Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 : Flagship Face-off

With the smartphone market evolving at the rate of knots, we, as Users, are being conferred some of the most amazing technologies, right in our hands. In an era where Desktop-class performance is sought to be inculcated on the smartphones that come loaded with some incredible processors, cameras and displays from various manufacturers, what we are now starting to see in this ever-so-competitive smartphone market is the addition of various stand-out features that try and take the game away from the competition. Such has been the case with this year’s flagships from Apple, Samsung and now, Google. With the the iPhone 6s & 6s Plus, Apple has once again reassured its ever-so-loyal users with a flagship profile and quotient that only Apple brings to this flagship market, for its stellar looks and the best-in-class real world performance. That being said, Samsung, in order to fight the competition, has thrown in its updated Galaxy S6 along with a new breed of Smartphone range from Samsung that has made people sit-back and take notice of its ultra-beautiful design- the S6 Edge, not to forget its ultra-popular Note 5 with radical design and camera upgradations. Add to all of this the recently launched Nexus devices from Google, with Huawei Nexus 6P claiming to give both Apple’s and Samsung’s flagships a run for its money. So then, for all those who are feeling a pain in their head trying to decide the best of these 7 flagships, we bring to you the most neutral and even-minded review, pitting Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 against each other. Take a look!

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 : Flagship Face-off

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 – Look, Design and Feel

Google Nexus 6P : 7.3mm thick, weighs 178g

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5(1)

Google’s Nexus series has always felt of being a class below what other flagship devices come powered with, especially on for its design aesthetics. But come Nexus 6P, Huawei has done a brilliant job by coming out with a device that not just feels flagship in the way it performs but also, it looks every bit of what a high end flagship should look like. Give it to the protruding hump, called as ‘Visor’ by many, on the back of the phone that gives it such a pronounced, stand-out design incooperating camera lens and flash, the circular fingerprint-scanner that houses in the one-third center on the back, the metallic frame to go with the dull metal finish for the rest of the device, this Nexus device has a lot going for it. One thus has to say that the exuberant premium feel and finish of the phone surely does justice to the ‘P’ in ‘Nexus 6P’.

Apple iPhone 6s : 7.1mm thick, weighs 143g

Apple has built iPhone 6s on the lines of iPhone 6, keeping the overall look and feel of the device identical to the predecessor apart from minor changes such as the minimal increase in overall thickness of the smartphone in order to let go of the infamous Bend-gate and also, due to the in-cooperation of 3D touch panel. All in all, a fantastic design language that still gets many hearts pumping, specially with the new Rose Gold color option.

Apple iPhone 6s Plus : 7.3mm thick, weighs 192g

A super-sized sibling to the smaller iPhone 6s, 6s Plus comes with a larger 5.5inch display that in-cooperates 3D Force Touch panel in its display, is built up with a stronger 7000 alloy aluminum to let to of the ‘Bend-gate’ saga and has slightly thicker aesthetics to its predecessor, just like the 6s. All in all, an aging but fantastic design language that still gets many hearts thumping, specially with the new Rose Gold color option on-board.

Samsung Galaxy S6 : 6.8mm thick, weighs 138g

Samsung might have tried well-and-hard to break free from the iPhone rip-off design language, failing so much so that at a distance, the S6 still seems to be inspired heavily by the iPhone 6s. Be it the mettle-and-glass treatment that first appeared on iPhone 4 or the Antenna bands or the speaker grills, Samsung seems to lack inspiration. Mind you, all of this is true only when we compare the iPhone and the Galaxy device side-by-side. What Samsung has otherwise came out with Galaxy S6 is a device that surely boasts the best design Samsung has ever mated any of its flagship to largely due to Samsung Project Zero that has aimed to bring up radical design changes, keeping in mind both the customer reviews and the likable previous-flagship aesthetics.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge : 7.0mm thick, weighs 132g

Just like Samsung rose above the competition with its distinctive Note range, Samsung seems to have found another winner with this Edge smartphone range that features dual-curved display at both sides of the screen that seems to inspire more of a infinite display-like screen that delves into the glass and mettle frame ever so flawlessly. Except this, the S6 and S6 Edge share most of their hardware components, both on the inside and outside.

