Apple iPhone 6S vs Samsung Galaxy S6 – Camera Comparison



A side-by-side camera comparison between the Apple iPhone 6S (12MP camera) and the Samsung Galaxy S6 (16MP camera)!

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48 Comments on Apple iPhone 6S vs Samsung Galaxy S6 – Camera Comparison

  1. You know what's even better, if apple create the front facing camera a wider angle but also keeping the closer angle like you see in the video. Just press on a button the iPhone have a wider lens, press again it goes back the usual close selfie shot 😀 That's would be so awesome, at least you get to choose rather than having to stick to one angle lens…….. and I guess many android users are going to rape me with their comment….. :/

  2. Samsung's pictures will look better, because they add sharpness and saturation. That is better for just taking pics, but the iPhone has more neutral images which is better for post production. So one is not better than the other.

  3. Apple fanboys be like, "FUCK 12MP, 4K VIDEO AND 2 GB OF RAM!!! THATS SO AWESOME, GOTTA BUY A NEW PHONE STRAIGHT AWAY!"
    Android fans be like, "Dude who cares… We have 4k since 2 years and the Z5 has a 23MP camera. + No outdated 2GB of RAM, instead 4GB"

  4. I own both of them…I shoot all my pic with my S6, iPhone 4s, 5, 5s, 6 has a 8mpx camera..just with that we know that Apple is not the leader anymore..

  5. 1:06 onwards, the iPhone has deeper blacks, brighter whites and a wider angle. Just look at the sky for an easy reference in the photos. The S6 might be able to reproduce a better overall photo in post thanks to dynamic range, but for a quick snap and go camera, I'd have to hand it to the iPhone.

    However, I'll give the S6 the win for the front-facing camera. The wider viewing angle, better color reproduction and sharper image make it an easy win for the Samsung.

    2:40 shows the advantages of the rear-facing camera again on the iPhone with much better overall image quality and stabilization, despite the loss of viewing angle.

    To me, it seems like Samsung could easily equal or exceed the iPhone's rear image quality with a few software adjustments. Stabilization and higher contrast would make a huge difference. Giving a less tech-savvy S6 user a better optimized image out of the box would be a great selling point, but the iPhone takes the cake for that this time around with the rear-facing camera, while Samsung does so with their front-facing camera.

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