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Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 2



Last week, Samsung finally took the shroud off of its long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S4, a device that had been swirling around in the rumor mill since the latter half of 2012. And while the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be replacing the Galaxy S3 as the company’s flagship, it’s still going to be facing in-house competition, not only from the Galaxy S3, which will likely drop in price, but also from Samsung’s other flagship smartphone model, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

Read: Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3.

After months and months of rumors, leaks, and speculation, Samsung finally debuted the Samsung Galaxy S4, the device it will be using to replace the Samsung Galaxy S3, its flagship smartphone from 2012. The Galaxy S4, thanks to the Galaxy S3, will have some massive shoes to fill when it debuts in the weeks ahead.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 represents Samsung’s most popular smartphone to date, selling over 40 million units around the world, and propelling Samsung to the top of a long list of Android manufacturers vying for the top position. In fact, the Galaxy S3 and its furious marketing campaign helped to push the Galaxy S series into the upper echelons in terms of visibility amongst consumers with the device arguably on the same level as Apple’s iPhone.

This success obviously put the pressure on Samsung to deliver with a high-quality smartphone in the Galaxy S4, and from the looks of things, it looks like it may have done just that. Of course, despite the attractiveness of the Galaxy S4, it’s going to be facing stiff competition from the likes of the HTC One, Sony Xperia Z and the iPhone 5.

Further, it’s going to have to deal with some in-house competition from Samsung. One such device is the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung’s current large-screen smartphone that has been on shelves since late last year.

Read: What the Samsung Galaxy S4 Reveals About the Galaxy Note 3.

Like the Galaxy S4, the Galaxy Note 2 is an attractive option for those upgrading or signing on for a new contract and it certainly has to be mentioned and listed as a Galaxy S4 competitor. So just how do they match up? We’ve taken several past looks at how they match up against each other but now it’s time to take a final look now that the Galaxy S4 is official.

Here now is how the Samsung Galaxy S4 stacks up versus the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, in terms of release date, hardware, software and more.

Release Date

The Galaxy S4 release date is due at the end of April. But it may not hit the U.S. until later.

The Galaxy S4 release date is due at the end of April. But it may not hit the U.S. until later.

While Samsung chose to announce the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the United States, the first time that it has announced a Galaxy S smartphone in the U.S., it failed to deliver any kind of a U.S. release date for the device, instead opting to offer a broad roll out window for the Galaxy S4 and the many carriers that will be getting it.

Samsung announced that the Galaxy S4 will be rolling out to a number of carriers and retailers starting in late April and thus far, retailers and carriers in the United Kingdom have confirmed April 25th and April 26th as release dates for the Galaxy S4 there.

However, the Galaxy S4 U.S. release date remains unclear with rumors suggesting that the device could be heading to shelves in May or June, after the phone’s initial launch.

American carriers typically release their devices long after other regions, something that happened with the release of the Galaxy Note 2 which didn’t debut in the U.S. until October and November, several weeks after its initial debut.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2, unlike the Galaxy S4, is alive and well on shelves and it’s widely available through all carriers except for T-Mobile which has been experiencing stock issues, at least online.


As expected, the Samsung Galaxy S4 design closely mirrors the designs of past Galaxy phones including the Samsung Galaxy S3’s and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2’s.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with a similar polycarbonate plastic design as the Galaxy Note 2 but as we experienced at the launch event in New York City, the back of the device feels a lot less like plastic than the back of the Galaxy Note 2.

Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Galaxy note 2 vs. Galaxy S3 vs. iPhone 5 vs. Nexus 4

Samsung Galaxy S4 vs Galaxy note 2 vs. Galaxy S3 vs. iPhone 5 vs. Nexus 4.

Like all Galaxy plastic designs, the Galaxy S4 form factor also feels extremely durable and shouldn’t crack on the ground if it’s dropped from a reasonable distance. Helping matter is the fact that the display is made out of Gorilla Glass 3, technology that we saw at CES and which is three times more resistant to scratches than Gorilla Glass 2, the material found on front of the Galaxy Note 2.

Specifically, the Galaxy S4 measures in at 7.9mm thin which is thinner than most phones on the market, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. It also weighs a reasonable 130 grams which is far lighter than the massive Galaxy Note 2.

