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Is the Samsung Galaxy S4 more powerful than the Samsung Galaxy Note 2?

Is the Samsung Galaxy S4 more powerful than the Samsung Galaxy Note 2?

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JanSt / MOD  Apr. 8, 2013 at 12:51

I used the Galaxy Note 2 for 3 weeks or so. I played with all the built-in features and various apps, incl intensive, resource-hungry stuff like GTA etc... I can't see how the Galaxy S4 could be noticeably 'more powerful'?
Maybe future apps will make full use of the extra power, but right now?

matt101101 / MOD  Apr. 8, 2013 at 12:57

Jan, the answer to the question is 'yes'. There are no two ways about it, the S4 has more sheer power than the Note 2, whether that power is of any use or not is a different matter entirely.

JanSt / MOD  Apr. 8, 2013 at 13:10

Jan, the answer to the question is 'yes'. There are no two ways about it, the S4 has more sheer power than the Note 2, whether that power is of any use or not is a different matter entirely.

That is what I said... Here:

Maybe future apps will make full use of the extra power, but right now
:p
In real life though, nobody's gonna notice. What more can you do than watch 2 HD movies simultaneously while running GTAIII - something you can do on both the Note 2 and the SGS3 without any lag?

Shid  May. 4, 2013 at 21:19

Oh but wait there are far more powerful features n useful features like the eye tracking, also the air wave n hand gesture its awesum! Imagine ur cukin n ur hands are all greasy or ur driving n u jus wanna preview a message all u do is just hover above it. I think its real useful! I wana sell or swap ma note 2 now

matt101101 / MOD  May. 4, 2013 at 22:52

Oh but wait there are far more powerful features n useful features like the eye tracking, also the air wave n hand gesture its awesum! Imagine ur cukin n ur hands are all greasy or ur driving n u jus wanna preview a message all u do is just hover above it. I think its real useful! I wana sell or swap ma note 2 now
You'd be wasting a lot of money for the sake of waiting for a free software update. Unless the IR blaster or thermometer particularly interest you (the the tune of £500+) you might as well stick with the Note...or waste your money, it doesn't affect me either way.

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