The Galaxy Note 2's battery is superior to the iPhone 5's
Gigantic plastic, or compact aluminum?
Both cameras take great shots
The Note II has more raw power, but both provide plenty of zip in their respective operating systems
That's quite a difference
The Note II is most definitely a phablet; the iPhone 5 most definitely isn't
Gizmag compares the specs and features of the Galaxy Note 2 and iPhone 5
At most retailers, the phones will cost about the same
The Note 2 has double the iPhone's 1 GB of RAM
The Note 2 runs an old version of Android, but its TouchWiz software provides some amazing stylus integration
Internal storage options are even, while the Note supports microSD cards
The iPhone 5 is much lighter, but it's also much smaller
Every iPhone 5 will support LTE (if your carrier provides it), but only some versions of the Note 2 support LTE
Samsung’s Galaxy S line has sold in bunches, and proved that a non-Apple phone can take the smartphone world by storm. But one of the company’s biggest game-changers is the Galaxy Note. Its super-sized screen and innovative S Pen present a stark contrast to the iPhone’s barely-changed-since-2007 simplicity. Let’s revisit two of the hottest – and most radically different – smartphones on the market, as we compare the specs and features of the Galaxy Note 2 and iPhone 5.
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