The Galaxy Note 2 is massive, here it is next to the iPad mini and iPhone 5.

The Galaxy Note 2 is massive, here it is next to the iPad mini and iPhone 5.

Massive is a great word to describe the overall footprint of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Due to its massive display, the Galaxy Note 2 is a monstrosity of a smartphone checking in with a weight of 180 grams that is both 9.4mm thick and much larger than the overall design of the Galaxy S4 which didn’t grow much from the Galaxy S3, despite the change in display size.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 closely mirrors the design of the Galaxy S3 which means that it’s similar to the Galaxy S4 in that it sports curves, but it doesn’t feature the metallic looking band that stretches around the Galaxy S4.


With the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung upped the size of the Galaxy S display to a size much closer to the Galaxy Note 2’s. While the Galaxy S3 boasted a smaller 4.8-inch display, the Galaxy S4 utilizes a 5-inch display which is just a tad shy of the original Galaxy Note’s 5.3-inch display and much closer to the display size of the Galaxy Note 2.

What’s more is that Samsung has also upped the screen resolution with the Galaxy S4, offering 1080 full HD resolution with its Super AMOLED HD display for the very first time. Along with the high 441 pixel-per-inch count, the Galaxy S4 has the most stunning display ever seen on a Samsung smartphone, something that will translate into fantastic looking content.

The Galaxy S4 sports a smaller display with higher resolution.

The Galaxy S4 sports a smaller display with higher resolution.

Samsung also added a sensor on the Galaxy S4 that allows for touch less gesture support. This means is that owners are able to use the display without physically touching it.

One of the features is called Air Gesture, and this will allow owners to change a music track, browse the web or accept a call simply by waving their hand. This feature is not found on the Galaxy Note 2 and may never arrive for it.

Maybe the most striking thing about the Galaxy Note 2 is the size of its display which measures in at a massive 5.5-inches of Super AMOLED HD goodness. That means that it’s much bigger than most smartphones on the market including the Galaxy S4’s 5-inch display.

The Galaxy Note 2 has a massive 5.5-inch 720p display.

The Galaxy Note 2 has a massive 5.5-inch 720p display.

The Galaxy Note 2 display simply cannot compare to the Galaxy S4’s in terms of resolution though. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 rocks last year’s display technology, sporting 1280 x 720 HD resolution with 267 pixels per inch (ppi). While that means good looking video, images and text, they are going to look much better when shown on the Galaxy S4.


Finally, Samsung has progressed from 8MP camera sensors into the realm of 13MP with the Galaxy S4 camera.

Early reports suggest that the Galaxy S4 camera is much improved over the Galaxy S3, which likely means the Galaxy Note 2 as well, as far as photography, video and low-lighting shots are concerned. The latter of the three really was a problem on the Galaxy S3 and more often than not on the Galaxy Note 2 as well so this is a significant upgrade.

The Galaxy Note 2 can take decent photos and also decent video but we expect the Galaxy S4 and its new sensor to outperform the Galaxy Note 2’s aging camera sensor.

The Galaxy S4 sports a 13MP camera.

The Galaxy S4 sports a 13MP camera.

Samsung, as expected, also upgraded its fantastic array of software options for the camera. Two of the main additions include features called Sound & Shot and Dual Camera.

Sound & Shot allows owners to record small snippets of sound to attach to a photograph. This could be handy, for instance, when signing Happy Birthday during a child’s first birthday celebration. Instead of just having the photo, users can add a bit of sound in order to make the memory feel more alive.

The Galaxy Note 2 sports a lesser 8MP camera sensor.

The Galaxy Note 2 sports a lesser 8MP camera sensor.

Another feature is called Dual Camera which uses both the front and rear camera to put the Galaxy S4 user in the photo. Users can then choose from a variety of effects to help better blend in with the photo.

These features will more than likely come to the Galaxy Note 2 later on this year though as we’ve said, the powerful sensor will likely ensure a better photography experience with the Galaxy S4.


Beyond the design, display and the camera, both the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Galaxy S4 come with some high-end features that help to power both devices. Here, we take a look at the similarities and differences of those.

