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Welcome to the fight of the season! In this article we pit the cameras of two behemoths, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the iPhone 6 and show you why the S6 outguns the iPhone with clips to spare. Read on for the lowdown! Also Read - Friendship Day gifting ideas for your young tech-savvy besties under Rs 5,000
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The Galaxy S6 sports a mighty 16-megapixel rear camera delivering better, sharper photographs which don’t pixelate on zooming. The iPhone has a very unexceptional BMP rear camera which is now even available on mid-range phones so for its huge price tag, it leaves us wanting.
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Ever had the frustration of having to take a good selfie with a low-resolution front camera? We had the same experience with the wimpy 1.2-megapixel iPhone front camera which is surprising for a flagship model. Now we tried the same with the Galaxy S6 and were rewarded with beautiful results, all thanks to its powerful 5-megapixel front camera. That’s another round to the Samsung S6.
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Aperture = the opening of lens diaphragm through which light passes and hits the sensor. So, lower aperture numbers mean a larger opening which allows more light through to the sensor. This basically means better low light photography. Galaxy S6 delivers again with an aperture of 1.9 and the iPhone lags at 2.2. So day or night, Samsung’s flagship snaps always look bright!
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A larger selfie angle means a larger field of vision captured by the camera. The Galaxy S6 zooms ahead with 90 degrees rear camera angle while the iPhone 6 gets a meagre 68 degrees. Therefore, with the Galaxy S6 you can take larger landscapes and bigger group photos without having everyone squeezing into a tight huddle.
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High Definition Recording is the mantra of the new age. From Snapchat to Facebook shares, it’s all about high quality video. The Galaxy S6 gives you HDR capabilities which is sadly (and surprisingly, given its hefty price tag) lacking on the iPhone6.
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