaysia MYR 945
Philippines PHP 17,500
Thailand THB 14,960
Vietnam VND 3,390,000

About Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Malaysia

Samsung Galaxy and the Note 3

From the history of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the Samsung Note 3 was forged to become its predecessor. The design of the Samsung Note 3 is based on its older counterpart with similar dimensions. Buttons and external features are exactly where you want them to be. With a 5-inch screen and a removable back cover, the Note 3 is lightweight and easy to access. The Samsung Note 3 is the perfect phone for work. Featuring a stylus hidden in the casing, you have the option of using it as a pen to jot down notes, pencil to sketch and much, much more! The most obvious improvement from is the display. Samsung brought their SuperAMOLED tech display with a resolution of 1080p on the 5.7 inch screen, making this one of the best displays on a smartphone. Colours are vivid and text is incredibly sharp. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 specs make it irresistible while the pricing is now unbeatable.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – A bit of yesterday with a touch of tomorrow

For its class, the Samsung Note 3 is one of the fastest devices in the market. It has the Quad-core Krait 400 processor at 2.3 GHz with 3GB RAM. Hardware is one plus point as Samsung Note 3 speakers are loud enough for you to play clear media. A bunch of new sensors include the IR Blaster to control a host of electronic devices such as TV, set top boxes and players. Barometers and temperature gauge displays the temperature of your environment while a RGB light sensor helps to adjust the colour and white balance of the screen based on its detection of light. It even features an infrared sensor for all hand-to-air gestures so you don’t have to touch the screen to unlock or operate the Samsung S3. This really helps when your hands are wet or dirty. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Samsung Power-saving mode and GPS capabilities all come standard and there is even a compass added in case you lose your bearing. Samsung’s much loved camera app also comes standard in the Samsung S3 with added Burst-shot, animated GIFs, HDR and Panorama. You can also use the front and back camera together to get a view of your surroundings.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-01-26
Android 4.3, Gorgeous display and touch sensitivity, Fantastic multitasking and processing performance, Great call quality with three noise cancellation microphones, Decent build quality (can we use the term ‘unapologetically plastic'?), Practical builtin...Gimmicks such as Air Gestures still exists with no improvements, Screen may be too big for some, Unable to export SNote and Scrapbook content into Office file format, 4K video recording takes up storage easily, Mediocre loudspeaker quality on music playba...
When Samsung announced the first Galaxy Note, it WOWed the world with its 5 inch display and the reuse of a stylus, during that time, everyone was skeptical about it like the first generation iPhone. Even Apple mocked at Samsung for releasing such an unpr...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-28
A rather nice build quality, Topoftheline hardware, One of the better smartphone cameras, S Pen and some TouchWiz features are actually quite practical, Great battery lifeInconsistent material; white version doesn't have a soft back, 3GB RAM may be a bit of an overkill; a way to charge you more, 4K video recording may be a bit of an overkill; a way to charge you more, Ironically, some of its most annoying performance issue...
Samsung's entry into the plus-size smartphones came at a perfect time; its dominance in the mobile industry just started to pick up during Galaxy S II's period in 2011. The 5-inch Dell Streak (an acceptable display size today) was a pioneer as it was rele...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-18
This is a review of a loaned device from Samsung Malaysia*It's been almost 3 months since I attended the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear Malaysian launch in September 2013. Whoa… It really didn't feel that long ago, because in that short amount of ...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-05
Performance, Battery life, Useful S Pen apps, CameraWeak speaker, Plasticky build
When Samsung released the first GALAXY Note in 2011, it was the catalyst that brought about the phablet trend and also consumer demands for smartphones with displays larger than four-inches. Three years down the road, we now have the third iteration of th...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-01
Back in 2011, when smartphones were relatively small, comfortable one-handed devices, Korean giants Samsung introduced a smartphone unlike any other that was available in the market: it was obtrusively large, and it had an integrated stylus – something no...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-01
Powerful innards gobble up Android, Your eyes will appreciate the big screen, S Pen is finally very usefulStill too big for constant onehanded use
Simply fabulous fashion news: the tacky, slippery, almost oiled-up plastic that's hampered the sex appeal of Samsung's past Galaxy handsets is no more. Sort of. It turns out the back of the Note 3 is still plastic, but it's disguised to look like leather,...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-04
As the latest and greatest phablet in the Samsung Galaxy Note series, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 offers a better Snapdragon 800 processor, GPU, larger screen and slightly bigger 3200 mAh battery. How does the battery life fare compared to the earlier Samsu...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-02
While Malaysia only has the one Snapdragon 800 powered Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phablet, Samsung actually came out with two versions. One was powered by the 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset and processor while the other is running the 1.9GHz Samsung E...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-01
Walaupun suasana hangat dengan iOS7, iPhone 5s dan 5c, Samsung juga turut menggegar dunia mobiliti dengan kehadiran Galaxy Note 3. Tontoni video terbaru kami untuk ulasan lanjut.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aTlUApHgFc&feature=youtu.be...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-30
Classleading performance, Smooth TouchWiz UX, Long battery life, Useful S Pen features, Vibrant displayChrome edges don't instill confidence, Onehanded operation can be difficult for some, Some gimmicky software features, MicroUSB 3.0 connector is unwieldy
The first eight months of 2013 saw the introduction of more 'phablets' by ASUS, Huawei, LG, and Sony, such as the 6.1-inch Huawei Ascend Mate at CES 2013, the 5.5-inch LG Optimus G Pro at MWC 2013, the 6.44-inch Sony Xperia Z Ultra at Mobile Asia Expo, an...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-26
It wasn't too long ago when smartphones with large displays were considered impractical simply because of its size. Riding on their success of Galaxy stable of smartphones, Samsung decided to unleash a 5.3inch monster upon the world, and lo, the Galaxy N...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-26
As the phablet series that started it all, the Samsung Galaxy Note series of smartphones is probably best known for it's ability to take notes and provide a bigger screen. However, there are now many smartphones or phablets with much bigger screens than t...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-26
Samsung GALAXY Note 3 smartphone and GALAXY Gear smartwatch has been launched in Malaysia on September 20, 2013. I was invited to the launch event and had the opportunity to experience the products. Read on for the GALAXY Note 3 features and hands-on revi...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-25
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 LTE has finally been offered by 4 of the major telcos in Malaysia. Retailing at an RRP of RM2399, each of these telcos in Malaysia is offering the LTE-enabled 32GB version. It is also available at lower prices in our sister site ...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-20
Apa yang dapat kami katakan, ia mempunyai dua ciri baru yang menarik iaitu kuasa pemproses dan sambungannya kepada jam tangan pintar, Galaxy Gear.Ciri lain seperti skrin dan sedikit saiz yang dibesarkan masih kelihatan sama seperti Note 2 manakala berat 1...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-17
With the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 , it appears that the dual-SIM version or Samsung Galaxy Note 3 DUOS is in line for release as a device with similar naming conventions made it's appearance on the AnTuTu benchmark site. Using the model n...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-06
Currently one of the most powerful phablets to be introduced recently, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 offers up what could be easily considered the best tech specs for any smartphone around. This includes a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and chipset...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-05
Hindsight is always 20/20. Remember when Samsung unveiled the original GALAXY Note in IFA 2011, many (maybe even us) questioned the need for a giant-sized smartphone. Not only did it look comical when you held it your ear, it was also not the most portabl...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-23
The AnTuTu Benchmarks are quickly becoming one of the places to go to for the latest appearances of as yet unannounced smartphones. This time around it is the Samsung Galaxy Note III which makes an appearance and what an appearance it is. Delivering a bla...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Fantastic display, Lightning fast processor and performance, Excellent battery life, Great multitasking, Good cameraSkeumorphic physical design will not be to everyone's tastes
But with all that said, one category where Samsung never lost its way was its phablet devices, the Galaxy Note range. Indeed, you could argue (though some might disagree), that Samsung practically invented the phabletWhatever you may think of Samsung and...
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Processor frequency

