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Don't know which phone is right for you? Hopefully this will help you decide. -- OPERATING SYSTEM -- iPhone: iOS 8 Galaxy: Android Kit-Kat 4.4 -- CPU & RAM -- iPhone: 2 GHZ speed, 1gb RAM, 2 CPU cores Galaxy: 2.5 GHZ speed, 2gb RAM, 4 CPU cores *Galaxy S5 more powerful for multitasking -- STORAGE -- iPhone: 16GB, 64GB, 128GB (no microSD) Galaxy: 16GB,32GB, microSD up to 128GB -- CAMERA -- iPhone:8 megapixels (rear), 1.2 megapixels (front) Galaxy: 16 megapixels (rear), 2.1 megapixels (front), notable features: dual camera record, can record in 4K Ultra HD -- SCREEN SIZE & PIXEL DENSITY -- pixels per square inch, the higher, the better iPhone: 4.7 in, 326 PPI Galaxy: 5.1 in, 432 PPI *note S5 greater PPI even though iPhone 6 uses Retina display -- DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY -- iPhone: Retina HD * Galaxy: Super AMOLED * * retina display = more accurate colors, requires more battery, ages slowly **super AMOLED = slimmer design, brighter colors, ages quickly -- BATTERY -- iPhone: 14 hrs talk time, 250 hrs max standby time, 1, 810 MAH capacity, Li Polymer (not removable) Galaxy: 29 hrs talk time, 290 hrs max standby time, 2,800 MAH capacity, Li Ion *Lithium polymer batteries are sleeker and thinner than Li Ion batteries -- OVERALL BATTERY PERFORMANCE-- iPhone has weaker battery, but Galaxy’s bigger screen also drains battery quickly -- CONCLUSION -- Both the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5 are above average smartphones so it all comes down to preference. If you care more about multitasking and prefer the ability to customize, then the Galaxy is a good fit. If you care about portability and an easier OS, then perhaps the iPhone is better for you. Thoughts? Are there any iPhone 6 or Galaxy S5 users out there?
Yeah the Galaxy s5 is very good phone, I own one and i really enjoying it
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