Samsung Galaxy S6: 16-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front camera, optical image stabilization, single LED flash
Apple iPhone 6: 8-megapixel iSight camera, face detection, noise reduction, dual LED flash
If you are looking for a good phone camera, both Samsung and Apple can make it hard to take a decision.While Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with a powerful 16-megapixel rear camera and HD video recording capability, iPhone 6 Plus features new and improved 8-megapixel iSight camera that lets you take great photos and record 1080p HD videos at 60 fps. However, the former beats the competition with its 5-megapixel front camera that is perfect for clicking the best “selfies” ever.
To shoot photos and videos in challenging light conditions, S6 ensures the best value for money. And if you are looking for enhanced image quality, iPhone 6 Plus is the choice for you. There are some features that come in both the phones such as Optical Image Stabilization, continuous auto focus, picture-taking during video recording, and video calling. While iPhone offers a more enhanced video recording capability, S6 features High Dynamic Range (HDR) that lets you take stunning photos and videos even in poor light conditions. However, dual LED flash in iPhone 6 Plus lets you have enhanced image clarity and richness.
Samsung Galaxy S6: 32GB, 64GB, 128GB; no MicroSD card slot; 3GB RAM
Apple iPhone 6 Plus: 16GB, 64GB, 128GB; no MicroSD card slot; 1GB RAM
When it comes to storage, both Samsung and iPhone 6 Plus are at par. Samsung has walked into the footsteps of Apple this time, with no slot for MicroSD card, though this has stirred a lot of controversies. However, at the same time, the Smartphone is available up to 128 GB internal storage space that is ideal to store unlimited photos, videos, movies, games and apps. Same applies for Apple iPhone as well, though the entry level is 16GB memory. Here, Samsung offers 32GB storage at a price almost near to that of iPhone 6 Plus 16GB memory.
However, the price range of 128GB Galaxy S6 is much higher than 128GB iPhone 6 Plus. On the other hand, the former comes with 3GB RAM, which is thrice of what you would get in iPhone. Though this is a close draw, Samsung is a better choice at entry level, while Apple wins when it comes to buying a Smartphone with 128GB memory.