First, the Galaxy S4.

  • 5-inch Full-HD 1080p Super AMOLED HD Display
  • 1.9GHz Snapdragon 600 Quad-Core Processor/Exynos 5 Octa Processor
  • 16/32/64GB of Storage
  • 13MP Camera
  • 2,600 mAh (Removable)
  • 2 GB RAM

And the Galaxy Note 2.

  • 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD display with 1280×720 resolution
  • 1.6GHz Quad-core Exynos Processor
  • 16GB Storage (microSD Card Slot)
  • 8MP Camera/1.9MP Front-Facing
  • 3,100mAh Battery (Removable)
  • 2GB of RAM
  • S-Pen
  • NFC

The first thing to notice is the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 utitlizes a unique, egonomic S Pen stylus that comes bundled in with the device. While it allows users to write and draw on the display, it also has a number of unique apps that users can take advantage of. The Galaxy S4, does not come with such a stylus.

Second, both devices rock quad-core processors. However, the Galaxy S4 is equipped with more recent generation ships in the Exynos 5 Octa quad-core octo processor and the Qualcomm 600. These chips will likely deliver better performance while offering enhanced battery life to Galaxy S4 owners.

The Galaxy S4 features wireless charging. The Galaxy Note 2 does not.

The Galaxy S4 features wireless charging. The Galaxy Note 2 does not.

However, third, the Galaxy Note 2 features a much bigger stock battery and like the Galaxy S4, it too has a removable back so that users can pop in an extended battery for more power. The Galaxy S4 also has a massive battery but it’s unclear if it can offer the same type of battery life as the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, even with the new processor.

Fourth, both devices offer NFC chips which means that they will be able to take advantage of mobile payment services. And finally, fifth, the Galaxy S4 is coming with compatibility for Qi wireless charging standard which means that users will be able to use Samsung’s wireless charging accessory to charge the phone without wires. It will need a special back to work, but that’s better than having no wireless charging at all, which is what the Galaxy Note 2 has.


Both the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Samsung Galaxy S4 will feature powerful hardware with similarities and differences intertwined between both devices.

Starting with the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung will fortunately be outfitting it with the latest software from Google in the form of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. That means that the device should be coming with all of the latest features from Android including enhanced Photo Sphere, Quick Settings, lock screen widgets and more.

However, as we’ve learned, Samsung Galaxy devices are generally dominated not by Google features, but by Samsung’s own software features and the Galaxy S4 is no different.

Samsung has packed a number of new features into the Galaxy S4’s TouchWiz software, many of which will come in addition to features that are already found on the Galaxy Note 2 like Multi-Window View, a feature that allows users to split the display in two to run two separate apps.

Two of the new Galaxy S4 software features include Smart Scroll and Smart Pause. Smart Scroll allows users to use their eyes to scroll a web page while Smart Pause pauses content on the device when users look away.

Additionally, the device features an IR port that lets user control their home entertainment system without an extra remote. Samsung calls the feature Samsung WatchON and it serves to transform the phone into a universal remote. It also comes with a feature called S Voice Drive which is an in-car version of S Voice and S Translator and which can automatically translate between a number of languages.

Swiftkey, of keyboard fame, has also confirmed that has enhanced the Galaxy S4’s keyboard with its technology, something that could make it better than the stock Android keyboard.

The Galaxy Note 2 of course is not without its big name features either. As we mentioned, the Galaxy Note 2 comes with Multi-Window View on board, something that is perfect for the device’s massive display. But where the Galaxy Note 2 truly shines is with the software for its unique S Pen stylus.

One app is called S-Note which is on board for easy note taking. In fact, S Note opens up automatically when the S Pen is taken out of its on board holster. Another S Pen feature, Air View, allows users to simply use the pen to hover over calendar events and emails to get a preview before opening them. This is similar to the Galaxy S4’s Air View that allows users to do the same thing with their finger.

Finally it also comes with a feature called Easy Clip which allows users to crop photos simply by using the stylus.

We expect Samsung to tack on many of the Galaxy S4’s software features though some of those software features, like WatchON and the touch less gestures, will need an IR sensor to operate which means they won’t be coming. However, the camera features will likely be coming to the Galaxy Note 2 at some point, as will Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.


