Samsung have established themselves as one of the leading mobile phone manufactures and are currently offering two superb devices with their Galaxy Note and Galaxy S3. Lets take a look at why these handsets are doing so well and compare their design and screen technology.
The Samsung Galaxy Note has the largest mobile screen available which has amazing specification. The screen measures in at 5.3 inches making this handset more of a tablet and mobile phone hybrid. The size of the screen does not mean that the quality is compromised and it offers a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, one of the highest currently available on the market. The quality of this screen is much higher than a number of smaller screened mobile devices on the market offering 285PPI pixel density. The Samsung Galaxy S3 also has an impressive screen at 4.8 inches with a resolution that isn’t far off the Galaxy Note at 1280 x 720 which makes the pixel density slightly higher at 306PPI. Both devices user Super AMOLED screens which has a really positive effect on image quality and also allows both models to boast superb viewing angles. Both of these models are superb and to make a choice between them would be difficult. Although the Galaxy S3 edges out its sister model in terms of specification the large screen on the Note has a wow factor that no other model can offer in this area.
Samsung are renowned for producing high quality phones that boast a stylish design and these two models are no exception. The new Samsung Galaxy Note is best described as an enlarged version of the popular Galaxy S2 model. This means that the handset boasts a very angular design with minimal curves. We feel that this design actually suits the larger handset much better than the more curved designs that many models offer. Despite its size the Galaxy Note feels very comfortable when in use and this is partly thanks to the textured back panel which feels great and also helps the model to resist marks. The Galaxy S3 sports a much more generic design which is not as instantly eye catching as the Note. The model features more curves than many of Samsung’s other phones but it still looks great, especially in the Blue and White colour versions that are available. The Note also has a white colour variant that will appeal to a younger audience bored of the traditional black handset colour.
These two phones are not only at the top of the Samsung range but they are also two of the best phone available anywhere. Great image quality is produced from both screen but we do prefer the futuristic and angular design offered by the Samsung Galaxy Note.