Samsung Note 5 : 7.6mm thick, weighs 171g

While with the Edge smartphone range Samsung broke into a distinctive curved edge design philosophy, Note 5 also comes with a breakthrough design with curved edges on the back of the phone that help the much needed cause of having a firmer grip on such a monster device. Also, with the overall body-to-screen ratio surging to an all-time-best that helps a larger display to be in-cooperated into the relatively smaller body frame, 5.7inch Galaxy Note 5 feels more compact than the 5.5inch iPhone 6s Plus largely due to slimmer bezels, thinner edges and lighter chassis.

Winner : Personal Preference

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 – Display/Screen

Google Nexus 6P : 5.7 inches, 1440 x 2560 pixels (~518 ppi pixel density)

With a screen size reduced to 5.7inches from 5.98 on Nexus 6, Nexus 6P surely feels a lot more sturdier than its predecessor for housing a curved back and sloped edges. The screen accounts for 71.4% of the total housing space on the front of the phone which isn’t quite remarkable but with dual-front speakers on the front, Huawei has made adequate use of the space on the front. The 5.7inch QHD AMOLED screen stands out for its crisp and accurate colors, deepest blacks, Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection and ultra-smooth touch response.

Apple iPhone 6s : 4.7 inches, 750 x 1334 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Apple iPhone 6s vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S6 Edge (2)

On papers, Apple’s aging Retina display doesn’t even stand a chance to compete with what Samsung has in-cooperated on its flagship, but in real-world, the display seems to fare out well enough to leave its users with crisp color reproduction, viewing angles and under-sunlight legibility. Also, with the 3D touch support now embedded, iPhone’s display brings in a whole new capability to how a smartphone’s display behaves and differentiates across various taps and touches based on their sensitivity.

Apple iPhone 6s Plus : 5.5 inches, 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density)

On papers, Apple’s aging Retina display doesn’t even stand a chance to compete with what Samsung has in-cooperated on its flagship, but in real-world, the display seems to fare out well enough to leave its users with accurate color reproduction, top-notch viewing angles and incredible under-sunlight legibility. Also, with the 3D touch support now embedded, iPhone’s display brings in a whole new capability to how a smartphone’s display behaves and differentiates across various taps and touches based on their sensitivity.

Samsung Galaxy S6 : 5.1 inches, 1440 x 2560 pixels (~577 ppi pixel density)

High on resolution, high on pixels, high on Battery consumption. That’s the story of this ultra-beautiful display that leaves its users mesmerized. Be it the sheer perfect color reproduction, touted to be over-saturated by many, or the darkest blacks on a smartphone display, Samsung has crafted a gem of a display. Sadly then, all of this comes powered by a battery that seems insufficient to with-hold such power-hungry display.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge : 5.1 inches, 1440 x 2560 pixels (~577 ppi pixel density)

This is where Samsung has taken giant leaps. The ‘infinite’ dual-edge curved display that comes packed with oozing pixels and ultra-clear picture reproduction, the S6 Edge scores heavily over the iPhone 6s and even its sibling S6 on the display front to say the least. What further exaggerates the usefulness of such a brilliant display is the set of additional functionalities and features it comes powered with, such as Information Stream and Edge Lightning.

Samsung Note 5 : 5.7 inches, 1440 x 2560 pixels (~518 ppi pixel density)

A warmer color producing display, that’s touted to be over-saturated by many, with oozing pixels that makes the colors pop with extremely fine viewing angles, Samsung Note 5 has got a stellar display fitted to it. Add to this the best-in-class body-to-screen ratio, as briefed above, plus the additional functionalities that Stylus compatibility offers, Samsung is at the top of its game in the display segment, giving Apple’s aging Retina Display a run for its money. But then, this high on resolution, high on pixels display backfires with higher battery consumption that mares the overall performance of the phone to some extent. But then, with riches hues, darker blacks and brighter display, Note 5 offers a display that sets it apart from the competition.