2.3 GHz

Processor cores



Display diagonal

14.5 cm (5.7")

Display resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels



Orientation sensor


Display type


Display number of colours

16.78 million colours

Touch technology


Ports & interfaces

USB port


USB connector type

Micro-USB B

USB version

3.0 (3.1 Gen 1)

Headphone connectivity

3.5 mm

MHL version


Weight & dimensions


168 g


79.2 mm


8.3 mm


151.2 mm


SIM card capability

Single SIM







SIM card type


2G standards


3G standards


4G standard


Wi-Fi standards

802.11a, 802.11ac, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n



Bluetooth version


Bluetooth profiles


2G bands (primary SIM)

850,900,1800,1900 MHz

3G bands supported

850,900,1900,2100 MHz

4G bands supported

800,850,900,1800,2100,2600 MHz

Near Field Communication (NFC)



Internal RAM

3 GB

Internal storage capacity

32 GB

Compatible memory cards

MicroSD (TransFlash)

Maximum memory card size

64 GB


Position location


Assisted GPS (A-GPS)


GPS (satellite)







Operating system installed


Operating system version

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean


Rear camera resolution (numeric)

13 MP

Auto focus


Built-in flash


Front camera


Front camera resolution (numeric)

2 MP

Video recording


Maximum frame rate

60 fps

Flash type



Battery capacity

3200 mAh

Talk time (2G)

21 h

Standby time (2G)

420 h

Standby time (4G)

320 h

Browsing time (Wi-Fi)

13 h

Browsing time (3G)

11 h

Browsing time (4G)

11 h

Continuous audio playback time

84 h

Continuous video playback time

13 h


Form factor


Colour of product



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