Apple IPhone 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Google Nexus 6P Review: Which The Best In Terms of Specs, Features?
The recently unveiled Apple IPhone 7 is considered as one of the best devices not only of the company, but also of the entire flagship phones in the market. Since the Galaxy S7 is also considered as the best Android of Samsung, let's compare these two devices with the Google Nexus 6P as among the three top options for a tech savvy user.
All three devices have non removable batteries, with 3450mAh battery capacity for the Nexus 6P and 3000mAh power pack for the Galaxy S7 that is said to last longer up to 22 hours of talk time. The IPhone 7, however, is reported to have a battery life that is 14 hours of talk time and about 40 hours of music, considerably the weakest of the three.
Talking about their processors, the new IPhone has a brand-new chipset that called A10 Fusion quadcore which is 40 percent faster and more efficient than its predecessor. The Samsung uses an octa-core Exynos 8890 chip with 4GB of RAM, while the Nexus sports a snapdragon 810 octa-core with only 3GB of RAM. All have powerful processors, but the iPhone's efficiency still wins as it is highly improved.
Moreover, the Apple IPhone 7 offers 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB variants of internal storage, while the Samsung Galaxy S7 has 32GB and 64GB options. The Google Nexus 6P features 64GB, 32GB, and128GB of internal storage. Both the iPhone 7 and the Nexus 6P have no memory expansion, but the Galaxy S7 accepts a memory card of up to 256GB, which is considered as one of its edges from the three.
When it comes to photography, both the Galaxy S7 and the IPhone 7 use 12 megapixel primary cameras with a good low-light performance and color capture. However, the new Apple has a wider aperture of f/1.8 compared to Samsung's f/1.7. Also, the iPhone has a great quad LED True Tone flash and a sensor. The Samsung phone, on the other hand, has dual pixel technology that can focus quickly. The Nexus 6P has a 12.3 megapixel rear camera with features like, panorama, face detection, dual-LED Flash, and autofocus.
The iPhone 7's display is much smaller with 4.7-inch than the Nexus 6P's 5.7-inch which is bigger to the Galaxy S7's 5.1-inch display. The new Apple device is stuck with 1334 x 750 display resolution and a pixel density of 326ppi, which is 25 percent brighter yet still looks a bit poor to the Samsung phone's 2560 x 1440 Super AMOLED display.
In terms of price, iPhone 7 is the priciest compared to the Galaxy S7 and the Nexus 6P. Hence, the 2016 Apple might be a good choice for processor and camera, but if you're for a longer life with not-so-intensive usage capabilits, then the Google phone will do; while the latest Samsung device is also a worthy option for a slightly higher upgrade with better memory capacity.