After the successful launch of 2 new flagships from the 2 Smartphone Giants-Apple & Samsung, we are already looking forward to the launch of the next successors to these hugely popular devices. While Apple’s iPhone 6S is touted to be under production already, Samsung is also rumored to launch new flagships by the end of this year to take Apple head-on. With a lot of hype has already being created beforehand, enough to make people go ga-ga over the launch of these new flagships, for all those who are planning to buy a new phone and are confused between the Apple iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S6, we bring to you 5 good reasons why you should prefer Samsung Galaxy S6 over iPhone 6.
5 Reasons Why You Should Prefer Samsung Galaxy S6 over iPhone 6
1. Stunning Screen
Samsung Galaxy S6: 5.1-inch, 2560 x 1440 Super AMOLED screen with 577ppi
iPhone 6: 4.7-inch, 1334 x 750 LED-backlip IPS LCD screen with 326 ppi
While iPhone’s retina display are no push-overs in competing over the displays that come along all the flagships today but Samsung Galaxy S6 simply stands out. Be it the stunning screen resolution of 1440 x 2560 that not only produces brighter, sharper and crisper images, or the apt 5.1-inch screen that just about fits in your hand as well as iPhone 6 does, Samsung has surely struck gold with this iteration of Galaxy Series.
2. Better Camera Quality
Samsung Galaxy S6: 16-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front camera, optical image stabilization, auto-focus, LED flash
iPhone 6: 8 megapixel, phase detection auto-focus, dual LED ‘True Tone’ flash
One of the forte of Apple’s flagship game is the camera quality their iPhones come loaded with, Samsung has thumped Apple’s iPhone 6 on camera front and how. Be it the class-apart night photography or the vivid pictures produced by Galaxy S6. Jump here to check out the full camera comparison of Apple iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S6.
3. Android Love
Samsung Galaxy S6: Android Lollipop 5.1.1
iPhone 6: iOS 8.4
Well, the old Android Vs iOS war is sure to play a vital factor while comparing these 2 flagships. It may well come down to personal preferences between the 2 OS’, but Android does come on top on more number of factors than iOS. Be it the customization that Android has always offered its users or the plethora of features that come loaded along, Android does tend to offer more as a OS alone. With the Android M already in Developer’s mode, Google is set to take material design and customisations to a whole new level come Android M public release. Till then you can check out the 10 best Android Lollipop features that you are still not aware of.
4. Beast under-the-hood
Samsung Galaxy S6: Exynos 7420 64-bit octa-core, 3GB RAM
iPhone 6: Apple A8 64-bit dual-core 1.4GHz, 1GB RAM
What powers the Samsung Galaxy S6 is a Exynos 7420 Octa-Core Processor bundled with 3GB of RAM that’s surely nippier that the iPhone’s A8 Processor, more so with the decrease in the use of various layered skins that Samsung bloated its previous flagships with. Be it the stats that show up in benchmarks or the real-world performance tests, Samsung’s Galaxy S6 surely fares along better when it comes to performance front.
5. Battery Life
Samsung Galaxy S6: 2550 mAh non-removable battery, wireless charging
iPhone 6: 1810 mAh non-removable battery
Its 2550 mAH on a 5.1 inch Screen vs 1810 mAH on 4.7 inch Screen, Samsung’s Galaxy S6 produces better battery performance in real-world usage. While with a low-power mode Apple has tried to recover the lost ground, Samsung still facilitates its users with a more efficient battery performance mainly due to the various fixes it has made to battery drainage problem with the ‘power-saving’ mode or the Rapid charge technology that gets you back to 100% in less time than that on iPhone 6.
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