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Well we are going start of by talking about the design and it definitely wins out in this round. Nokia's styling is absolutely beautiful, It's available in a range of colors: yellow red, white, and black. In addition to that you've also got expandability by a micro SD card to the left side, the camera really adds to the experience, micro USB below. Up at the top is a 3.5 jack and on the back 20.7 mega pixel camera and dual flash.
On the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 you've got a removable back cover, if you remove the back cover you can remove the battery as well, not to mention added expandability by a microSD card slot, and you've also got a micro SIM tray as well.
The back cover is very plastice, though, and it doesn't feel like a rich plastic. It's molded plastic, so it just doesn't feel like as rich an experience in the hand. But the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 does have an S pen. So for all the artists out there it could be an invaluable addition adding 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity.
As far as the displays go, the Nokia Lumia 1520's full HD it's wholly immersive. It looks stunning and it really does feel like a different experience to the phone. It's kind of some where between a tablet look and feel and an actual Lumia device of old.
As far as Windows phone goes, you've got a very, very simple user interface, clean type face throughout and you haven't got the range of applications that you do on the Android devices, but you do have some really great supplements from Nokia, such as Nokia camera, it combines Nokia Pro Cam and Nokia's Smart Cam into one application package, for example you have got all the smart features Nokia programs such as manual focus and swiping down...etc
The camera on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a 13 megapixel sensor with no optical image stabilization Samsung does complement it with a whole bunch of application features as does NOKIA.
The Nokia Lumia 1520 is probably gonna be the better performer in the camera department.
Inside those devices there is Snapdragon 800 processors from Qualcomm clocked at 2.2 GHz and 2GB of RAM in the NOKIA1520 and 3GB of RAM in the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Battery life, the capacity of the Nokia1520 3400mAh but there's a 3200mAh in the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
All in all, two very, very high end devices, and which one is right for you? you have the right to choose Hopefully this comparison has made your life a little bit easier or you just enjoyed it.