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Many things are said to happen in 2016 as the iPhone 6s and Samsung Galaxy S6 will be substituted with the brand new iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7. The 7 series will definitely be the supreme rulers of 2016. We’re looking forward for this year’s MWC convention set for the month of February to see what the big names in the tech industry will unveil this time.

The back fence-talk claims that the Samsung Galaxy S7 may just be officially made public in the upcoming month and March might just be its shipping date. Apple may also unveil an iPhone device, but this will be the iPhone 6c somewhere between March and April. However, let’s see how the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S7 stacks up against the highly anticipated iPhone 7, which is in fact a 2016 flagship that has got users fired-up.

iPhone 7 stacked up against Samsung Galaxy S7

The Galaxy S7 may have a 5.1-inch display with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels while the iPhone 7 may rock a 4.7-inch display, a 5.5-inch Force Touch and a resolution of 2560×1440. Design wise, out of these two device, the iPhone 7 will be the only one to sport a very alluring design with a really thin chassis and bezel.

Storage wise, both 2016 crown-jewel devices are said to have 3 options: 32, 64, and 128GB with the only difference that the iPhone 7 may also include a 256 GB storage option. Seems a bit exaggerated, but anything can happen in 2016. The important thing is that Apple finally decided to drop the 16 GB storage option.

Under the hood, the Galaxy S7 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset paired with 4GB RAM whereas the iPhone 7 has the supreme A10 processor and 3GB RAM. And last but not least, the front snapper in the Galaxy S7 is a 5 MP one while the back end one is 12.2 MP shooter with the 4 K video recording. The iPhone 7 on the other hand, has a 5 MP front shooter while the rear one is a 12 MP camera, with 4K and it also packs the OIS feature.

It’s obvious that both of these smartphones will imply changes under the hood and the battle is going to be tight as both deliver great specs for 2016.