Top 2016 Galaxy S7 vs iPhone 6S specification comparison:-
There will be a more competition regarding this year 2016 among Galaxy S7 vs iPhone 6S.
About Samsung Galaxy S7:-
Samsung has announced the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge handsets. They are the firm’s two new flagship smartphones to coincide with MWC 2016. Here’s everything you need to know about the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge including release date, price, specs and new features. Also see: Samsung Galaxy S7 review and Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
As We known that galaxy S7 has introduced its specifications on 21st february and price cannot be known.Android 6.0 Marshmallow and TouchWiz are pre-loaded with new features including that aforementioned always on display. The Galaxy S7 edge will get improved and new functionality via that curved screen. Users can access double the amount of apps at 10 plus there’s a new thing called ‘task edge’ which is like a computer macro for quickly doing something – like taking a selfie or sending a set message.
Top 2016 Galaxy S7 vs iPhone 6S specification comparison
Dimensions and design:
Galaxy S7: 142x70x7.9mm, 152g
iPhone 6S: 138x67x7.1mm, 143g
Unsurprisingly, the smaller-screened iPhone 6S is easily the more pocket-friendly with tighter dimensions and a lower weight. The Galaxy S7’s curved glass back looks temptingly lavish, but we’d prefer the durability and fingerprint resistance of Apple’s aluminium unibody.
However, the Galaxy S7 strikes back with IP68 certification dust- and water-proofing and can survive being left in a bath for half an hour, let alone a drop in a puddle. The iPhone 6S, by contrast, has some added internal gaskets but the Lightning port, speaker, headphone jack and SIM slot are all weak points for encroaching moisture.
Galaxy S7: 5.1in, 2560×1440 resolution at 577ppi
iPhone 6S: 4.7in, 1334×750 resolution at 326ppi, 3D Touch
The upside of a bigger form factor, of course, is a more spacious screen. The Galaxy S7 beats the iPhone 6S in this regard, although it’s the resolution where Samsung’s effort really pulls ahead, offering nearly twice the pixels and a much higher density, ultimately resulting in greater sharpness.
Galaxy S7: Android 6.0 Marshmallow with TouchWiz
iPhone 6S: iOS 9
Both of these systems are the best in their respective series. Android 6.0 finally adds native app search and indexing, as well as a wonderfully privacy-focused permissions model where users can customise exactly what data an individual app can access before and after installing it.
iOS 9, meanwhile, features six-digit passcode support and two-factor authentication, as well as reworked apps that can use the Metal API to save battery while running faster.
The two are pretty much evenly matched in terms of desirable features, but those who like to keep their device as up-to-date as possible should note that Samsung has skinned the Galaxy S7’s OS with TouchWiz. This does add some welcome functionality, such as Samsung Knox which creates encrypted secure areas in the device’s storage, but it delays future Android updates, as opposed to the iPhone 6S which will receive iOS 9 patches as soon as they appear.
Galaxy S7: Samsung Exynos 8890 (four 2.3GHz cores, four 1.6GHz cores, 4GB RAM)
iPhone 6S: Apple A9 (two 1.8GHz cores, 2GB of RAM)
Galaxy S7: 12MP rear-facing with 4K video, 5MP front-facing
iPhone 6S: 12MP rear-facing with 4K video, 5MP front-facing
Galaxy S7: 3,000mAh
iPhone 6S: 1,715mAh
It’s a clean win for Samsung on paper. The firm has addressed complaints that the Galaxy S6’s 2,550mAh unit lacked sufficient stamina, while Apple elected to shrink the iPhone 6S’s battery from the iPhone 6’s 1,810mAh.
Again, Apple has a way of squeezing high performance out of seemingly low specs, and the iPhone 6S’s score of nine hours and seven minutes in our video loop test is well above average. Even so, we’d be extremely surprised if the Galaxy S7’s upgraded battery couldn’t seriously contest it.
Galaxy S7: 32GB/64GB, microSD (up to 200GB)
iPhone 6S: 16GB/64GB/128GB
The iPhone 6S remains an excellent smartphone, combining sleek craftsmanship and huge power in a way that most other manufacturers have struggled to match, let alone beat.
The Galaxy S7, however, has the best chance of any device so far to knock Apple off the top of the market. It’s outstandingly specced with powerful innards and highly functional features, from a microSD card slot to a gigantic battery, that just make a smartphone easier to live with. We don’t know whether the Galaxy S7 will help Samsung shake its second-place position, but it arguably deserves to. µ