Talking about big screens and elegant displays, the first thing that comes to our mind is Samsung. The Korean company has always remained one step ahead of the game when it comes to eye catching screen sizes and displays. Samsung with its Galaxy Note series has always enjoyed market supremacy but this is all about to change very quickly as Apple’s latest iPhone 6 plus has emerged as the biggest threat to Samsung
Please read on for a comparison between these two mega phones.
Size does matter when we talk about smartphones but bigger is not always the better as there are other factors to be considered as well. As smartphones enter a new horizon of “phablets” the ease at which you use your hand held device becomes essentially important. Here, the all-new iPhone 6 plus is slightly ahead of Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Wondering why? Well, iPhone 6 has a sweet 5.5’’ full HD screen, which is more in length as compared to Note 4, which on the other hand is slightly broader. So, the taller & less broad style of latest iPhone enables its users to use the phone more comfortably. Yes, we mean without dropping it off while texting.
Apple has always been known for its intriguing designs but this perception may quickly be changing. Talking about the design, Galaxy Note 4 is much thicker & slightly heavier than its counterpart, which gives its users a nice feeling when they hold it. It is not that iPhone 6 Plus is weirdly designed but here, Samsung with its new Note 4 has just a slight advantage that wins it the “design trophy”
Now this is very tricky, it is hard to pass on a verdict about who wins the “battle display” here as both smartphones have world’s most advanced technology when it comes to display. Samsung, with its reputation of giving consumers bright, beautiful & vibrant displays have lived up to its expectations once again. Galaxy Note 4 has Super Amoled, QHD with 1440x2560p, a display that is worth the price and hype. Apple on the other hand has its traditional but most advanced Full HD display with 1080x1920p. The numbers might be smaller but Apple’s most loyal consumers think it has everything right about the display.
Speed and performance is one of the crucial factors that can make or break the success of any smartphone. But we are not talking about ordinary phones here. It is not the question of poor speed but who has a better computing excellence. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has one of the best configurations available for Android phones. It comes with 2.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor coupled with staggering 3GB of RAM. Jaw dropping, isn’t it? iPhone 6 Plus has Apple’s own dual-core A8 processor with 1GB of RAM. The numbers here can be misleading, as Apple has never relied too much on high-end specifications against its great performance.
If you’re still clueless about which phone to choose, we don’t blame you. These 2 phones are the world’s most advanced smartphones. They have their own benefits & drawbacks and above all, their own loyal consumers all around the world.