Samsung is preparing to launch a device called Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, which is supposedly an improved version of the company’s last year’s gizmo. The latter gizmo is presumed to compete against Apple’s new device, iPhone 6 Plus. Let’s have a quick glance at these two devices and see which has a better chance of being number one:
The S6 Edge Plus is presumed to have the following measurements: 154.45×75.80×6.85 mm as well as a 5.5-inch display. Based on these measurements, it should be a lot wider and a lot taller than its predecessor the S6 Edge device.
The iPhone 6 Plus measures: 58.1mmx77.8 mmx7.1 mm and it also has a 5.5 inch display. The device also comes equipped with a LED-backlit widescreen, a Multi-Touch display that comes integrated with state-of-the-art IPS technology.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is said to be fired-up by a hexacore Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor whereas the iPhone 6 Plus came out with an A8 chip as well as an M8 motion coprocessor. According to Apple’s claims, the chipset is one of the fastest one unveiled by the company.
A report issued from Geeky Gadgets claim that the S6 Edge Plus will contain 3 GB of RAM and may also have the following storage options: 32GB, 64 GB as well as 128 GB.
As for the iPhone 6 Plus, it has 16GB, 64GB and 128GB options.
In terms of camera features, the S6 Edge Plus may roll out with a 16 megapixel rear snapper as well as a 5 megapixel front facing one while the Apple device, is equipped with an 8-megapixel iSight camera, plus autofocus. Users also get to enjoy optical image stabilization and an enhanced face detection addition.
We still aren’t sure of the final price for the S6 Edge Plus, but some say it might end costing a lot more than its predecessor, the S6 Edge device.
The iPhone 6 Plus can be acquired somewhere between $299.99 -$749.76.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge may also contain:
- an accelerometer
- a wireless type of charging
- Smart Stay
- OneDrive ( up to 115 GB storage)
- active noise annulment with a microphone addition
- S-Voice voice commands( useful for firing-up your apps)
Most of these features are ready to face the mighty iPhone 6 Plus, so the battle is definitely on.