Now that Samsung s Galaxy S7 is official, the comparisons have started hitting the Internet. One of the highlights of the new Galaxy S7 is the improved camera module with Dual Pixel auto-focus technology which Samsung claims to offer faster focusing and better low-light photography. Apple s iPhone 6s being its closest rival, a YouTuber SuperSaf TV uploaded a camera comparison video pitting both smartphones against each other. Also Read - Apple sets up website for claiming iPhone battery pay outAlso Read - Apple WWDC 2020: Check if your iPhone or iPad will get latest software update with new features
Both, the iPhone 6s and Galaxy S7 come equipped with a 12-megapixel rear camera. While the iPhone 6s camera module is of 1.22 micron pixels and aperture f/2.2, the Galaxy S7 camera module comes with slightly larger 1.4 micron pixel and aperture f/1.7. And despite a drop in resolution from 16-megapixel on Galaxy S6 to 12-megapixel in Galaxy S7, Samsung assures do drop in performance.
The video uploaded by SuperSafTV compares the iPhone 6s camera with Galaxy S7 side-by-side. From the video we can see, the Galaxy S7 offers more vibrant colors while brining out better contrast in shrubs and trees in bright lighting conditions.
The auto-focus and dynamic range on the Galaxy S7 is quicker than on the iPhone 6s. Thanks to optical image stabilization, the Galaxy S7 also does a better job in low-light conditions. The OIS also helps to reduce blur and shakes while clicking photos and recording videos. This is just one of the comparison videos and you can watch it in the link embedded below.