The comparison between Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5 in design and quality

The Galaxy S6 kind of striking Android smartphones so far. Samsung likes to take risks, discard two of the Galaxy S series’ most shaping features (microSD cards and removable batteries) and emerges to have worked out . unfortunately The Galaxy S6 costs lot of money, here are we have two questions : which one of Galaxy is better value for money? Figure out these comparisons.

Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5

Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5: release date and price

The Galaxy S6 has been released on April 10 worldwide, The Galaxy S6 price varies are depend on the the amount of internal storage: from 599 USD for 32 GB up to 799 USD for 128 GB. The Galaxy S5 was released on April 11th 2014 the price launch started at 599 USD the price is according to which carrier you bought it through. We find S5 available on Amazon nowdays for about 400 USD while the S6 is actually more expensive on Amazon, going for about 620 USD. Here are we have comparison as your consideraton before buying this sophisticated smartphones.

Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5: design and quality

the Galaxy S6 represents a significant break from the tried-and-true Samsung recipe of plastic covers with textured or dimpled backs. From the front it’s still quite hard to differentiate between the two smartphones , except the fact that the S6’s Home button is larger and the S5 is a wider. The Galaxy S6 has smaller bezels than the S5 though, in other hand all of other features from the front look beautiful But in the sides and the back the Galaxy S6 has more exclusive and premium stripes , where the Galaxy S5 has a metallic-looking, ribbed plastic trim on the sides with the infamous Band-Aid battery cover, the Galaxy S6 has an aluminum frame with a sheet of Gorilla Glass 4 on the back.

Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5: display

Samsung Galaxy S5 and S6 have a 5.1-inch Super amoled display, what distinguish is the definition, the Galaxy S5 rocks Full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) producing a pixel density of 432 pixels per inch (PPI), the Galaxy S6 display boasts QHD (or 2K) resolution (2,560 x 1,440 pixels) for an eye-popping 577 PPI, in other habd the higher number doesnt mean the S6 display is better though, some people even think that Full HD resolution can waste of time because QHD displays need more power and our eye couldnt easily differentiate difference on pixel densities above 350 PPI.


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