No one can deny the beautiful, feature-rich and dazzling Galaxy Note 2 and its popularity in the tablet market but now that the Galaxy Note 3 has arrived many people are worried whether they should go for Note 3 or not.

Of course, no one would want to jump from a great tablet such as Note 2 to another tablet without expecting to get something special from the successor version. If you are also one of the people worried about your decision on moving to Galaxy Note 3, here are is some information that might help you in easing your discomfort. 

The body size of both the tablets is same so nothing has been taken away from there. However, you are definitely being given something extra in the same body size – an extra big screen from Note 2. You had 5.5” screen with your Galaxy Note 2 but with Note 3 you have a 5.7” screen.

A bigger screen asks for an increased resolution or the bigger size could only translate to a big fiasco but Samsung hasn’t made any mistake here. With the increased screen size the resolution has also been increased to 1080×1920 pixels. The viewing angles have also been given improvement over Note 2.

Galaxy Note 3

There isn’t much different in the interface so there’s no big deal for you to get here but the new air command is definitely something that some users might enjoy. One thing you can’t miss mentioning about Galaxy Note 3 is the improvement made in processor department.

The new choice of options to choose either a 2.3GHz quad-core processor or 1.9GHz octa-core processor is definitely taking Note 3 way ahead of the old Note 2 with a quad-core processor running at only 1.6GHz. You want more memory and you will get it with Note 3 with a 3GB RAM.

With increased performance and improvements in many departments you would expect your phablet to be a bit more efficient with its battery performance as well.

Samsung improves the battery performance by increasing 100mAH on its new battery so the Note 3 has a 3200mAH battery as compared to the 3100mAH on Note 2. Browsing and navigating on the internet continuously on the Note 3 with 40% brightness will still give you better battery time than a smartphone. There are some great additions in TouchWiz features as well, for example, users can now enjoy the same app in two different windows simultaneously.

If you were not happy with an 8-megapixel camera on Note 2 you can enjoy the performance of a 3-megapixel camera on Note 3 and there is a slight improvement in the front facing camera as well but that’s not mentionable for its meager difference.

Lastly, the lovers of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will love this phablet because it comes with this operating system out of the box.

The back panel is a bit different from the previous version with its faux leather look and overall Note 3 is definitely worth a shot for all who have Note 2 right now.