Apple announced two iPhones yesterday - the 4.7" iPhone 6s and the larger, 5.5-inch iPhone 6s Plus. The company's first try at a phablet fame proved pretty successful, despite its higher price and middling screen-to-body ratio. Alas, nothing's changed in the overall size or screen-to-body ratio with the new iPhone 6s Plus - it's even slightly thicker and heavier than its predecessor.
While the iPhone 6s Plus is larger than the Note5, which actually has a 5.7" display, it has distinctive advantages of other nature against Samsung's finest. As usual, we are playing the opposing arguments game to gauge the Note5's disadvantages against the new iPhone 6s Plus, and vice versa. This post deals with the positives of the 6s Plus against Samsung's latest phablet, while we are having another one that deals with the negatives.