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Samsung announced the latest version of its largest smartphone at IFA yesterday, and the Galaxy Note 3 is sure to be popular amongst both those that want to carry a mini-tablet around 24/7 and anyone who tends to turn into a big green superhero when they’re mad. If you happen to fit snugly into either of those categories, then the chances are you’re already we clued up on what the third generation of Galaxy Note can offer you, but if you’re on the fence then you’ll be on the lookout for all the information you can get.

Luckily, finding information on the Galaxy Note 3 and all that it entails isn’t exactly difficult. Even if you didn’t catch the live stream or our coverage of Samsung’s big unveiling at IFA yesterday, then you can watch a 6-minute video that Samsung released today with the aim of getting its message across. That message, it seems, is that the Note can handle just about anything you throw at it.

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Initially kicking off in an Apple-esque fashion, the video shows the Galaxy Note 3 in all its glory, running through the vital statistics and doing its best to show off the more striking aspects of the design. Chief amongst those is that 5.7-inch display, and with good reason. If displays are your bag, then they don’t get much larger than this without losing the ability to make phone calls.

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Once the specifications are out of the way though, Samsung sets about showing some situations in which the Galaxy Note 3 can prove to be invaluable, at least in the eyes of its maker. Taking notes on the go using the new and improved S Pen is predictably something that Samsung is trying to hype, just as it did with the previous two generations of the Note. We’re not huge fans of writing on a smartphone, but to each their own.

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The video is well worth a watch even if you have just  a passing interest in Samsung’s latest effort, and if you’re even remotely interested in buying one then we’d argue it’s a must-see.

And oh, while you’re at it, the Galaxy Gear smartwatch which was unveiled by Samsung alongside the Galaxy Note 3 is also worth checking out.

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