The last few years were in favour of Samsung smartphones and Samsung owns a big share of market at present. If you remember, the Sony was one of the first manufacturers of Android smartphones. And now it is struggling in the market with its small range of products, however its Z series smartphone are still appealing and ready to give the competition to all top brands. And today we are comparing the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs Xperia Z3+ Plus.
Sony Xperia Z3+ is the next version of original Z3, however with this new launch Sony would not only giving competition to the just launched Samsung Galaxy S6 but also it could be alternative for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in the future as there are still million of Sony fans. But Z3+ display is no special as it is running on full HD resolution however; Samsung has plans to take the display level of Note 5 to the next generation 4K resolutions. And here, straightly Samsung is ahead between the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs Xperia Z3+ Plus.
Earlier there were rumours, in the early 2015 we would see the Z4 and later in the September the Xperia Z5 to compete with the Note 5 but it seems like, Sony got different plan and it doesn’t want to bring sudden changes in the market, but this smooth strategy would not work with the war of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs Xperia Z3+, if we are considering the flagship of 2015.
Regarding processor, Xperia Z3+ Plus is again no special, just the latest Snapdragon 810 and in the Galaxy S6 Samsung has already taken the manufacturing scale to the 14nm and next could be the 10nm, which would be the achievement in the smartphone industry and yes it would be completed by the next Note and clearly, Samsung is ready to win in the war of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs Xperia Z3+ Plus.
However, the release date of new Note is still far as compare to the Z3+, but just two more months after the release of Z3+, you would have the new Samsung Galaxy Note on the market shelves, then you would able to actually compare the both Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs Xperia Z3+ Plus beast.