We’ve already unboxed the Samsung Galaxy Round, and now we want to show you how it stacks up against the Galaxy Note 3.

The phones have really similar hardware specs on the inside, so basically this comes down how the design of both phones differs. To start, both phones offer 5.7-inch 1080p displays, but the Galaxy Round has a flexible AMOLED screen while the Note 3 does not. Internally, both have 13-megapixel cameras, 3GB of RAM, Android 4.3 and TouchWiz, and quad-core processors (though they differ slightly). The Note 3 has a larger battery, meanwhile, but that’s likely because it was easier to add one given the space constraints in the Galaxy Round body. Thankfully the Round ships with two batteries, however. On the outside, both have the faux plastic design.

The big difference of course is that the Galaxy Round has a curved display that has an angle unlike any smartphone we’ve seen before. You can definitely see it from looking at the side, and we like the quick notifications that it offers if you just roll the phone down a bit (though it takes a bit). Meanwhile, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 has a typical screen that lays flat, providing the real estate you need to take notes.

How do the phones line up and differ? Should you rush out and buy it? Check out our full comparison in the video above and in the gallery below.