iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 shares the same spotlight in terms of it’s company’s smartphone flagship. iPhone 6 is Apple’s latest high-end phone while the latter is Samsung’s latest flagship phone. These two phones resembles from each other from its design, features, and the cost. Now, the question is, what makes this phones differ from one another?
The new Samsung Galaxy S6 platform supports wireless charging that has a separate wireless charger, when charging, all that you need is to put the phone to its wireless charging pad. The Samsung S6 has a built-in heart-rate monitor through its LED flash that can also measure blood oxygen saturation. This is not the most accurate kinds of heart-rate monitors but a good option. iPhone 6 has the same feature through its LED flash, but the difference is you need to install a particular app to do it. Samsung Galaxy S6 has an exceptionally impressive screen with higher resolution compared to iPhone 6. S6 has a large and super sharp screen in a 5.1-inch AMOLED 2,560×1,440-pixel resolution (577 ppi), while iPhone 6 has a 4.7-inch 1,344×750 IPS (326 ppi) display. However, the iPhone 6 has an option of five-plus-inch screen, the iPhone 6 plus that is more expensive than the iPhone 6. Additionally, Samsung S6 paired with Samsung Gear VR headset gives an immersive video-watching and game-playing experience. Galaxy Samsung S6 runs in Android 5.0 Lollipop, while Apple iPhone 6 in iOS 8.
Despite the differences of these two flagship phones they still have something in common, like both phones have fingerprint scanners, both have their own NFC-based mobile payment systems and these two phone are engineered using high – end materials, with a non-removable batter and has fixed storage. Further, these phones have sensors and motion processors that can track movement.
Indeed these are great and powerful high-end phones.