You may have seen quite a few performance benchmarks, which have shown that the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus that come with just a dual-core processor and 1GB RAM outperform Android flagships that come with higher clocked quad-core processors with lot more RAM.
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Apple unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with larger displays earlier this month, to better compete with Android manufacturers like Samsung and HTC.
We’ve seen several celebrities and tech industry leaders like Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and many more take the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness and donations towards the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.
We’ve already seen plenty of physical mockups of iPhone 6. We’ve seen it in silver, in gold and space gray, it has been compared to an iPhone 5s to give us an idea of how the larger iPhone will stack up against the 4-inch iPhone, the 5th generation iPod touch to highlight the design similarities and even compared to Samsung’s latest flagship Android phone, the Galaxy S5.
According to a new report, over 38% of the people who upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S5 this past week were iPhone owners. The revelation comes from CompareMyMobile, which is a mobile trade-in site.
One of the highlights of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is the built-in hardware heart rate monitor that it comes with. However, these features are already available on other devices, including the iPhones, courtesy of dedicated applications. A new video has now compared the heart rate sensor on the Samsung flagship with the apps that perform the same function on the iPhones to compare which fares better.
When Samsung launched the Galaxy S5 with a fingerprint scanner, it was almost obvious that comparisons will be made with the iPhone 5s, which was in a way the first handset to really take fingerprint sensing technology to the next level. Now, a new video has surfaced which compares the sensors on both the handsets revealing why the iPhone 5s is the real winner.
A new battery life comparison chart has revealed the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S5 as well as iPhone 5s, with contrasting results especially in terms of 3D gaming and talk time. The iPhone 5s marginally edges out the Samsung flagship with regards to battery consumption during web-browsing, which is possibly the only positive out of this comparison for the handset.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is all over the news since the past couple of days for obvious reasons. And while it’s natural to make a note of the important and headline features, it has been typical of Samsung to leave out crucial information from the announcement (Apple is guilty of it as well). Yes, we’re talking about the internal storage of the smartphone, which despite being 16GB, only gives users about 7.86GB of space.
Samsung unveiled its flagship Galaxy S5 Monday at Mobile World Congress. Similar to the iPhone 5s, the Galaxy S5 features a fingerprint sensor that can be used to unlock the handset and perform other functions on the device. The scanner on the S5 is not a clone of Apple’s Touch ID, as there are a few subtle differences that make it unique. Read on to learn how the two fingerprint sensors compare.