Finally, Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Note 3, with a massive 5.7 inch screen and lots of other features packed in it. Well, I think it was worth the wait since Samsung wanted to make sure it does a better job, thanks to the inspiration from the Note 2.  Well, as expected, the Note 3 is a monster of its own kind when it comes to processing speed and generally its performance.

According to CNET, the Note 3 packs with it a quad core processor, a whooping and jaw dropping 3 GigaBytes of RAM, a big and enormous 3200mAh battery and a 13 megapixel camera! Samsung has again included the Note’s venerable S-Pen stylus as well, saying “significant improvements” have been made this time around. An “Action Memo” feature lets you handwrite a person’s phone number and title on a virtual post-it note-style pad, which is then saved to your contacts, for instance. There’s also a digital scrapbooking feature that lets you circle parts of webpages for later viewing, complete with links back to the original sites.

Other features that are inspired by the Note 2 have not been forgotten, though Samsung insists that they have been improved. As usual, it comes with a 1080p screen, meaning, playing full HD videos is no problem and thanks to the larger screen size, the Note 3 is the ultimate media center on the move.