The Samsung Galaxy Note series of phones has have become very popular over the years thanks to its ability to combine the functionality of a tablet into a small phone. The second and third generations of these Samsung mobile phones have proven to be very popular and helpful but it's a good idea to compare these two generations with each other in order to get a better idea of what's going on with these phones.
The first point to note about the two phones is their sizes. The third version of the Galaxy Note is half an inch shorter and one quarter of an inch slimmer than the second one. Also, the third version is two ounces lighter. Therefore, different Samsung phone cases might as well be used for each of these two different versions of the phone. The fact that these two phones have the same resolution levels is particularly interesting to note. However, there is a 13 megapixel camera lens on the third edition, a number that is about twice as much as what was used in the second version. Even the smaller third edition still has something that is larger in terms of its power.
The screen features that come with these phones are worth observing as well. The screen on the Samsung Note 2 is made with a traditional LCD screen. This is a very durable screen that is well-coated and will not scratch. The third Samsung Note phone will use an OLED display instead. This is a style of an LED display where an organic compound will create lights as it emits energy from the device. This is used to make it easier for the phone to display different images without any confusion over what is appearing on a screen. It should make for an effective tool when displaying items and will particularly work well alongside the physical dimensions of the phone.
The Samsung Note 3 has Flash support, a feature that is not easily accessible on its predecessor without having to get a separate download ready for it. This means that going to different websites is a little easier on the newer edition. Both models are still capable of simulating Java functions so the websites that do have some Java features will be a little easier to operate with and will not be too problematic. Overall, the functionality of the phone should not be much of an issue when it has the right software or the hardware that can maintain something.
The first point for comparison between these Samsung mobile phones is the way how the phones will have different controls on their touch screens. While the traditional touchs creen system on the second phone has been a very popular feature that works very well, the Touch Wiz user interface for the third phone will be very interesting and advantageous for anyone. It uses a more refined approach and is more accurate than an earlier edition. It even has a panning and tilt system that adds to the controls that may be added to the many applications that the device can use.