But how does it stack up against Samsung’s latest Beast Note 7?
Let’s find out:
Red Corner ?
• 5.7in Super AMOLED 1440x2560p QuadHD screen @518ppi with 78% screen ratio
• Corning Gorilla Glass 5
• 2.3GHz Octacore Samsung Exynos 8890 CPU
• 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM expandable via microSD to 256GB
•12MP Samsung Camera with f/1.7 lens aperture , autofocus, OIS , LED flash and phase detection. 5MP selfie with f/1.7 lens aperture
• Fingerprint scanner , Iris scanner
• Dust & Water resistance
• USB Type-C port
• Android OS 6.0
• Single or Dual SIM
• 3500mAh battery with fast charging & fast wireless charging support
• Price – $870
Blue Corner ?
•5.5in IPS LCD 1080x1920p FullHD screen @401ppi with Ion-strengthened glass, oleophobic coating
•1.84GHz Dualcore Apple A9 Twister CPU
•2GB RAM, 16/64/128GB ROM, no microSD slot
•12MP camera with f/2.2 lens aperture, phase detection, autofocus, OIS & LED flash. 5MP selfie with f/2.2 lens aperture
•Apple iOS 9
•Nano SIM (Single)
•2750mAh non-removable battery
Interesting duel really. Despite the 6s Plus being almost a year older than the Note 7, it still comes to the party well represented. Although the Note 7 wins convincingly in the screen resolution, CPU processing speed, camera performance, memory capacity, the versatility of the S Pen, it’s new Iris scanner and battery.
We wait for live performance comparisons to confirm this.
What do you guys think?