6 key reasons why the Apple iPhone 6s Plus is not as good as the Galaxy Note5


Yesterday, Apple lifted the veil off of its two new iPhones for 2015, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. We already summed up everything you need to know about them, but here's the gist of it: While the design remains virtually unchanged, the specs sheets of the duo have seen bump in a lot of aspects, with a handful of new interesting features added on top of it all. 3D Touch is undoubtedly the most interesting one, as it unlocks a whole lot of new user-interface interactions.

But how does Apple's refreshed plus-sized phablet, the iPhone 6s Plus fare against the arguably most advanced phone of Samsung, the Galaxy Note5? The powerful hardware inside the Note5, paired with its larger-than-life 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, S Pen stylus and feature-rich Android 5.1 make the South Korean phablet an extremely dangerous member of the food chain. 

Here are some of the more noteworthy reasons why the Note5 is better than the iPhone 6s Plus. Of course, you will certainly be able to find even more. That said, feel free to mention what your reasons would be to pick the Note5 over the new iPhone phablet right in the comments section below.

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