Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 2

There is no doubt that people will think about how much better the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be than the current model. It is very difficult to answer now since the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is on the way. Currently, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is one of the hottest mobile phone in the Android Smartphone and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is expected to be the best option for the people who like large screen. Certainly, it doesn’t mean the Galaxy Note 2 will be replaced. Then let’s check what the users can expect from the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Release Date

Rumors indicate the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 release date as happening in the month of September, probably during IFA, the same trade display that has offered as the launching pad for both original Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2 releases. And although the dates of IFA will probably be landing in September this year, Samsung is said to be launching the Galaxy Note 3 in earlier September which is right about the time it released the Galaxy Note 2.

We hope the same with the Galaxy Note 3 with launches in the United States coming in late October and most likely, early November. We could certainly notice Verizon push its Galaxy Note 2 release back to late November again as well.

Resolution Display

Although the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 provided some differences from the original Galaxy Note, one place where Samsung didn’t make a main leap was in the quality of the display screen.

The unique featured a 5.3-inch display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio, and a 284.8 pixel-per-inch count. The Galaxy Note 2 sports a 5.5-inch display screen with 1280 x 720 pixel resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio and a 265 pixel-per-inch count. Both are great, but there simply wasn’t a large jump in quality.

With the Galaxy Note 3, rumors show that Samsung will be making that big jump with the Galaxy Note 3 and offer you a huge 1080p resolution display screen, measuring around 6-inches, having a pixel-per-inch count that is well over 300.

This is most likely, thinking about the market, thinking about the display screen technology that is obviously in the possession of Samsung and many others. For example, we just noticed LG announce the LG Optimus G Pro having a 5.5-inch 1080p display.


The Galaxy Note 3 may borrow seriously from the Galaxy S4. As we noticed with the jump from the Samsung Galaxy S3 to the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung understands that it can keep a related but tweaked design as long as it equips the gadget with some big time hardware. We expect much like happen with the transition from the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Yes, there are gossips of three possible Galaxy Note 3 prototypes right now with the company said to have a design with a flexible display screen, a design that mirrors the Galaxy S4 and one that offers something totally different. Although we can’t state for sure what it will pick, the most reasonable choice, according to the Galaxy S4, is that it will decide to employ a design that resembles a bigger Galaxy S4 with some minor tweaks. Flexible display screen or not.

The Galaxy S4 design and style, although plastic, still resonates with consumers as it allows for expanding storage and it enables them to get rid of the back plate to gain access to the battery for things such as wireless charging and extended batteries. HTC One and iPhone 5 owners don’t have that kind of access, and the battery particularly, is a frustration.

Wireless Charging

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has brought in a new era for Galaxy products as Samsung lastly has delivered on its wireless charging offers that first emerged with the Galaxy S3. The Galaxy S4 can benefit from a new wireless charging kit that Samsung will launch in the coming weeks which will permit users to charge it without wires making use of the Qi standard.

It might be very strange to notice Samsung leave the Galaxy Note 3, an similarly important gadget, out of the wireless charging picture. Having the Galaxy Note 2 sporting a small design, it may never get support. Rely on this being an area where the Galaxy Note 3 beats the Galaxy Note 2.


Samsung is a large proponent of putting its own application on board its gadgets, to the point where Android is almost no more recognizable. Samsung didn’t even boast about the Galaxy S4 featuring Android 4.2, something that most companies would have done. Rather, it centered on all of the smart functions it has on board.

Many of the Galaxy S4′s smart application functions will probably be on the Galaxy Note 3 in the beginning, just like the Galaxy Note 2 featured most of the Galaxy S3′s functions. The Galaxy Note 3 will even likely have some unique functions of its own including updated or new applications for its S Pen stylus. These are a few of the biggest draws of the Galaxy Note 2 and the Galaxy Note series generally so Samsung might be smart to maintain adding and enhancing.

Battery Life

No matter what the processor that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 ends up with, it need to help to improve the battery life that is on board the phablet. The Galaxy Note 2 was regarded for its good battery life, because of a massive battery. The Galaxy Note 3, due to its bigger display, should have a huge stock battery on board as well.

And having a processor like the Exynos 5 Octa or Snapdragon 800, whose job is to keep a good balance of power, we might see some remarkable battery life emerge on the Galaxy Note 3, even much better than that found on the Galaxy Note 2.