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Samsung Galaxy S6 VS iPhone 6

Comparing the two behemoths, iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S6, requires complete knowledge about both the products. With cutting edge technologies and features in both corners, declaring one as superior in this comparison might be a very difficult thing to do. These two are certainly two of the absolute bests of the bests right now. Although the iPhone 6 was dominating the market alone for a while, the new Samsung Galaxy S6 has somehow made significant room for it in the market, making things more interesting than ever. So, without any further ado, here is the shootout between these two most popular Smartphones in the market at the moment.

Samsung Galaxy S6 is 6.9mm thick, weighs 138g, includes glass panel and aluminum unibody and comes in Blue Topaz/ Gold Platinum/ Black Sapphire/ White Pearl. On the other hand, iPhone 6 is 6.9mm thick, weighs 129g, includes anodized aluminum back, and comes in Gold / Silver / space Grey.
Both Samsung Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6 brought great changes in their respective company’s design philosophies. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus finally decided to follow the large screen trend. And Samsung Galaxy S6 came out of their preference of materials to create a unique plastic made look on their phones. As a result, Samsung Galaxy S6 has caught up with iPhone 6 by delivering an outstanding look. Samsung Galaxy S6 by all means is quite equal to iPhone 6 in terms of design, look and materials used.

iPhone 6: 504 nits brightness, 326 ppi, 1334 x 750 IPS LCD and 4.7-inch
Samsung Galaxy S6: 536 nits brightness, 577ppi, QHD ‘2K’ Super AMOLED and 5.1-inch
Size is certainly the biggest difference between these two amazing devices. Samsung Galaxy S6, by carrying a considerably larger screen than iPhone 6, allows some additional room for better video viewing, web browsing and reading.
Next comes the resolution, Samsung Galaxy S6 includes the identical resolution upgrade as included in Samsung Note 4 and consequently, it can produce sharper image than that of iPhone 6. Although the debate of how handy 2k displays are in a small screen is still on, the difference you see by looking closely is quite ignorable. If you are looking for advanced technology, then Samsung Galaxy S6 is the clear winner here.

iPhone 6: 1GB RAM, PowerVR GX6450 GPU, Apple A8 64-bit dual-core 1.4GHz
Samsung Galaxy S6: 3GB RAM, Mali T760 GPU, Exynos 7420 64-bit octa-core
The iPhone 6 includes 1GB of RAM, a dual-core 64-bit chip GPU attached and the very popular Apple’s punchy A8 CPU. This is a unique step taken by them if compared with the android chip makers, who usually prefer a quad core GPU and 2 GB ram.
But the 64-bit Exynos 7420 chip that is included in the Samsung Galaxy S6 offers a very parallel octa-core set-up to the very popular Snapdragon 810 and delivers a slick, overall performance.
If you compare these phones by the Geekbench 3 multi-core benchmark tests then the winner is certainly S6. But the everyday usage must be considered and in that regard both sets have been found to perform fascinatingly well.

In terms of comparing between the software the question that comes to mind is “Android or iOS”?
Although the Apple’s mobile operating system comes out as winner if you value an easy and smooth learning curve with a slick experience. But if you value greater customization options and complicated and expert settings, then android is certainly the best fit for you.
It is easy to use an iPhone and you won’t take much time to figure out what is what. This simplicity is sometimes the biggest reason for the unique experience of iPhone 6.

Is good camera is often the indicator of a good smartphone. In terms of these two sets both have cameras that can satisfy the needs of photography enthusiasts. Featuring top notch quality, both of these phones have taken mobile photography to the next level. You have to see the quality for yourself then judge, compare and select one according to your tastes.
Samsung Galaxy S6 includes a 16-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera with a single LED flash and optical image stabilization. While the iPhone 6 includes an 8 megapixel camera with phase detection dual LED ‘True Tone’ flashes.

Winner: Both
One final thing that must be said there is actually no ultimate winner between these two because in the cases of such two top notch smartphones, the beauty is certainly in the eyes of the beholder. Because it’s all about the experience it provides. And it depends greatly on your outlook, views and tastes.