Like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the Galaxy S4 is going to be coming to an assortment of carriers and work in conjunction with their high-speed 4G LTE networks.

Both the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2 arrived on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Verizon. T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 2 was not available on the carriers 4G LTE network at first but a recent software update has enabled those speeds which means users will be able to access high-speed data where it’s available.

The Galaxy S4 will be coming to many of the same carriers.

The Galaxy S4 will be coming to many of the same carriers.

The T-Mobile model will also be able to utilize a faster secondary network, called HSPA+ 42, which is considerably faster than the back up networks of its rivals.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is in a similar boat as the Galaxy Note 2. Which is a good boat to be in. The Galaxy S4 will launch on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Verizon and be available on T-Mobile’s LTE network from the get go.

It’ll also be available on pre-paid carriers like Ting and Cricket Wireless, though we expect those release dates to come much later.


The Galaxy S4 will likely sport familiar pricing.

The Galaxy S4 will likely sport familiar pricing.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 still does not have rumored on-contract pricing for any of the carriers involved but it does have some pricing as far as off-contract is concerned.

Gotta Be Mobile uncovered what appears to be off-contract pricing listed in a contest for the device. Samsung lists the full price of the device at $650 which falls in line with the unlocked pricing of the iPhone 5.

As for on-contract pricing, it should start at $199.99 across the board, just like it did with the Galaxy S3, except at T-Mobile which likely won’t have any sort of on-contract pricing available as it shifts to off-contract plans.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is likely going to be more expensive than the Galaxy S4, at least through carriers themselves. Most of them offer the Galaxy Note 2 for $299.99 on-contract. T-Mobile is currently the exception as it offers it for $199.99 on-contract. That’s a deal though and typically the price is $370.

That doesn’t mean that the device can’t be found for cheap. On the contrary, the Galaxy Note 2 is indeed cheap through third party retailers like Amazon that host it for far below its pricing through carriers.



  1. jayme

    03/21/2013 at 4:52 pm

    I have the galaxy note 2 and I will eait for the s5

  2. glory

    03/21/2013 at 5:15 pm

    Not going to get any Galaxy until they revamp the body-style. Current look is getting old.

    • Granville Ormerod

      03/22/2013 at 1:24 am

      Yeah, that will show Samsung one buyer will not buy beacause he is unhappy with the way it looks…..not all Ferraris look great but they all perform!!!

  3. Alex Vincent

    03/21/2013 at 5:27 pm

    Normally a VS ends with some kind of winner declared. Since you didn’t provide allow me.

    GALAXY S4!

    Although not by a huge margin as someone looking to upgrade my S3 it makes perfect since, although I might consider the Note III if it’s announced before I can afford the S4. Hear that WishPlz ( ) it’s a race between your discount notification and the Note III’s launch party!

  4. Crystal

    03/21/2013 at 9:30 pm

    I have the note 2 and will be looking forward to these new hardware features like the camera sensor and ir transmitter in the Note 3. I love the S Pen!

  5. erin

    03/22/2013 at 4:38 am


    03/22/2013 at 4:56 am

    When is the rumored release day for the note 3 ?

  7. smallville

    03/22/2013 at 5:06 am

    the note 2 does not have NFC.

    • jmastera

      03/22/2013 at 6:48 am

      Not sure where you heard that, but the Note II most certainly does3s have NFC. I own the AT&T variant ( i317), and use it almost daily.

      The Note II does not however have built in wireless charging. Some variants do have the correct pin outs that will support wireless charging adapters. The i317 has the pins and they are enabled. I picked up a charging adapters from China and it works, not great but still pretty cool.

  8. tomx

    03/22/2013 at 10:13 am

    i have used Note 2, i don’t think S4 IS better.

  9. Craig Boylstein

    03/22/2013 at 4:15 pm

    I have note 2. Very pleased. Make it a little thinner, buy a chicken dinner and u got a winner.

  10. amit kumar

    03/23/2013 at 1:39 am

    They are very slick and fantastic device. Honest I have belief in your review both device may make Samsung galaxy the best in the market. I checked full features this website as well.

