iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Comparison: Which One is Better?

iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 6: Which is best for you to buy?

Note 6 and iPhone 7

Both phones iPhone 7 and Galaxy Note 6 were released in the year 2016. To figure out which one is good for you. We have compared this both devices and given our verdict for the best.

iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 6: Display

It is said that Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will have a 6-inch flexible screen. In fact, we tend to believe that Note 6 will be having the same screen as Note 5. However, given that Galaxy Note 6 would have a 4000 mAh battery power, it is perhaps because of more power consumption caused by a bigger screen.

Apple iPhone 7 will come with 4.7-inch screen size. From display size, you can understand which one is small to hold in hand and compared to the bigger one. The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will come with SUPER AMOLED displays, where the iPhone 7’s screen is LCD.

Note 6 has an incredibly sharp screen, with a resolution of QHD (1440 x 2560) pixels, where the iPhone 7 is limited to 1334 x 750 pixels.

In short, then, the screen is one of the biggest differences between the two phones.

iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 6: Processor

Apple iPhone 7 is using iOS 10.3. where Galaxy note 6 is running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. iPhone 7 is using Apple A10 Fusion Chip and 2GB of RAM and Galaxy Note 6 will come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 823 chipset or Samsung’s homebrew Exynos 8890 chipset.

iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 6: Camera

Apple iPhone 7 also had a Rear camera of 12MP and with benefits of optical image stabilization and Front camera with 7MP.

Galaxy Note 6 has a 12MP Rear camera and 5MP front camera.

iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 6: Battery

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 has 4200 mAh battery that would make a bigger than iPhone 7 as it only has 1960 mAh battery. iPhone 7 requires a daily charge and sometimes doesn’t even make it through until bedtime, so the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 has a good chance of going further daily.

Galaxy Note 6 is expected to charge 40 % of the battery in just 4 minutes.

Apple claims that its new iPhones 7 offer ‘longest-ever battery’. According to the company, iPhone 7 will give at least 2 more hours of battery.

iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 6: Price

Apple iPhone 7 starts from $649 in the US, £599 in the UK, AU$1,079 in Australia.

iPhone 7 comes with 128GB of storage and 2GB RAM.

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 starts from $1200 in the US, £705 in the UK, Aus$1086 in Australia.

Note 6 comes with storage of 32 GB / 256 GB ,6 GB RAM.

iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note 6: Verdict

iPhone 7 employs Sapphire glass, dual-lens camera system, wireless charge, etc, and Note 6 is equipped with a Dual Pixel 12 MP sensor on the rear and a 5MP sensor on the front with both sensors having an aperture of f/1.7. They have differences and similarities. They have advantages and also disadvantages. It’s hard to tell which of the two future phones will be better, but easy to choose which one suits you better once you list your needs.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7:

Samsung and Apple are facing once again but which mobile has built better phones this time. The Comparison between Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7 between their Designs, Specs, and Price which will help you to buy the best phones and you can decide on which phone you have to spend your money.

When Apple launched iPhone 7 last year it was not much impressive. The build quality and features were seeming decent enough to get an overall rating in features and specs. But still iPhone 7 is in the top list of UK and it seems to be on the top list for many who are looking for the upgrade.

Enter the Galaxy S8, Samsung’s latest flagship and the iPhone’s chief Android rival. Samsung has kitted its new phone with the latest and greatest mobile components, so we’ve got high hopes that’ll impress us in our full review.

To know whether Galaxy S8 is better than iPhone 7 we have to compare the key differences between the phones.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7: Designs

Now a day it is seeming easy to recognize the smartphones as all of the phones are looking same, But Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7 are worlds apart when we talk about their designs.

The Galaxy S8 has a glass back and metal frame, with the glass on both the side gently curving it makes comfortable to hold in hand.

The iPhone 7 has a quite different but similarly premium design, with a metal unibody that’s slim and compact at 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1mm, while the Galaxy S8 is 148.9 x 68.1 x 8mm. It makes iPhone 7 a bit smaller than Galaxy S8.

The S8 is also IP68 certified, making it slightly more water-resistant than the IP67 certified iPhone 7.

s8 and iphone 7 audio jack

Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with 3.5 mm Audio Jack so you can use headphones and you won’t get this with iPhone 7.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7: Display

s8 and iphone 7 display

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has a 5.8-inch screen, which is massive and iPhone 7 comes with 4.7-inch. From display size, you can understand which one is small to hold in hand and compared to the bigger one.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 also uses Super AMOLED, where the iPhone 7’s screen is LCD – meaning Samsung’s phone offers more vivid, high-contrast colors.

The Galaxy S8 also has an incredibly sharp screen, with a resolution of 1440 x 2960, where the iPhone 7 is limited to 750 x 1334

Galaxy S8 has a benefit of a curved screen at the edges, while iPhone 7 is flat. Galaxy S8 supports HDR content, while iPhone 7 doesn’t support it.

In short, then, the screen is one of the biggest differences between the two phones.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7: Processor

Samsung Galaxy S8 is running on Android Nougat and Apple iPhone 7 is using iOS 10.3.

Both phones are powerful though. iPhone 7 is using Apple A10 Fusion Chip and 2GB of RAM. While Galaxy S8 will come with Snapdragon 835 Chipset or an Exynos 8895 but it is confirmed that it will come with 4GB of RAM.

Those are both top-end chips, so we expect silky smooth performance in both and perhaps Samsung to at least match the iPhone in terms of screen response under the finger.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7: Camera

s8 and iphone 7 camera

The Samsung Galaxy S8’s camera is much the same as the one the Samsung Galaxy S7 has. There’s a 12MP sensor and the front-facing camera is also slightly more capable, with an 8MP sensor.

Apple iPhone 7 also had a Rear camera of 12MP and with benefits of optical image stabilization and Front camera with 7MP.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7: Battery

Samsung Galaxy S8 has 3000 mAh battery that would make a bigger than iPhone as it only has 1960 mAh battery. iPhone 7 requires a daily charge and sometimes doesn’t even make it through until bedtime, so the Samsung Galaxy S8 has a good chance of going further daily.

The S8 is also supported fast charging. The iPhone 7 can also charge quickly, but only if you plug it into a 2.1A iPad charger, rather than the plug that comes with the phone.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7: Price

Samsung Galaxy S8 cost a lot more than iPhone 7. In the US it is $729, £689 in the UK and AU$1,199 in Australia.

Apple iPhone 7 starts from $649 in the US, £599 in the UK, AU$1,079 in Australia.

But then again, there’s only a 64GB version of the Galaxy S8, while the iPhone 7 starts with 32GB of storage. So it’s technically a better entry-level value.

There is no 64GB iPhone 7 model, but even the 128GB one comes in at $749/£699/AU$1,229, which is comparable in the UK and still cheaper than the rumored S8 price in the US.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7: Verdict

The iPhone 7 is the best phone but Galaxy S8 has some neat new tricks to give it the literal edge. If we talk about Operating system, S8 has larger, sharper and better screen and premium design with higher price tag.

The difference between camera is slightly hard to guess for the best and battery power is about same.

Going purely by specs, the Samsung Galaxy S8 looks to be the slightly more powerful phone – but the spec list isn’t everything, and you’ll have to pay an eye-watering price to get it.