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Huge in-depth comparison pits the iPhone 6 Plus against Samsung’s last two Galaxy Notes

Published Nov 6th, 2014 4:40PM EST
iPhone 6 Plus vs Note 3 vs Note 4
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Two months ago, millions of Apple fans the world over picked up an iPhone 6 Plus without a second thought. If you’re already invested in the iOS ecosystem, you’re unlikely to stray outside of it when shopping for a phablet. The same can be said for loyal Galaxy Note users, but one man has taken it upon himself to become a regular user of the 6 Plus despite his predilection for the Note series.

FROM EARLIER: This is what it’s like to switch from the Galaxy Note 3 to the iPhone 6 Plus

Up until now, CNET’s Tim Stevens has been comparing the iPhone 6 Plus to the Galaxy Note 3, his “daily driver” smartphone. Now that the Note 4 is starting to roll out, he’s added it into the mix as well to see how all three phones stack up against one another.

Stevens begins with a face-off of Notes — Note 3 vs. Note 4:

“With every iteration of the Note (and I’ve been through three now) I tend to think the same thing: ‘Wow, this is so much better than the last generation.’ I thought that about the Note 2, the Note 3 and that is indeed what came to mind when I first held the Note 4,” wrote Stevens.

He then moves on to the battle that is currently being waged in the smartphone market at the moment — Note 4 vs. iPhone 6 Plus. This is a much more complex issue, but with all the unending praise coming from iPhone users, it’s nice to see a measured perspective from a Note fan.

So would a self-respecting Galaxy Note fan really switch to the Apple phablet? Head over to CNET to read the full piece and find out.

Jacob Siegal
Jacob Siegal Associate Editor

Jacob Siegal is Associate Editor at BGR, having joined the news team in 2013. He has over a decade of professional writing and editing experience, and helps to lead our technology and entertainment product launch and movie release coverage.