Geometry… Technology… and Karva Chauth… they are seemingly away from each other but actually complement each other. The truth is that when traditional flavours converge with mathematically clinical technology the output is magical. The magic, in this incidence, is the Galaxy Note3.

Yes, the karva chauth app is an android app, but when you use an android app in the Galaxy Note3, you realise how much these factors matter: excellence in hardware, a large screen, and top class processing power. Combine these with the wand in Note3, that is, the S-pen and you have the right recipe for magic.

Mind you, this isn’t just any street magic… this is a magic that involves wonderful elves like the pen-window, the screen write, the S-finder, the scrap booker, and the action memo! These famous five actually helped my wife transform karva chauth into a memorable experience.

Let me tell you how… the large (5.7inch) full HD Super AMOLED display gave the moon an ethereal appearance and Specky, my wife simply loved watching it through the app sieve. She continued to look at the moon and the slim (8.3mm) and light (168g) hardware design did not result in any wrist cramps… this was supposed to be a joke, but seriously, holding this big screen phone is actually a pleasure. She also knew that the powerful and longer lasting (3,200mAh) battery would mean that the phone would remain active despite such prolonged viewing! The device has a powerful 13 megapixel rear camera with Smart Stabilization and the results were so stunning that she decided to take lots of screen shots and then used the screen writer to jot down small on-the-spot thoughts that would someday be the stepping stones to recollecting every moment of this day in 2013. I did see her filling up the scrap book too and then whatsapping a couple of these wonderful photo-doodles to me!

So now tell me… who says that geometry, technology, and karva chauth can’t walk hand-in-hand?


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Arvind Passey
28 October 2013