MWC 2015 is ready to meet all those raving anticipations of the fans. It’s a big stage where the big names show their skills. And, we have already something discussion making already in the form Galaxy S6. So, why make it late? Let’s have a comparative analysis.
Display and Dimensions
Galaxy S6 sports a 5.1 inches display of 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution with 576 ppi density. Talking of iPhone 6, it does a fair job with 300 ppi. Both the devices have well protected display through Corningh Gorilla glass arrangement.
The prime reason that Samsung or Apple is leading manufacturers these days is because they have always given extra emphasis over performance. This time as well, the Galaxy S6 is well up to the mark. For better experience, Galaxy S6 has been mated with TouchWiz UI.
Coming to the processing, Galaxy S6 meets the standard through its eight core home Exynos unit, which is certainly impressive enough in comparison with iPhone 6 satisfying its users only through a dual core processor. Though numbers don’t say the real story always, as we know a better combination like with iPhone 6 offer impressive outcome, still for now we should declare S6 as a winner.
Needless is to mention about how crucial cameras can be for making a device successful. Factors like slow motion shooting has brought enough applaud for iPhone 6 in terms o camera. In fact, Galasy S5 was pretty decent as well. Still, on a deciding note we must declare the recent Galaxy S6 as distinguishing for factors like optical image stabilization, Exmor sensor, or 4K shooting capacity.
Battery strength is certainly the part for which Cupertino devices have been targeted always. To be specific, the iPhone 6 offers a 14 hours life. Galaxy S6 packs a Lithium Ion 2550 mAh battery, which is certainly much lesser in comparison on paper in comparison with even Galaxy Note 4 having a 3220 mAh battery. Whatever, but Galaxy S6 certainly towers over rival iPhone 6 (Li-Po 1810 mAh) in this round. The best part this time is Samsung S6 case, keeping the battery at perfect position.
It’s a quite straight forward contest. The Galaxy S6 32 GB editions can be bagged for 699 Euros, the sixty four GB version is tagged at 799 euros. On the other hand, iPhone 6 16 GB version comes at 709.066 euros, and the 64 GB at about 867 euros. We don’t think any further explanation is required to declare the winner of this round.
It’s quite natural that we see a new device coming being revamped every time. Similar is the case for Galaxy S6. However, the way and the extent at which the S6 has been fine tuned is certainly remarkable. Starting from user interface to camera, the device is well fine-tuned. All we can say Samsung must be taking a deep breath now after arrival of S6, and will be able to forget the S5 nightmare as quick as it is possible.