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I got M8 and don't mind the camera, I'm not a big picture taker. There are some strange effects due to the dual cameras.

It was going to be the M8 for me if the camera was good. I really don't care for Samsung's overlay they put on top of android.
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I agree about the camera, mind you I upgraded from the GS3 so even the 4mp camera is an improvement biggrin.gif

The GS3 had an 8 MP camera and it was better in my opinion. I compaired the 2 in the store and the GS3 had better pics. The M8 has a lot of cool stuff you can do with the dual camera though.
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My wife went from an s3 to a Note 3.. We can see a fast improvement in the camera atleast in our eyes.

My wife says you made a great choice as she has found the Note 3 far superior to her S3 (Which she still has)...

With all the extra features she is discovering on her Note 3 she is spending more time playing with her phone than being with me. Maybe she will leave me for a phone! lachen.gif



Well, This just turned into a HELP thread. I was not thinking and just put the memory card into the note 3. None of the pics or anything are showing up from my GS3. When I click properties the card is showing that there is over 8 gigs of data on the card, which would account for all of my pics and stuff, but I cannot see any of them. My music is all there. I put the card into my pc and choose show hidden files, just in case, and that did nothing.

Any ideas?????

Update: Figured it out. It was google+ and all its glory. Garbage.....
Edited by selluminis - 4/13/14 at 10:12am
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Keep the Sim Card. Especially if they have to activate the phone they will need a new sim card anyways. It should only cost them $10 bucks to get a new one which isn't that expensive
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Keep the Sim Card. Especially if they have to activate the phone they will need a new sim card anyways. It should only cost them $10 bucks to get a new one which isn't that expensive

Verizon and AT&T give free sim cards and T-Mobile charges $10. Not sure about Sprint.

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