  11. Robert

    03/23/2013 at 3:05 am

    I have a Apple product and can’t wait to upgrade to S 4

  12. amanda

    03/25/2013 at 11:31 am

    I LOVE SAMSUNG!!! I PHONES S*CK! My latest that i own is the note 2.. apple please.. Every where I go i see your products and you have nothing on this phone.. Mine is twice the size of yours.. And my galaxy 2 had a bigger screen then the latest i phone. I love samsung because you don’t have to have any special chargers.. They have stayed with the same design FOREVER! and why pay for apps on a tiny little phone that i can have for free on my Samsung NOTE 2!!! BEST PHONE EVER!!!!!

    • alice

      03/25/2013 at 11:39 am

      Yep but remember they say the same things about us

  13. Lonnie

    03/25/2013 at 4:50 pm

    I have an iPhone 4S and am tired of the apple monopoly it has had and their refusal to listen to what customers want. I have hundreds of dollars invested in this phone both from the apple side and jailbreak side. I have been due for an upgrade for 1 month now and am I upgrading to a new iPhone? NO!! I am seriously looking at the galaxy line S4 or note 3. I want a good phone that will be MY phone you can not have a MY phone with an iPhone. I like what I am seeing with Samsung Galaxy S4 but will wait until I see what the Note 3 will do. iPhone took me away from android but Galaxy is bringing me back to Android.

    • amanda

      03/25/2013 at 5:01 pm

      I llloooovveee my note 2! If you go Galaxy s3 or 4…. I ppprrrroommiiseee you will not be disappointed! I recommend you go do the research yourself. Put your iphone next to the galaxy s3 or note 2 or wait til the 4 comes out… all the way around the samsungs have it beat! There iiiisss no comparison. .. but dont listen to all of us go check it out for self! I promise you too will see why us note 2 fans looove our phone! (I upgraded from a galaxy s2 and my s2 was bigger BEFORE iphone came out with their latest! But seriously go check it out!

      • Satty

        03/31/2013 at 7:20 am

        I agree with you here. I used to used the Symbian os.. Till the iOS and the iPhone 1st generation was launched. Ever since I was the fruit guy ( apple guy).. I upgraded to all the iPhone generations…. Till then the iPhone 5 was disappointing and a dead duck for me. Went to a samsung store just to try my hands on a galaxy note 2… Omg the android platform is awesome and so is the galaxy note 2. I could even sync to my iTunes and retrieve all my contacts, picture and songs. Well guess I’ll never turn back to an iPhone ever again….

  14. Alex Vallado

    03/26/2013 at 9:20 am

    Verizon Customer with an upgrade ready to use: Have a Samsung hate the iphone. Should I get the Note 2 or wait for the S4?? Love them both!!

    • amanda

      03/26/2013 at 9:46 am

      I looovveee my note 2!!!! S4 will not be bigger then the note 2… but it wiiilll have a faster operating system. . And the camera I am reading will have a huge difference! !! Either way you go you will be upgrading and will most definitely be pleased!!

    • Indydi

      03/29/2013 at 12:09 am

      I’ve got the same decision to make. I’m leaning toward the S4 for the faster processor, better screen, and smaller/lighter form factor. I think either way, we won’t go wrong.

  15. Alex Vallado

    03/26/2013 at 11:16 am

    Thx Amanda for the great comments, question is it worth the wait until may or june to get the S4???

    decisions, decisions!! lol

    • amanda

      03/26/2013 at 11:30 am

      Indeed! !! Lol. Either way you go sir, you won’t be disappointed! ! I am using my “s” pen right now. .. which I am reading won’t be a feature on the 4… but with the processor upgrade and the camera… tuff Decision! ! I dont work for samsung. .. I am just a very happy loyal RETURNING customer.. go check out the note 2!!! Galaxy’s speak for themselves!!! I am dieing to know what you choose!

  16. Alex Vallado

    03/26/2013 at 12:22 pm

    thx Amanda, please don’t call me Sir (makes me feel old!), IDK, IDK IDK?? Funny thing, I actually got the Note 2 and immediately returned it because I heard about the S4. Yes, yes, I did. However, in all fairness to the Note 2, I never activated it, I only turned on the WIFI, and nothing more. So, I actually had the Note 2, w/extra battery, holster the whole thing!!

