Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Vs Galaxy Note 4

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will definitely be an upgraded version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The Galaxy note 3 is a stylish, well designed tablet; however the Galaxy Note 4 will have a new design. This was confirmed by the senior vice president of Samsung Mr. Yoon Han-Kil. The Note 4 will definitely be thinner than its younger version. It is also expected to have water and dust resistance features.

Design

As it relates to the Galaxy Note 4 display, it might remain the same as the Note 3 between five and five point five inches, but it will surely be sporting a higher clarity and pixel density along with a more bendable or flexible display. The pixel range is expected to be around 2,500 by 1440 (2Kdisplay).Currently the pixel strength on the Galaxy Note 3 is 386 ppi while the upcoming Note 4 is expected to be more than 500 ppi.

Hardware, Software and Internal Memory

It is more than certain that the specifications on the Galaxy Note 4 will out run that of the Galaxy Note 3 as Samsung continues to make improvements on their hardware. The Note 4 will most likely have a RAM capacity of about 4GB as compared to the 3GB on the Note 3. The Note 4 will also feature a 805 Snapdragon quad core processor clocked at 2.5GHz. It is also expected to have a 64- bit processor with a super internal memory of 128GB. The Note 3 is currently available in both 32GB and 64GB internal memory which can be further extended to an additional 64GB with the use of a micro SD card. The Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be running on Android 4.4.3 Kit Kat or Android 5 Lollipop, since the Note 3 is running on Android 4.3 Jelly bean which is upgradeable to 4.4.3 Kit Kat.

Pricing

Once the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 drops on the market, the price of the Galaxy Note 3 will go down just like previous devices in the Galaxy range.

Battery

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a very powerful battery; however this device uses a lot of energy due to its large screen size and pixilation. Roughly around 24 hours the Note 3 battery last with one full charge. This supports social media, music, web browsing, phone calls and even face time on the 3200-mAH battery of Li ion.
It is obvious that the Note 4 will have a far more powerful battery.

Camera

The Camera on the Galaxy Note 4 will definitely be better that the one on the Note 3. It will also be better than the Samsung Galaxy S5 camera. There is the possibility that the Note 4 will be showing off a 20.7MP rear camera with 5K video recording, ISOCELL sensor, led flash, geo tagging, face detection and F2.2 31mm lens along with a 5MP front facing camera for video chatting. Also look out for 4K recording capabilities like the LG G3. The camera on the Galaxy Note 3 is similar to that of the Galaxy Note 4 but the Galaxy Note 3 has a 13MP rear camera and a 2MP front facing camera.

Miscellaneous

Currently the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is available in black, pink, red, white and gold but its rival the Note 4 is expected to be here in black, white, red and even green. It will be featuring the finger print scanner which can be used to unlock the device or to authorize online payment through Pay Pal unlike the Galaxy Note 3.

Users can also look out for ‘Swipe‘, in the powerful phablet. This is very similar to that of the HTC One M8, which enables users to input swipe to unlock the device. This feature is currently not supported on the Galaxy Note 3.

If the features mentioned above are not enough- Samsung is expected to blow tech lovers mind with the introduction of ‘Aqua Capture‘, allowing photos and videos to be taken under water. Unfortunately ‘Aqua Capture’ is not featured on the Galaxy Note 3.This is definitely going to be amazing.

There are also talks about ‘Multi Network For Booster‘ being flaunted on the Galaxy Note 4, this feature will use both LTE and Wi-Fi to gain temporary speed boost.

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