Samsung Galaxy S6, iPhone 6 Plus Comparison

When it comes down to it, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus are both good choices for smartphones, but each is, of course, different in its own way. Samsung’s Galaxy line has been known for innovative features and the nearly endless customization its OS allows for. Meanwhile, the iPhone 6 Plus is still one of the more popular phone brands, and offers a more stable OS that’s less prone to bugs, as well as a host of other new features including a bigger screen, expanded Siri capabilities, and the power to search apps and the web right from the phone’s home screen.

Both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the iPhone 6 essentially accomplish the same things, only in different ways. While the iTunes app manages your music on Apple devices, Samsung’s Galaxy phones offer Amazon Music, which stores music in the cloud as well as playing your Galaxy’s music inside the Amazon app. As discovered, the Galaxy S6 is already getting updates in Korea that involve new stuff, including bubble-shaped icons, the Samsung Pay app, and live broadcasting to YouTube. If you’re anxious and want the S6 update now, it can be downloaded and flashed manually onto S6 devices via

Bubble-shaped icons for apps and contacts on Galaxy S6 Edge. The new update to the Galaxy S6 will add this icon-style to standard S6 phones. [Image Credit:]

Additionally, the Galaxy S6 will offer a method of wirelessly charging the phone.

Samsung Galaxy S6, Apple iPhone 6 Plus Comparision

The iPhone 6 Plus’ camera also gives Galaxy phones a run for their money by introducing new camera features, including a 1080p pixel resolution and the ability to shoot time-lapse videos. The Samsung Galaxy S6, in comparison, lets users quickly launch its camera by double tapping the home button. The Galaxy S6 also boasts a 5 megapixel camera in front, with a 16 MP camera in the back. Like the iPhone, the Galaxy S6 has several special camera features. The Galaxy’s camera effects include a time-lapse function, a timer, and the ability to take video and pictures at the same time.

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