iPhone 6 vs. Galaxy Note 3: New Video Compares Mock-Up Version to Samsung Phablet

Picture: Sonny DicksonLeaked photo of the iPhone 6 4.7 and 5.5-inch models.

A new video comparing two mock-up iPhone 6 models and the Samsung Galaxy 3 hit the internet earlier this week.

This is the first video to compare the 5.5-inch model to the Note 3 as most of the others that surfaced pitted Samsung's device against the 4.7-inch version. It was posted up by YouTube channel TechSmartt.

The video shows that the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 is slightly taller than the Note. This extra height comes from a carryover of designs from previous iPhone models as it features identically sized top and bottom bezels. These bezels contain the FaceTime camera, the Touch ID Home button and a slew of sensors.

The Galaxy Note 3 launched at the end of last year and features some impressive specs such as a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB RAM, and a 13-megapixel camera.

The iPhone 6 5.5-inch model will come with a screen at that size, an updated Apple A8 chip and the company's Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

This model is also expected to be $300 on-contract, but that will not stop buyers from picking one up, according to analyst Raymond James Tavis McCourt.

He recently weighed in on the price increase for the iPhone during an interview with MarketWatch, and by basing his assumptions on the latest consumer data, he concluded that most of them would be willing to pay a bigger price for a larger handset.

"Our June consumer survey points to continued growth in the willingness of iPhone users to pay $100 more for a bigger screen iPhone, with now a full one-third survey respondents willing to pay $100 premium," McCourt said.

McCourt also pointed to the overall demand for a larger display.

"Data seems to suggest meaningful demand for a larger screen, which should logically mean the iPhone 6-cycle will be strong for upgrade sales, which combined with modest contribution from wearables should cause a modest acceleration in revenue growth in fiscal 2015," he continued.