WHEN IT COMES TO GIANT HANDSETS, it has to be said that Samsung is one of the biggest vendors out there, specialising in screen sizes that can look ridiculous when held up to the face.
One of the latest contenders in this market at the moment, with a screen size of 5.1in, is the Samsung Galaxy S5 and interestingly, one of its biggest rivals is its Samsung sibling, the Galaxy Note 3.
Released last October, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 features a number of custom features differentiating it from the Galaxy S5. These include its larger 5.7in Super AMOLED 1080x1920 touchscreen display and dockable S Pen stylus.
The larger screen combined with the S Pen stylus makes it easier and more comfortable to use a number of Samsung's key applications, like S Note, which lets you scribble notes on the smartphone and save them to your Samsung, Google Drive or Evernote account.
The question at hand is whether these productivity upgrades are enough to beat the Galaxy S5's new internal components and software. µ
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