Know which is better choice a iPhone 6s or Samsung Galaxy S7
Samsung and Apple are the two nearest rivals in arena of Mobile phones, and Samsung is Apple’s biggest fear from the world of Android.
A comparative analysis of iPhone 6s and Samsung Galaxy S7 to help you choose the right smartphone for you.
Design and display: The Galaxy S7 and the iPhone 6s have the similar look as both their earlier models. Both the phones have metal bodies with glass screens.Size and weight wise, the iPhone is a thinner and lighter phone – it is 7.1mm thin and weighs 143 grams. On the other hand, the S7 is 7.9mm and weighs 152 grams. The S7 has a larger display with 5.1-inch screen while the iPhone 6s has a 4.7 inch display. So, users who prefer a lighter and smaller screen can opt for the iPhone.
Processor: The iPhone comes with a powerful A9 chip, while the S7 gets Samsung Exynos 8890. If we take a look at the storage, the Galaxy S7 starts at 32GB and also comes in a 64GB version. It can be expanded by another 200GBs with a microSD card slot. iPhone 6s, on the other hand, offers a 128GB option as well, which the S7 does not. Samsung has a larger RAM of 4GB and iPhone 6s has a total RAM of 2GB, which is lesser than S7.
Software: The Galaxy S7 comes with an Android Marshmallow 6.0 skinned with Samsung’s own TouchWiz user interface, which could cause problems as the company will have to take care of all the features after every Android update. As for the iPhone, updating iOS is simple and easy and also offers a seamless and smooth experience.
Camera: Samsung has a good camera but not better than the iPhone. Samsung has tried working on the camera bump and reduced it with better quality lenses. Both have 5MP front and 12MP rear cameras. However, the S7 features f/1.7 aperture and the iPhone 6s has a f/2.2 aperture. This means the S7 can take much better night shots. But the use of sappier lenses by the iPhone makes for great daylight photos.
Battery: The Galaxy S7 comes with a 3000 mAh battery and the iPhone packs a 1715 mAh. Samsung has a higher mAH battery, however how long the phone’s battery lasts also depends upon how well the software works to conserve power. So iPhone also gives a tough fight in terms of battery with its ability to conserve power. Read below for a chart of comparison.