Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 smartphone has released quite some time ago, in October 2013. However, the smartphone (that can also double up as a tablet) can still hold its own on the market, even though more and more contenders have tried to downgrade it. Another advantage about it is certainly the fact that it keeps getting cheaper as it ages, so more and more people are starting to afford it.
However, it may seem that the trusty old Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has met its match in the brand new Oppo Find 7, which is now available on select markets around the world at a pretty spicy price tag of 600 dollars. Let’s take a quick look at the two phones and decide which one is best.
Design and Specs
As far as design goes, both phones are pretty hefty in size and look quite stunning. The specs are where the true battle begins. Naturally, with the Oppo Find 7 being way more recent than the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, it naturally also comes with better specs, such as a Snapdragon 801 chipset powered by 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal memory that can be upped to 128 through SD-support.
Both phones run on pretty outdated operating systems, such as Android KitKat and JellyBean. However, the Oppo Find 7 has the advantage of its JellyBean being customized by the mother company, which means it has cool extra features you won’t find on any other phone. Even though the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has an older camera, it’s quite comparable to the one on the Oppo Find 7.
All in all, the Oppo Find 7 is only a bit better than the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and with the latter becoming cheaper by the minute, maybe it’s more worth it to go for the Note 3.