The choice for phones and tablets you have these days are eye watering. Just about every electronics company has a phone or tablet that they have released. Back in the day it used to be LG for washing machines and Samsung for video recorders. Here is a comparison of two phones that were created by electronics company giants Samsung and LG.

The operating system and extra features

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is an Android based phone that uses Android 4.3 and has a TouchWiz interface. It has 4G LTE and has GPS navigation, DLAN, HD Playback, Graphics accelerator, Infrared Blaster and a memory card slot. The LG G Flex is also an Android phone that runs on Android 4.2. The LG G Flex also has 4G LTE and has HD playback, GPS navigation and a graphics accelerator.

The screen size and display

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a 5.7 inch super AMOLED screen. Of current phones it is the 17th biggest screen before moving into tablet sizes. The pixel density is 386 PPI so it is 66% sharper than middle ground phones. It has 1920 x 1080 pixels and you can connect it to an external display if you use a HDMI adaptor. It has an ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, multitouch, and additional display support. The LG G Flex has a six inch screen which puts it at the top of the Smartphone list for size. It has an LED screen with a pixel density of 245 PPI. It has 1280 x 720 pixels which means it is still sharper than most phones. It has a proximity sensor, ambient light sensor and Multi touch.

The battery on the phones

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 allows you to talk for 25 hours. That is quite a long time and is over seven hours longer than most phones. If you leave it on standby it will sit for 528 hours. It has a battery that is 3200 mAh Li Lon, which is quite a lot for a phone and is a good size for a tablet. The LG G Flex has a 3500 mAh battery which is massive for a Smartphone and much bigger than most. It allows you to talk for 15 hours, but will allow the phone to sit on standby for a whopping 720 hours.

The dimensions of the phone

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has the dimensions 151.13mm x 79.25mm x 8.38mm. This means that it is a reasonable size but is still 27% thinner than most phones. It weighs in at 168 grams which is heavy for a Smartphone, but most of the weight comes from the larger battery. The LG G Flex has the dimensions 160.5mm x 81.6mm x 7.9mm which is a reasonable size for a phone and makes it 31% thinner than the average phone. It is 177 grams which is heavy for a phone, but it does have a very large battery which is bound to add on a little weight.

The vital statistics

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a CPU speed of 2.3 GHZ. It has four CPU cores and 3072 MB of RAM. It has the quad core (3G) Exynos 5 Octa 5420 Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (LTE) core processor, and at 2.3 GHZ it is running faster than most phones. The amount of RAM is very large for a phone, which gives better running performance. The graphics processor is an Adreno 330.

The LG G Flex has a CPU speed of 2.26 GHZ. It has four CPU cores and has 2048 MB of RAM. It has the quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974 core processor. At 2.26 GHZ it runs very fast for a Smartphone, and the 2048 MB of RAM gives it a good running performance. It has the 4x Qualcomm Krait 400 Harvard Superscalar processor core and runs on the Adreno 330 graphics processor.

The camera on the phones

The rear camera on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a 13 mega pixel camera which can take 4K video. The front camera is a 2.1 mega pixel camera. It has Rear Facing Camera, Digital Image Stabilization, Digital Zoom, LED Flash, Sound & Shot, Front Facing Camera, Panorama, Slow-Mo, Autofocus, Dual Camera Record, and Burst Mode.

The rear camera on the LG G Flex is a 13 mega pixel camera, and the front camera is a 2.1 mega pixel camera. The camera captures 1080p which is just below 4K. It has an LED flash, low light capture, Macro, night shooting, and 9-point focus.

In conclusion

They both have some very good features where one beats out the other hands down in one department to be beaten out again in the other. They are both around the same price and so choosing between the two may be quite difficult.

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