With the release date of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 drawing closer, fans are in the process of weighing up the pros and cons of upgrading to the new device.
To help you on your way, we've created this device comparison chart...
|Comparison||Samsung Galaxy Note 3||Samsung Galaxy Note 4|
|S Pens||Note 3 features an S Pen stylus specifically designed for drawing, writing, creating by touching on the device's screen||Note 4's S Pen builds on the previous model. It is designed to feel more like writing on paper with the idea that more sensitivity leads to better handwriting. Note 4's Pen has new features such as Air Command, S Note and Voice Memo.|
|Pricing||You can grab a Galaxy Note 3 for $99 on a contract, but originally the device was priced in at a hefty $299.99.||Note 4 is predicted to come out at a similar price to Note 3's original figure, with AT&T and Verizon charing $299.99 for a 32GB Note 4.|
|Screen Size||5.7inch screen||5.7inch screen|
|Colours||Jet Black, Blush Pink and Classic White||Jet Black, Blush Pink, Classic White and a brand new colour, Copper Gold|
|Texture||Soft, textured cover on the exterior||Soft, textured cover on the exterior, with new added metal frame|
|Pixel Display||Full-HD screen display with 386 ppi||Quad-HD screen display with 515 ppi; a significant improvement from the Note 3|
|Battery Life||3200mAh battery life; 13 hours of video playback, and the same for browsing the internet on wi-fi||3220mAh with added fast charging feature which allows the Note 4's battery to charge from 0-50% in 30 minutes|
|Weight||168 grams||176 grams|
Note 4 also boasts a collection of pretty cool features with an added finger print sensor, UV sensor, and a heart rate monitor..