    Who knows which way I am going to go on this? So I guess I am leaning toward the S4, but I just don’t know…lol

    • amanda

      03/26/2013 at 12:29 pm

      Omg!!! Lol. YOU DIDN’T ACTIVATE IT?? Shame shame. Hehehe. Galaxy s4 sure to be sweet!!!!

  17. Justin McNairy (@JustinMcNairy)

    03/27/2013 at 11:05 am

    I already owned the Note 2. Even with iPhone 5S or 6, my Note 2 still better! S4 is nice but I’m only interested in Note series. I had the original Note and now Note 2. I will be upgrading to Note 3 once it available in store/online.

    • amanda

      03/27/2013 at 11:29 am

      Yes! Yes! Yes!!! Finally! !! Someone who understands my love of this phoooonnee!! BEST PHONE TO CONE TO MARKET YET!!!

    • Indydi

      03/29/2013 at 12:13 am

      My issue with the Note series is that all rumors point to the Note 3 being even bigger. I absolutely refuse to go bigger than the Note 2. So if I can’t continue with the series, I probably shouldn’t even start with it. Will likely be the S4 for me.

  18. Yaser Ranjha

    03/27/2013 at 8:10 pm

    i think i should buy Sony Xperia Zl instead Galaxy s4

  19. Alex Vallado

    03/28/2013 at 1:42 pm

    S4 is almost here. Will try it, if the Galaxy Note 3 was here I would get it, it’s like the S4 with an S-Pen!! Maybe in two years, thx for all your help!!

  20. elye

    03/30/2013 at 11:53 am

    I’m new tto Samsung. I was/am an HTC fan because of the solid build of HTC phones. But I bought the note 2 anyway and I must say this is the best phone ever. Hands down. Had this phone since December and still learning new tricks. Only conplaint I have is the screen is easily cracked. Only phone I’ve ever had with a cracked screen. Im patiently waiting for note3.

    • amanda

      03/30/2013 at 1:17 pm

      I love my note 2! I am a hhhhuuuggee fan of phone cases. I have always been. Not only do they express who you are with colors but they are also great for protection. (I can’t count the number of times I have dropped my note 2 and every time the hit was absorbed with the case. Not a scratch)! !!! If u do not currently have a case I strongly recommend you get one. Amazon. Com and Ebay carry lots at great prices! I agree.. note 2 best phone ever! !

  21. shanire

    04/06/2013 at 6:50 am

    i love my note 2 but would never get the s4 only because im in love with the s pen i would wait for the note 3 and skip the s4 cant go without the pen now!!

    • alex vallado

      04/06/2013 at 9:00 am

      really can’t live with the S Pen! anymore this is compelling!! Maybe I belong to note 3!!

  22. Marvin

    04/07/2013 at 5:34 pm

    The biggest complaint about samsung phones are they feel cheap.

    If thats all you have to complain about, put it in an otter box. Then enjoy an amazing phone!

  23. zafar Hamid

    04/15/2013 at 3:04 am

    i’m waiting for sasung galaxy s4.

  24. dr.yasir jam

    04/20/2013 at 12:59 am

    I hv galaxy note 2..really really awesommmm note..
    It provide me all that I need..
    A bigger screne wid an outstanding display….
    Bt m confused whether I keep it or replace with glaxy s4…
    Plzzzzz note 2 userz help me out.

  25. John

    04/20/2013 at 1:33 am

    Amazon isn’t way cheaper than the carriers on the note 2. The only one that is kind of cheap is the international version which doesn’t have 4g

  26. alex vallado

    04/20/2013 at 8:02 am

    I have been going back and forth between the Galaxy s4 and the note 3 and now I’m at the point where the s4 is coming out and I still don’t know?? I guess the answer is in my best interest I think I should wait for the note 3 I think that’s a better phone but do I always do what’s best for me?

  27. dr.yasir jam

    04/23/2013 at 10:37 pm

    Battle b/w note 2 nd G4 s still continue…as a not 2 user I hv decided 2 replace it with note 3….

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