- 27 May 2014
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We recently took a peek at the Coque Samsung Galaxy S3, the latest smartphone made by the firm and compared it with their most popular Galaxy S2. As many would have called the S3 came out on top in many sections. This may not come as an excellent surprise as the cellphone is one year younger than its stable mate and thus features technology that wasn't accessible at the time of release of the S2. This time we believed we'd see how the version compares with another sib version, the considerably more recent Galaxy Note. We take a look to see how display technology and layout compare on both of these devices.
The essential attribute with the Samsung Galaxy Note is the big screen it boasts and it's pleasing to see that Samsung have equipped this display with some really notable specification. At 5.3 inches it's the greatest smartphone screen now accessible. Actually the display is so big that a lot of people reference the version to be a hybrid between a mobile phone and a tablet pc apparatus. In terms of quality the screen can show an extremely remarkable resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. When we break this down into a pixel density the version offers an extremely practical 285PPI that's greater than many smaller screened premium devices which are accessible. The Coque Samsung Galaxy S3 uses a somewhat smaller 4.8 inch screen but this display offers a quite similar resolution to the Galaxy Note of 1280 x 720. What this means is that the pixel density with this new version is somewhat higher at 306PPI. If we blow off the amounts and really look at how both displays perform there's hardly any to choose between the two. Colour reproduction is outstanding and both apparatus provide strong dark tones thanks for their use of Super AMOLED display technology.