Winner : Samsung Galaxy devices

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 – Processor and Performance

Google Nexus 6P : Quad-core 1.55 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A57 CPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Chipset with 3 GB RAM

With the top-of-the line Snapdragon 810 at the heart of this device, Nexus 6P offers exuberant performance, thanks to its highly optimized and clutter-free stock Android OS. While the Snapdragon 810 has long been accused of overheating issues on heavy usage, its v2.1 has been thrown out to battle these issues with ease, maintaining the same levels of performance. Truth behold, be it navigating through the whole UI with the utmost ease or snapping some pictures or playing some of the most graphic intensive games, Nexus 6P takes everything into its strides, performing with the utmost ease and coming out as one of the most fluid, un-interrupted and crisp performers in the market right now.

Apple iPhone 6s : Apple A9 Chipset, Dual-core 1.84 GHz CPU with 2 GB RAM

The biggest and the most sought after hardware that has been added to this ‘S’ moniker flagship is the upgradation of RAM to 2GB to compared to 1GB on iPhone 6 along with an updated A9 chip that claims to bump up the CPU & GPU performances by 70% & 90% respectively. While these under-the-hood upgrades do offer help to make the iPhone 6s a lot more snappier, it’s more about the iOS that gives it the overall polished feel, resulting in the most stutter-free and crisp performance overall.

Apple iPhone 6s Plus : Apple A9 Chipset, Dual-core 1.84 GHz CPU with 2GB RAM

This is where the real game begins. Apple has had a methodology of offering lesser but faster cores on its CPU as compared to Samsung’s way of hogging up multiple cores and variable clocking rates. What that means is that the iPhone 6s Plus smokes both S6 Edge+ and Note 5 with performance that’s way ahead of both of these in single-core tests, but falls face-first in multi-core tests. Well, in real world performance testing, Apple’s iPhone 6s Plus feels and is faster to both of the Samsung counterparts, largely due to slick and optimized iOS 9. Also with an updated A9 chip that claims to bump up the CPU & GPU performances by 70% & 90% respectively and 2GB of RAM, iPhone 6s Plus is the fastest phone available right now.

Samsung Galaxy S6 : Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57 CPU, Exynos 7420 Chipset with 3 GB RAM

With 4-cores clocked at 2.1 GHz and the other 4 at 1.5 GHz, Samsung Galaxy S6 is nothing short of a powerhouse. S6 makes the most of its under-the-hood hardware beasts by powering a display flooded with pixels and a camera setup that’s beyond excellence flawlessly enough. Also, with 3GB RAM onboard, you can multi-task well enough only to find yourself face some weird hiccups, thanks to the bloatware Samsung still pushes across with its Galaxy devices.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge : Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57 CPU, Exynos 7420 Chipset with 3 GB RAM

Keeping the internals unchanged to those on the S6, S6 Edge offers near equivalent performance. The major difference comes only to the display section wherein the dual-curved display offers added functionalities along with the bragging rights for a phone that simply stands out for its appeal.

Samsung Note 5 : Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57 CPU, Exynos 7420 Chipset with 4GB RAM

While on specs sheet, iPhones have never had a chance to with-stand Samsung’s multiple-core power-packed processors, what then makes iPhones stand out with crisper, smoother performance all this while is the difference in optimization of amalgamation of hardware with the software these devices run. Well, by no stretch of imagination is Note 5, or even S6 Edge+ for the case be, any walkovers. It’s about the TouchWiz UI Samsung devices come powered with that mares the overall performance, only when compared side-to-side with iPhone 6s Plus. Apart from that, Note 5 is nothing short of a powerhouse with some seriously fast Octa-core CPU and top-notch 7420 Chipset to go along with 4GB of RAM that helps it iron-out any hiccups, even while hard-core multitasking.

Winner : Apple iPhone devices

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 – Operating System/Software

Google Nexus 6P : Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow)

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With no excessive bloatware to take care of, stock Android on Nexus 6P lets the processor work in close tandem with the OS without having the interference of any software layering/tweaks that various other manufacturers offer on their home-grown versions of Android. Also, with all the Nexus and the Moto devices privileged enough to receive all the Android updates first as compared to Android devices from any other manufacturers, the stock Android on the Nexus 6P does make its presence felt.

