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The Galaxy Note series has long reined supreme in the phablet market but iPhone have embraced the concept and are trying to beat Samsung at its own game. Not only does the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 come with impressive specs and features scoring big on display characteristics and high performance but it also is enjoying a lot of popularity among users.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 comes with an impressive 5.7 inch display powered by a 3000mAh battery along with an Exynos 7420 chip and 4GB of RAM. Its camera is impressive as well as it features a 16MP back snapper with a 5MP front.  These specs should be taken into consideration when purchasing this device but the iPhone 6s Plus should also be taken into account.


The iPhone 6s Plus looks a lot like the 6 Plus, the newest addition to it being a rose gold color scheme. In terms of screen resolution the Samsung beats it to a pulp with its 2k resolution screen against the iPhone’s 1080p.


Camera wise, the Samsung is better on paper but Apple is yet to lose the battle. The iPhone has upgraded its megapixels from 8 to 12 and is able to record 4k content. Its front snapper also received an upgraded 5MP and it can also be used as a flash.


In terms of performance the iPhone comes packed with Apple’s A9 chip paired with 2GB of RAM but what it loses in power it makes up in software optimization as they are known to have the most optimized apps and power consumption rates among all devices.

The battle between the two tech giants gets more intense as years pass but one thing is sure. They both make great devices and choosing one from each other comes down to a matter of preference, that of which OS one prefers.