Experience The Galaxy Note 3 On Any Android Device With This App

Experience The Galaxy Note 3 On Any Android Device With This App

There are so many Android devices out there that it’s easy to get confused as to which device to buy, and which devices to stay away from. If you ever thought to purchase Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3, but were waffling if you should get it or not, then here’s an app for that.

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Samsung has developed an app called Galaxy Note 3 Experience, which is available for free in the Play Store. This interactive app lets you experience some of the features of the Galaxy Note 3 in your existing Android device, however, you should be running on Android 4.1. Also, the app doesn’t support tablets.

The app allows you to test out the Note 3’s features like S-Pen, Air command, multi-window, S Finder and more. A hands-on video is also included and you can learn about what accessory options are available with the Note 3. You can also learn about Galaxy Gear, Samsung’s smartwatch offering through this app.

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The app is a good choice for those who want to get a taste of the Galaxy Note 3 right from their existing device. It won’t imitate that exact experience, but at least there’s something that Samsung offers to clear doubts from potential buyers.

Samsung says that the recommended requirements for this app to run are 1920×1080 resolution, Android 4.1 and 1.4GHz CPU. Even though many Android users won’t have this resolution, it shouldn’t stop you from trying out this app. So go ahead, and experience the Note 3 on your device with this app!

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