If you’re looking for the best possible performance from your next smartphone, the iPhone 6 and the Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge are likely to be two of the devices you’re considering. But which is actually faster? See how they stack up against each other in a real-life speed comparison in the video below.
One of the many improvements Samsung made to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge was a brand new fingerprint scanner that no longer requires a swipe, but a simple tap, just like Apple’s Touch ID. But is it as good as Touch ID? Find out in this comparison video.
Samsung is set to announce its new Galaxy S6 at an Unpacked event on March 1, but thanks to these leaked pictures, you don’t have to wait until then to see it. In fact, it may already look familiar, because it appears to take many design cues from its biggest rival, the iPhone 6.
Samsung has entered into an agreement with Apple that will see it supplying at least half of the LPDDR4 chips that the Cupertino company will be using inside the “iPhone 6s,” according to a report from The Korea Times. If other suppliers are unable to fulfill Apple’s requirements, the company may ask Samsung to supply them with more chips.