Galaxy Note 3 Vs. LG G Flex: Spec by Spec Comparison

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By Vincent Funaro , Christian Post Reporter
February 21, 2014|2:42 pm

Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 inherited some unique competition when LG released the G Flex smartphone earlier this year.

The new device features a fairly large screen with a curved design that makes it unique to the market. Despite its name, the LG G Flex is not a bendable device. However, its curved display does provide for a special viewing experience when a user is watching a video or playing a game. So is the Flex enough to take on the Galaxy Note 3? Here is a spec by spec comparison of the two handsets.


The Galaxy Note 3 packs one of the most impressive displays on the market with its 5.7-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 1920 x 1080 resolution at 386ppi. The LG G Flex is slightly less impressive with its 6-inch display with 1280x720 pixels at 245ppi. The only advantage the Flex may have over Samsung's device is the curve as it gives an almost mini Imax experience while watching a high-definition video. But it just can't match up to the resolution and clarity found on the Note 3.


The Galaxy Note 3 features a new design for Samsung products with its plastic leather-like backing which gives it a classier look overall. The LG G Flex is unique with its curve, however, it does give the device a tackier less classy appearance. It actually looks more like a toy than a smartphone. Curved frames might not be the future for business people. The buttons on the back also make for a less convenient experience with the handset. The Note 3 clearly has the advantage here, despite LG's innovations.

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The Galaxy Note 3 features what is arguably the best smartphone camera on the market with its 13-megapixel rear shooter capable of capturing video in 4k. It also takes pictures with 4128 x 3096 pixels and features image stabilization. The LG G Flex also comes with a 13-megapixel camera that can take pictures with even higher resolution. However, it does not pack image stabilization. The two are close to being even in this department.


The LG G Flex and Galaxy Note 3 come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. This allows both devices to run pretty quick and efficiently. The main difference here is the RAM as the Note 3 comes with 3GB and the G Flex packs just 2GB. Neither device is slow, but Samsung has an advantage here thanks to a larger amount of RAM.


The Galaxy Note 3 is basically the standard device for the phablet or large smartphone market making it tough to beat. Samsung really out did themselves this time around as the Note 3 can do things that no other device can. LG brought some innovative new ideas to the market with the G Flex, but hasn't really perfected them yet. It will be interesting to see what LG does with the technology in future devices, but for now the Note 3 is definitely the better buy.

Miles McPherson, is the Senior Pastor of the Rock Church and Academy in San Diego, California and the founder of Do Something World. Find out more at MilesMcPherson.comFollow Miles on Facebook - Miles on Twitter -

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