Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 3

In the space of less than two years, Samsung’s Galaxy Note line has gone from a tenuous upstart to arguably the true flagship device the company offers (sorry, Galaxy S4). Its mix of a large vibrant display and pen input has always been its calling card, and with the Note 3, those two standout features have gone through some incremental improvements. The phone is also a step up in design (though not a big step) and offers a pretty solid experience on a number of levels, making it one of the most appealing Android handsets available.