Apple iPhone 6s : iOS 9

This is where it all comes down to. iOS vs Android! Security vs Compatibility! Intuitive UI vs unnecessary Bloatware! Well, it really comes down to personal preferences to choose among these 2. Well, one thing’s for sure, with iOS 9 and 3D touch capabilities embedded on iPhone 6s, Apple holds the edge largely due to addition of a whole new dimension of tracking the pressure sensitivity in order to distinguish between a light tap and a hard tap, thus enhancing the interactive capabilities. Also, with the most slick iOS to date and the reliable security iOS comes bound to offer, iOS for iPhone 6s works like a charm.

Apple iPhone 6s Plus : iOS 9

This is where it all comes down to. iOS vs Android! Security vs Compatibility! Intuitive UI vs unnecessary Bloatware! Well, it really comes down to personal preferences to choose among these 2. Well, one thing’s for sure, with iOS 9 and 3D touch capabilities embedded on iPhone 6s, Apple holds the edge largely due to addition of a whole new dimension of tracking the pressure sensitivity in order to distinguish between a light tap and a hard tap, thus enhancing the interactive capabilities. Also, with the most slick iOS to date and the reliable security iOS comes bound to offer, iOS for iPhone 6s works like a charm.

Samsung Galaxy S6 : Android Lollipop OS with TouchWiz UI

Old same story. A beast of a device with top-of-the-line internals, a re-invented design language and the World’s most famous OS on hands only to be marred by the bloatware Samsung’s TouchWiz UI infects this ultra-powerful device with. Mind you, both the Android, with Android Lollipop, and the TouchWiz UI are at the top of their game right now offering the most slick UI they ever have been till date, still, there’s nothing that can beat the Stock Android’s flawlessness and overall-polished feel, not even iOS perhaps.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge : Android Lollipop OS with TouchWiz UI

For all the minuses- Same as above. What then sets S6 Edge apart is the additional functionalities its curved display brings along.

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Notifications and messages can be accessed from the edge using the new ‘People Edge’ mode wherein you can set upto 5 contacts and have shortcut access to them via swiping gesture on the Edge of the display. You can even set a specific color to flash when a particular person calls. The edge on the display can also double up as a bedside clock with Night Clock mode ‘On’. These functionalities to some extent do extend the capabilities a flagship device is expected to offer, bring in various new dimensions with the dual-curved edge display.

Samsung Note 5 : Android Lollipop OS with TouchWiz UI

Apple iPhone 6s Plus vs Samsung Note 5 vs Galaxy S6 Edge Plus (4)

Same old story! A beast of a device with top-of-the-line internals, a re-invented design language and the World’s most famous OS on hands only to be marred by the bloatware Samsung’s TouchWiz UI infects this ultra-powerful device with. Mind you, both the Android, with Android Lollipop, and the TouchWiz UI are at the top of their game right now offering the most slick UI they ever have been till date, still, there’s nothing that can beat the Stock Android’s flawlessness and overall-polished feel, not even iOS perhaps. While Apple seems to have found a new winner on its hand with the 3D Touch support on iPhone 6s Plus, giving Note 5’s Stylus aesthetics a run for its money with the claim of the former being used more widely and regularly than the latter. But then, the S Pen functionalities such as letting users scribble on the screen directly without even unlocking the device or annotating PDF directly without having to take screenshots first or the split-screen functionalities, Note 5 has surely taken shorter but firmer steps to help it have better multitasking capabilities.

Winner : Google Nexus 6P

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 – Camera

Google Nexus 6P : 12.3 MP, 4608 x 2592 pixels, laser autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash rear camera, 8 MP front facing camera

An area for which Google’s Nexus devices have faced the most flak, the camera setup on the Nexus 6P does try to improve on the lost ground, but still feels precarious to its competition. Improving largely on the night-life photography as compared to its predecessors, Nexus 6P still loses out to its competition on the day-light photography, by some margin, thanks to its camera setup that turns up with warmer-than-actual colors, throwing color saturation and production overboard and giving its pictures an artificial feeling.

