The LG G2 comes with a True Full HD IPS+ display, whereas the third generation Note features a big and bright 5.7 inch display screen with full HD 1920x1080 pixels resolution. The Galaxy Note 3 offers sharp and bright images which enhance user experiences. Though the colors appear largely over-saturated on Galaxy Note 3, they look quite natural on G2.

In terms of software, LG lags behind Samsung. LG G2 runs on a slightly older version of Android operating system, which is Android 4.2, whereas Note 3 runs on Android 4.3 customized by Samsung with TouchWiz users interface. Galaxy Note 3 comes with features like Smart Stay, Smart Rotation, S-Beam, Multi-windows and so on. The main distinguishing feature about the Note 3 is its S-Pen stylus that allows the user to perform an array of creative functions. Though LG G2 too has a lot to offer in terms of apps such as Q-Slide apps that let users use miniature versions of browser and phone dialer applications.

The camera features offered by both the smartphones is quite similar. Both Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and LG G2 come with a 13MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera. Samsung’s rear camera captures detailed and sharp images, though it struggles to focus in poor lighting conditions. However, the main difference in the camera offered by both the phones is that LG G2′s camera comes with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and Samsung does not support the same.