Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge vs. iPhone 6S – Display and RAM Makes The Difference
Up until now, Samsung can gloat and say that the Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 are stellar handsets.
But, things have taking a new turn and based on some new reports, the two devices will have to face the likes of iPhone 6S. This is one tight competition.
iPhone 6S is Apple’s newest handset and of course the next in line after the former iPhone 6 device. Apple’s flagship gizmo can be found in two sizes.
Design wise, the Samsung Galaxy S6 rocks a 6.9mm chassis which is made out of aluminum and a glass panel. The iPhone 6S measures 7.1 mm and a series 7000 anodized aluminum body.
Samsung Galaxy S6 has a glossy glass back and a metallic edge whereas the iPhone 6S has a series 7000 aluminum which is supposedly a lot stronger than the basic aluminum material. So, according to Trusted-Reviews, the iPhone wins some ground here.
As far as display, the Galaxy S6 has a 5.1-inch QHD super AMOLED and 2440×1560 pixels resolution whilst the iPhone 6S delivers a 4.7-inch display with 1334×750 IPS LCD Force touch screen.
As far as the power under the hood, the iPhone 6S is juiced up by an A9 64-bit dual core CPU coupled with 2GB of RAM whereas the Samsung Galaxy S6 contains an Exynos 7420 64-bit octa-core processor under the hood and it is coupled with 3GB of RAM.
Moving on to camera units, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge sports a 16MP back end camera and 5MP front one. The latter device has a single LED flash, but it does contain the 4K video support.
iPhone 6S on the other hand rocks a 12MP back end camera as well as the 4K video element. As for the OS, Samsung’s device runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop while Apple’s gizmo functions on iOS 9. In conclusion, the Galaxy S6 Edge device is declared the supreme winner because it packs more RAM and offers a bigger display.