Thursday, December 3, 2020

Here’s why I prefer Galaxy Note over Galaxy S Series

If you want to purchase a flagship smartphone, then there’s no other option in the market that deserves your attention than Samsung’s top lineup Note and S series devices. These devices offer Samsung the best hardware and software combination that’s worth their price tags.

Despite some of their common specifications, these devices also have some differences that set them apart from each other. Here in this article, I’ll be talking about what makes the note series a bit more considerable over the Samsung Galaxy S series.

Extra features offered by the Note series:

You can do a lot on a Note series device with a bigger display and the S-Pen. The bigger display with more extra RAM adds to easy multi-tasking and productivity. There is a lot you can do using the S-Pen and it is the great feature of the Note lineup that makes it stand out from the other smartphones.

It is designed for power users who crave productivity and also good for a business concern, multimedia, and other productive stuff. The Note series also packs more battery than it is offered by the S-series devices.

Common features in both lineups:

There are many features that are common in both the lineups such as the processor, display quality, premium look, and most importantly both are very close with their pricing. The cameras are also the same in both lineup devices and if we compare them it will only be a slight difference between them.


Although the above-mentioned features do not declare that the Note series is a clear winner over the S lineup because there are many features that are common between these devices and many of them suit better on S series and others on the Note series.

Lastly, it depends on what features you expect from your flagship smartphone and chooses a device that supports your priorities.


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