Galaxy S6 vs. iPhone 6 Plus
Apple and Samsung’s flagship phones, the iPhone 6 plus and Galaxy S6, are sure to dominate the smartphone world this year. Both phones are remarkably similar, in design, features and cost, but there are some telltale differences.
We can’t say enough good things about Samsung’s excellent Galaxy S6. The company has built an impressive all around Android phone—among the best we’ve ever seen—and a big part of what makes it so great is the device’s camera. Past Samsung phones have always been competitive in terms of imaging, but the Galaxy S6 makes a case for being the best out there.
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To really put it to the test, we decided to pit it against the iPhone 6 Plus. This isn’t a 1:1 comparison between devices; we won’t spend time talking about design, or battery life, or app selection. Instead, we’re entirely interested in how the images compare in a variety of different shooting situations (lowlight, bright light, etc.).
Even further, we’re going to focus on the stock software offered by each phone. While we stuck to auto modes for all the pictures you see in this post, it’s important to note that the shooting experience on the Galaxy S6 is different compared to the iPhone 6 Plus. By and large, however, most consumers will mostly be interested in turning the camera on, pointing at a subject, and taking a picture.
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