Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Apple’s iPhone 6 are monsters of design and power. They have distinct features and specifications that will blow the mind of users, especially those who understand the significance of higher specs. If you are eyeing your next mobile phone, these 2 flagships may be included in your list. To help you solve the soon-to-be biggest dilemma in your technology-driven life, here is a thorough comparison of Samsung S6 and iPhone 6. 

The Samsung S6 and iPhone 6 are both LTE-capable and Wi-Fi-ready devices. Both are also compatible with Strike Alpha Cradle for minimal driving distraction. In addition, they can benefit from the car mount’s signal-boosting capabilities. The latter was released in September 2014, while the former is still very much anticipated by many. The new Samsung flagship phones were announced during the MWC 2015 held in Barcelona, Spain. 



Both devices have fingerprint sensors and are very slim at 6.9 mm. However, the Samsung S6 will be slightly bigger at 5.64 inches compared to the 5.44 inches body of the iPhone 6. The former will be heavier with 138 grams compared to the latter’s 129 grams. Samsung S6 will feature a 5.0 inches Super AMOLED with 577 ppi pixel density. On the other hand, the iPhone 6 looks very sleek already with its 4.7 inches of LED-backlit IPS LCD and 326 ppi pixel density. Lastly, the S6 will use Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and TouchWiz UI whereas the iPhone 6 has shatter-proof glass, oleophobic coating and Display Zoom. POWER Samsung S6 will have the Android OS 5.0 (Lollipop) while the iPhone 6 has the up-to-date iOS 8, which is upgradable to iOS 8.1.3. The S6 will be powerful with an Exynos 7420 chipset and Mali-T760 GPU. It will also boast high-speed and lag-free browsing and gaming experience with the Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 1.9 GHz Cortex-A57 CPU. On the other hand, the iPhone 6 will not accept defeat as it is also powerful and fast with a Dual-core 1.4 GHz Cyclone (ARM v8-based). It features the exclusive Apple A8 chipset and PowerVR GX6450 (quad-core graphics).