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Apple and Samsung have been at it since 2007. Every year a new iPhone is released, Samsung has an answer to it for the Android lovers. Apple revealed its next two iPhones yesterday; The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are basically identical to their predecessors, but they have been pimped internally to be faster and also be capable of some neat new tricks like 3D Touch. Samsung last months released the new Galaxy Note 5 and The Galaxy s6 Edge Plus, both having the highest specs any phone should have in 2015 (minus the SD card expansion or removable battery we were used to). From new design and build materials, to 4 GB of RAM to 16 MP cameras to the curved screen versions of their major flagships the new Samsung offerings have it all to battle with Apple’s iPhones.
At the end of the day it comes down to user experience, preference or can we say fan “boysim” but for those who are neutral and looking for something new, the chart below, will help you compare the iPhones compare to today’s Galaxy smartphones. Always remember its not all about the specs or what you see on paper.
|iPhone 6S||iPhone 6S Plus||Galaxy S6||Galaxy Note 5|
|Processor||Apple A9||Apple A9||Exynos 7420 (2.1GHz and 1.5GHz, octa-core)||Exynos 7420 (2.1GHz and 1.5GHz, octa-core)|
|Memory||16GB, 64GB, 128GB||16GB, 64GB, 128GB||32GB, 64GB, 128GB||32GB, 64GB|
|Resolution||1334 x 750 (HD)||1920 x 1080 (FHD)||2560 x 1440 (QHD)||2560 x 1440 (QHD)|
|Front Camera||12 megapixel, with LED||12 megapixel, with LED||16 megapixel, with LED||16 megapixel, with LED|
|Front Camera||5 megapixel||5 megapixel||5 megapixel||5 megapixel|
|Battery Life||1,715mAh||10 hours estimated||2,550mAh||3,000mAh|
|Dimensions (inches)||5.44 by 2.64 by 0.28||6.23 x 3.07 x 0.29||2.75 x 5.59 x 0.27||2.99 x 6.03 x 0.29|
|Other||3D Touch, 2nd generation Touch ID||3D Touch, 2nd generation Touch ID||Fingerprint sensor, edge version||Fingerprint sensor, S Pen, edge plus version|