Vlog: Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3, Phablets & what to buy
When I was out walking in my beautiful hometown Nyköping in Sweden, I talked about the Samsung Galaxy S IV, the coming Note 3, phablets is the future, and the perfect combination with the best device I’ve ever bought: the 11-inch MacBook Air.
I’ve decided to not buy the Galaxy S4 because their is no huge difference to the Galaxy S3 4G that I have now. The S3 is 4.8-inch and the S4 is 5-inch, the GS3 has 720p resolution, and the GS4 has 1080p. That is the biggest differences.
The GS3 4G that I have already have a Quad-core processor and 2GB RAM memory. That is fast enough for me.
So I will wait for the Galaxy Note 3. If it’s not having a 6.3-inch screen, and only has a 5.9-inch screen that I have made a video about before. I think 6.3-inch is a bit too big.
A new GamePad accessory from Samsung fits devices between 4-inch and 6.3-inch though. Is that proof that the Note 3 will have a 6.3-inch display as some rumors says?
I hope not, and that the 5.9-inch rumor is true instead.
Phablets is the future because you only need to have one device. There is no need to have both a phone and a tablet. Just one device that fits your pockets easily.
And a phablet is the perfect combination with my 11-inch MacBook Air.
I don’t get it why not many understands me when I am saying that I use my 11-inch MacBook Air as an iPad. The only difference is that it has a keyboard at the bottom instead of a touch screen. And that is actually a HUGE plus.
Maybe I need to make a video on how I use it like an iPad to make you understand?
I hope you liked listening to what I had to say, while watching my beautiful hometown in this vlog :)
My name is Stefan Svartling. I am 45 years old & lives in Sweden. I like Gadgets & Tech. Testing apps & gadgets is something I really like :) You can contact me if you want me to test your products. I often make a video and post it on YouTube too!
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