Apple iPhone 6s : 12 MP, 4032 x 3024 pixels, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash rear camera, 5 MP front facing camera

Bumping the camera setup from 8MP to 12MP for Rear camera and 1.2MP to 5MP for front snapper, iPhone 6s offers improvements not only on the hardware front but a plethora of them on the software front. Be it the Retina flash, that lights up the screen up three times brighter that normal, touted to help you take brighter selfies in dim light or the Live Pictures that help you capture a second-and-a-half both before and after a picture is clicked and animate it later, Apple has tried to regain lost ground in the Camera department. But then, the lack of Optical Image stabilization that features on the Galaxy flagships and even its bigger sibling- 6S Plus is dearly missed. Still, by no stretch of imagination can the iPhone’s camera prowess be considered to be filthy largely due to the intuitive UI iOS’ camera app has, plus all the minor under-the-hood improvements that result in better image reproduction, shutter-speed and overall stability.

Apple iPhone 6s Plus : 12 MP, 4032 x 3024 pixels, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash rear camera, 5 MP front facing camera

Bumping the camera setup from 8MP to 12MP for Rear camera and 1.2MP to 5MP for front snapper, iPhone 6s Plus offers improvements not only on the hardware front but a plethora of them on the software front. Be it the Retina flash, that lights up the screen up three times brighter that normal, touted to help you take brighter selfies in dim light or the Live Pictures that help you capture a second-and-a-half both before and after a picture is clicked and animate it later, Apple has tried to regain lost ground in the Camera department. Add to this the Optical image stabilization system embedded, faster shutter speed, 4K Video Recording capabilities, Slo-mo at an incredible 240FPS and a steller low-light photography setup, 6s Plus’ camera surely offers the most snappy, crisp performance an iPhone has ever had.

Samsung Galaxy S6 : 16 MP, 2988 x 5312 pixels, optical image stabilization, autofocus, LED flash rear camera, 5 MP front facing camera

Well, same old story. Samsung has been giving Apple’s renowned Camera setup  a run for its money ever since but what makes Apple’s camera standout is it intuitive and crisp nature, as briefed above. But then, zoom into the pictures taken by S6 and iPhone 6s side-by-side and surely Samsung comes out with better detailed pictures in both natural & low-light photography. The over-saturated colors on the photos might well dent the natural colors, but then, they are so pleasing to the eyes that you surely can’t hate it. Well, a close call on the rear-camera setup for sure, slightly in S6′ favor! For the Selfie cameras then, Apple has a prolific camera setup that Samsung still can only dream of competing. Be it the various color modes or the added ‘Retina Flash’, iPhone’s Selfies still earn those bragging rights, authoritatively.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge : 16 MP, 2988 x 5312 pixels, optical image stabilization, autofocus, LED flash rear camera, 5 MP front facing camera

An unchanged camera setup to that on the S6 makes little to no difference in the overall camera quality.

Samsung Note 5 : 16 MP, 5312 x 2988 pixels, optical image stabilization, autofocus, LED flash rear camera, 5 MP front facing camera

Samsung has been giving Apple’s renowned Camera setup a run for its money ever since but what makes Apple’s camera standout is it intuitive and crisp nature, as briefed above. While on zooming into the pictures taken by iPhone 6s Plus and Note 5 result in slightly better detailed pictures in both natural & low-light photography by Note 5′ camera, it does fall short on various fronts such as 4K recording capabilities with a restricted limit of 5 minutes or the Slo-mo videos that maxes-out at 120FPS compared to 240FPS as that on 6s Plus. Apart from this, Note 5 seems to produce warmer, over-saturated colors on the photos in nigh-light photography that might well dent the natural colors, but then, they are so pleasing to the eyes that you surely can’t hate it. For the Day-light photography, Note 5 seems to in-turn produce lighter-colored pictures as compared to iPhone 6s Plus, resulting in more brighter, well-lit up pictures. For the Selfie cameras then, Apple has a prolific camera setup that Samsung still can only dream of competing. Be it the various color modes or the added ‘Retina Flash’, iPhone’s Selfies still earn those bragging rights, authoritatively.

Winner : Samsung Galaxy devices

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 – Battery life

Google Nexus 6P : Non-removable Li-Po 3450 mAh battery

With quick charging technology up its sleeve, Nexus 6P makes up for one of the most compelling battery performers of the competition, with it standing out for 12-14 hours on heavy usage and a full day on medium to light usage, a bliss for smartphone of this era.

