Samsung’s flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 3, now comes in a fetching pastel pink edition, presumably aimed at smartphone-fanciers who want something that stands out a bit in a sea of gun-metal grey and black handsets.
Exclusive to Phones4U’s 700-odd bricks and mortar outlets throughout November, the handset will be free from £47 per month on 4G tariffs. The retailer is also throwing in a free wireless speaker.
The latest edition of the handset that arguably did more than any other to bring phablets to the mainstream, the Note 3’s spec sheet takes in a larger 5.7-inch, eyeball-stroking AMOLED HD display and 2.3Ghz quad-core processor.
The Note line’s trademark S-Pen stylus is also onboard. Only this time it’s much smarter and is front and centre for multi-tasking and whathaveyou.
You can now, for instance, draw a circle around a phone number you’ve scrawled down and the handset will ring it. Or you can draw extra windows for when you’re running multiple apps simultaneously.
4G LTE connectivity and a longer-life 3,200mAh battery are on board too, as is a 13-megapixel camera with 4K video recording.