After going through the comparison of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with the upcoming and not yet released Note 4, you can take a decision about whether it is really worth waiting for the release of the Note 4.
Design and Display
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a reasonably good-looking tablet, whereas the Note 4 will sport a new design, which has been confirmed by Mr. Yoon Han-kil, who is the senior vice president of Samsung. The new Note 4 is also expected to have dust resistance and water resistance features and it will also have certifications and will surely be lighter and slimmer than the Note3. The Graphene technology might make it possible for implementing a bent phone for the Note 4, but the size of the display screen will most probably remain the same and might be between 5-inches and 5.5 inches. However, the clarity wills surely be better with a higher pixel density as well.
Camera and Storage
The Note 4 is sure to have better camera specifications compared to the Note 3. It will be better than the S5, which is by itself a remarkable improvement on the Note 3. The Note 3 comes in both the 32GB version and the 64GB version, along with an SD card that offers expandability up to a maximum of 64 GB.
It is really common sense to assume that the hardware specs of the new Note 4 will surely out-perform the Note 3, as Samsung has never gone back in its hardware features with the flagship models. Though there might not be any huge leaps in the technology, the Note 4 will surely feature a RAM capacity of 4 GB and will also have a processor with a tweaked version of 801 Snapdragon, a quad core CPU.
The battery on the Note 3 is a good one, but the phone is very power hungry due to the larger screen size. The Note 3 comes with a 3200-mAh battery of Li ion, but it has a huge screen and high pixilation that impacts the battery negatively. Yet, the battery life is one of the positive aspects of the Note 3 and you can easily get about 24 hours with one charge while using it for web browsing, music, social media and a bit of video watching thrown in as well.
The Note 4 needs to come up with extraordinary battery capacities if it wants to blow away the competition. However, the news is that there is surely going to be an upgrade on the battery specs, though it is not known exactly what the figures are likely to be.
The Note 3 from Samsung Galaxy is an excellent device, but if you can afford to hang around for some more time, you can postpone your purchase and wait till October or September 2014, as the Note 4 is most likely to be released at this time of the year. With the Black Friday coming up in the following month, you might get a really good deal on the new Note 4 as well. You can buy the Note 3 for about $300 to $400, whereas the Note 4 is also expected to come around the same price range.
Also, once the Note 4 hits the stores, it is likely that there will be a reduction in the prices of the Note 3 as well, so it is not too smart to make a purchase of the Note 3 now. The Note 4 is expected to be an improved version of the Note 3 in all aspects and it is also expected to beat the S5 in many of the features and specs, with a new type of display being one of the most attractive aspects.
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