The larger Galaxy Note II holds more juice than the GS4
All plastic here
The Galaxy S4's camera has more pixels, but don't underestimate the Note's terrific camera
Both versions of the Galaxy S4 should outperform the Note's Exynos chip, but all should be plenty fast for everyday use
Yep, the Galaxy Note II is huge
The Note 2 gives you more real estate, but the GS4 gives you more pixels
Gizmag compares the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 2
Infrared blaster, or S Pen?
RAM is all tied up
The Galaxy S4 ships with a newer version of Android - and some new TouchWiz features
Storage options are identical
The Note is (unsurprisingly) heavier, but - considering their sizes - both should feel plenty light
Both ship in LTE and HSPA+ models
During the last two years, smartphones have ballooned to gigantic proportions. The most obvious example is Samsung’s “phablet,” the Galaxy Note. But even the company’s standard high-end phone, the Galaxy S4, dwarfs phones from yesteryear. Torn between big and really big? Read on, as we compare Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note II.
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