Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Galaxy Note 2 – Should We Go With The Successor of Note 2?

Many new smartphones will be released this summer, and if you have a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and want to get the Galaxy Note 3, this is a great time to save some money.

Verizon is currently selling Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for only $199, with a 2 year contract, which is $100 cheaper than the usual price.

If you own a Samsung Galaxy 2 and you are in doubt in purchasing Samsung Galaxy 3, we assure you that it’s worth it.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes with a sharper screen than its predecessor. Even if both smartphones use a Super AMOLED display, Note 3 has a resolution of 1080×1920 pixels and 386ppi. Thanks to new processor, Note 3 comes with a 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon, and 3GB of RAM and the user interface feels smoother than Note 2’s. That makes Note 3 ideal for multitasking with the new Multi Window feature, letting you handle easily multiple applications at once.

The Note 3 comes with a 13 MB primary camera with autofocus, which will make clearer pictures than the old 8 MB camera that Note 2 has.

Galaxy Note 3 comes with a new Air Command window, which makes you access the useful features easier. Air command has applications such as Screen Write, Pen Windows, Scrapbooker. It also contains a new application called “Action Memo”, where you can write something using your pen, and after that you have the option to “call” in case you wrote a number, or “add to contact list” when you wrote a name and number, or even search for an address using Google Maps, and more.

Both of the new features are exclusive for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 edition tablet. Even after upgrading your Galaxy Note 2 with the latest Android, you won’t find these features in it.

Galaxy Note 3 comes with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system, but it can be upgraded to Android 4.4 KitKat, which will bring even more improvements in multitasking performance and screen responsiveness.


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