Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Apple iPhone 6 : Which is best ?
The latest flagship from Samsung- the Galaxy S6 edge is now available in the Indian market. After some lull, the South Korean giant seems to be back with an edge (literally). The new smartphone especially seems to take on Apple’s iPhone 6. So, if you are in the market for a high-end smartphone, the task of choosing the better one gets even tougher. Take a look at Samsung Galaxy S6 edge vs Apple iPhone 6
The Apple iPhone 6 features a 4.7 inch IPS display while the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge rocks a 5.1 inch Super AMOLED panel. In clear terms, the Galaxy S6 edge certainly has an edge over display with its 2K panel. Both of them offer wide viewing angels and vivid colors. But Samsung gets thumbs up for its higher resolution panel and curved display.
Samsung’s Galaxy S6 edge runs on latest Android Lollipop with its Touchwiz UI layer. The smartphone sports a minimalist look as Samsung has reduced bloatware and the apps that come preloaded. Whereas iPhone ^ comes with the latest iOS 8 which has recently been upgraded to iOS 8.3 which offers more fixes and features and an improved battery life.
You could easily call the Galaxy S6 edge the fastest Android smartphone. It is counted amongst the best performers we have seen so far. You can easily switch between tasks and running apps on it is child’s play. When fully charged, the battery can run up to 14-15 hours. On the other hand, specifications don’t really matter in case of iPhone as the software and hardware is customizable by Apple. The OS runs very smoothly and battery can last up to 11-12 hours from one charge.
This time around, Samsung’s focus is on features like heart rate sensor, health features and an infrared port that can act as a universal remote. There are no features like motion or gesture control. The iPhone 6 too doesn’t boast of any special features instead focuses its attention on a smoother UI navigation.
The Galaxy S6 edge has a 16MP rear and 5MP front facing camera. Apple on the other hand doesn’t believe in megapixels and focuses only on image quality. It features an 8MP rear camera.
No matter the brand, it ultimately comes down to expectations from your smartphone and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge is a clear winner.