Saturday, April 4, 2015
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Samsung and Apple will never stop battling for supremacy when it comes to the smartphone arena.
The two are once again set to be at loggerheads with their new flagship devices in the shape of Samsung Galaxy S6 and the iPhone 7, both of which are expected to be the highlights of 2015.
Users of Samsung devices are expected to get their device earlier than those expecting to see the look and features of the iPhone 7. But how will these two devices compare with each other?
Samsung Galaxy S6
This device is expected by the end of March 2015 and according to the latest rumors, the Galaxy S6 will come with some amazing features that will make it a completely different and unique phone from its predecessors.
Rumored Specifications and Features
According to the latest speculations, Samsung will work out a design from scratch that will see the phone get a metallic chassis rather than the plastic chassis Samsung devices are accustomed to. The device will come with the curved Touchscreen technology and a screen size of 5.5 inches with support for QHD technology, giving users a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to come with a powerful 64-bit chipset that includes the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset while other areas will settle for the 64-bit octa-core Exynos CPU and a general RAM of 3GB or more. The internal memory is expected to stay at 128GB and can also be extended. Furthermore, the Galaxy S6 will do better with camera features thanks to its 20MP rear camera and 5MP on the front.
Apple is expected to continue with its trend of launching iPhones in the Fall with the latest release of iPhone 7 to come in September of this year. This device will come with a more durable Sapphire Glass and a massive internal memory of 256GB.
Further rumors suggest that the iPhone 7 will come with a rear camera of 21MP, which is a huge improvement from the current 8MP on iPhone 6. The front will feature a 5MP camera, which is quite handy when it comes to taking quality selfies.
Unlike the A8 that is featured on the iPhone 6, the new iPhone 7 will come with the latest Qualcomm A9 chipset that will make use of the nanometer FinFet technology, making it 20% more powerful than its predecessor.
These flagship devices are two of the most anticipated smartphones of 2015 and when they come, they’ll be met with open arms.