The 13-megapixel camera gives all the shutterbugs a reason to rejoice.
The Note 3 captures clean, sharp images, offering various features similar to the Samsung S4.
The camera can capture video at up to 4-K ultra HD, which at 3840x2160, has four times the number of pixels as Full HD. The camera's user interface is simple and interactive.
It offers added features like Eraser Mode (to remove unwanted items from your photo) and Drama Shot (which brings together consecutive shots to give your image a vector-like sensation) spice up the experience.
The camera, however, struggles to find focus in poor lighting, but is still better than the latest smartphone cameras. The digital image stabilisation performs well and the sensor is capable enough to capture footage and stills which are rich in detail.
Colour saturation is robust with healthy contrast and dynamic ranges.
Though comparisons with the likes of the Nokia Lumia 1020 or Samsung Galaxy S4 might seem outrageous, it certainly does a good job for a phone that is not all and only about the camera.
Image: A model promotes the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear (smartwatch) during the Milan Fashion Week.