Apple iPhone 6s : Non-removable Li-Po 1715 mAh battery

What makes up for a battery that’s strangely cut down to smaller capacity as compared to the predecessor, iPhone’s battery still claims to get you through a day without charge. A better battery management aesthetics with detailed battery consumption details drawn app-wise plus a Low-Power mode that claims to increase the overall battery backup by 2-3 hours, iPhone’s battery does have the upper hand on the Samsung flagships for sure.

Apple iPhone 6s Plus : Non-removable Li-Po 2750 mAh battery

What makes up for a battery that’s strangely cut down to smaller capacity as compared to the predecessor, iPhone’s battery still claims to get you through a day without charge. A better battery management aesthetics with detailed battery consumption details drawn app-wise plus a Low-Power mode that claims to increase the overall battery backup by 2-3 hours, iPhone’s battery does have the upper hand on the Samsung flagships for sure

Samsung Galaxy S6 : Non-removable Li-Ion 2550 mAh battery

A larger screen and a battery-hungry processor to feed to, Samsung’s S6 does fall short with a very moderate battery backup. But where Samsung scores heavily is the support for both wired and wireless charging options plus faster-charging technology that gets the S6 faster out-of-the-block with upto 20% battery charge for mere 10 minutes of charging.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge : Non-removable Li-Ion 2600 mAh battery

A slightly bigger battery, perhaps for the little curved edges? Well, it still disappoints like its sibling Galaxy S6 to say the least.

Samsung Note 5 : Non-removable Li-Po 3000 mAh battery

A larger screen and a battery-hungry processor to feed to, Samsung’s Note 5 does fall short with a very moderate battery backup. But where Samsung scores heavily is the support for both wired and wireless charging options plus faster-charging technology that gets the S6 faster out-of-the-block with upto 20% battery charge for mere 10 minutes of charging.

Winner : Samsung Galaxy devices (for faster charging & both wired & wireless charging options)

Google Nexus 6P vs Apple iPhone 6s vs 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs S6 Edge vs Note 5 : VERDICT

First up, there’s no doubt that all of these 7 devices are hugely powerful, hugely popular and consequently, would be sold in Millions. What we try and bring to you, here at GeekViz, is the first-user review for all of these flagships to help you steer clear of any doubts, conceptions or indecision you might be facing to find out the best of the lot. While all of these flagships try and improve on there predecessors shortfalls, they are still found wanting on various issues that need to fixed ASAP! For iPhone’s, it’s time Apple considers a serious update to its aging Retina display to stand a chance to compete with the ones fitted on the Samsung flagships plus improvements such as faster-charging technologies and dumping 16GB entry model. Samsung then seems to be going two-steps-forward-one-step-back by letting go of the removable battery, expandable storage and water-resistance capabilities. Also, the long overdue call for Samsung to stop infecting its ultra-powerful devices with the stupid TouchWiz bloatware has had no ears so far. For Google, it has been a reassuring year of Nexus device release but it still needs to step up its camera prowess in order to let its flagship have any chances of competing with the rest of the competition. But then, what Samsung Galaxy S6 does bring to the table is its exuberant display quality, redefined design language and a prolific camera setup, only to be exaggerated on the S6 Edge with dual-curved display doubling up to offer extensive list of features and Note 5  with its better body-to-screen ratio and stylus compatibility. Coming to Apple iPhones, with iPhone 6s & 6S Plus, Apple manages to improve on its forte with ever-so-slick and polished iOS plus the largely-improved camera setup and a new 3D touch setup that in-cooperates new dimension of touch based on the sensitivity of touch made. It’s compelling to know that Apple devices still keep intact that flagship quotient for not only its look, but also for its stupendous real-world performance. Lastly, Google’s Huawei manufactured Nexus 6P comes out as the best Nexus device till date not only for its stellar looks, but also for its stock Android UI that offers the best Android experience in the market. In a nutshell then, all of these smartphone do improve on their predecessors in a certain way and are still the best flagships you can choose from with all of it coming down to personal preferences amongst the iOS and Android.

 

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