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HTC One M9 vs HTC One M8 - Video Comparison


HTC One M9 vs HTC One M8 - Video Comparison

Every year, most manufacturers release new flagship smartphones. But it doesn't always make sense to present a brand new design, especially when you have a popular design in hand. Since the release of the HTC One (M7), the manufacturer has continued refining the design of their flagship, and the HTC One M9 shows that even the beautifully crafted HTC One M8 can look even better.

HTC One M9 vs. Apple iPhone 6 - Video Comparison


HTC One M9 vs. Apple iPhone 6 - Video Comparison

Despite their differences, both Apple and HTC are known for crafting beautiful smartphones. Apple's latest iPhone 6 was launched last fall, and its all metal design had some striking similarities to the HTC One M8. Now HTC is back again with a brand new HTC One M9 which refines its predecessor's design while packing even more powerful hardware.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge vs. Apple iPhone 6 Plus - Camera Comparison


Samsung Galaxy S6 EdgeApple iPhone 6 Plus

Samsung was quick to compare the superiority of the cameras on their new flagships with Apple's top offerings. We have also seen photo samples of the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge online. Now lets see how the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge camera compares head to head against the Apple iPhone 6 Plus.

Nokia Lumia 830 vs Nokia Lumia 925



When the Nokia Lumia 925 was first introduced, we witnessed a new direction in the company's smartphone design, stepping away from the full polycarbonate body with a more modern industrial design. The Nokia Lumia 830 is the newest member of the company's flagship family and shares many of its older siblings design traits. Lets take a closer look at how they compare.

Nokia Lumia 830 vs Nokia Lumia 1020


Nokia Lumia 830 vs Nokia Lumia 1020

The Nokia Lumia 1020 has a distinct design as a result of its massive 41MP PureView camera protruding from its back. Interestingly Nokia chose a similar design for its camera on the Nokia Lumia 830. But how does the new device compare to the veteran camera champ?

Google Nexus 6 vs Apple iPhone 6 Plus - Video Comparison


Google Nexus 6 vs Apple iPhone 6 Plus

Large screened phones have become a trending fad, with manufacturers trying to top one another with large size smartphones. Both the Apple iPhone 6 Plus and the Google Nexus 6 as examples of companies stepping into the large-screen smartphone market.

Google Nexus 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Video Comparison


Google Nexus 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Bigger seams to be the better option these days in the smartphone market, as Apple has also stepped past its traditional size on its newest phones. However, two of the biggest handsets you will likely encounter are the Google Nexus 6 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Motorola DROID Turbo vs Samsung Galaxy S5 - Video Comparison


Motorola DROID Turbo vs Samsung Galaxy S5

We have already seen the Motorola DROID Turbo go up against the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. But how will the Verizon exclusive Motorola flagship fair against the venerable Samsung Galaxy S5.

Motorola DROID Turbo vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - Video Comparison


Motorola DROID Turbo vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4

The Moto X (2014) is a great flagship, but doesn't match up to the power offered on the Motorola DROID Turbo. Unfortunately the DROID Turbo remains an exclusive on Verizon, and is a fierce competitor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Leaked Microsoft McLaren vs Apple iPhone 6


Microsoft McLaren vs Apple iPhone 6

The Microsoft McLaren (aka Nokia Lumia 1030) was expected to be the next flagship Windows Phone, with high end hardware and a PureView camera in tow. While Microsoft claims that they have scrapped the McLaren project altogether, we keep seeing the device leaked in various forms. The most recent leak, compares various photos of the Microsoft McLaren alongside the Apple iPhone 6.

Ten reasons to buy the Galaxy Note 4 instead of the iPhone 6 Plus


Galaxy Note 4iPhone 6 Plus

With the Apple iPhone 6 Plus, the once small smartphone suddenly joined the phablet ranks, giving long time Apple fans an opportunity to compare their devices with large screened Android counterparts. But how does Apple's new iPhone stand up against well a established veteran like Samsung and its Galaxy Note 4? Here are ten reasons why Samsung's phablet is a better choice than the iPhone 6 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy Alpha vs. Apple iPhone 6 - Video Comparison


Samsung Galaxy AlphaApple iPhone 6 Plus

While Apple has chosen to experiment on larger screen sizes with the Apple iPhone 6, Samsung has decided that they will replace their all plastic body with a premium metal design on their Samsung Galaxy Alpha. Both handsets offer nearly identical specs and features, so lets see how they compare.



Both the Galaxy Alpha and the iPhone 6 have been priced at $200 on contract, further clarifying their similarities. Samsung is clearly experimenting with a more premium build in an attempt to find Apple's formula for success, and the Galaxy Alpha is a clear alternative for iPhone users looking to switch platforms.

However it is important to note that the iPhone 6 still has the more premium design between the two, and Samsung will eventually bring the design improvements from the Galaxy Alpha over to the Samsung Galaxy S6.


source - PhoneArena

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs. Nokia Lumia 1520 - Video Comparison


Samsung Galaxy Note 4Nokia Lumia 1520

The Nokia Lumia 1520 has been around for along a year now, and it seems to be fighting a lone battle against the continuous lineup of phablets on the Android platform. One of the top large screen phone choices this year is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and despite being physically smaller than the Lumia 1520, its on a quest for domination.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Sony Xperia Z3 - Video Comparison


Samsung Galaxy Note 4Sony Xperia Z3

Samsung faces some heavy competition this year from fellow Android manufacturers. Its top device in the market is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which offers a Quad HD display and a Snapdragon 805 processor. Lets see how Samsung's top device compare against one of its top contenders, the Sony Xperia Z3



Sony's OmniBalance design language is epitomized in the most stylish Xperia to date with the Z3, while Samsung's Note 4 is still mostly made up of plastic. Samsung's handset is bigger, and comes with a 20% larger, ultra high-res screen, which sports excellent color reproduction. While Sony has made several improvements to its display over the Xperia Z2, it can't compete with Samsung's offering.

On the other hand, the more aesthetically pleasing and more compact Z3 is also waterproof, and features front facing stereo speakers. Samsung responds with a heart rate sensor, UV sensor, and a fingerprint scanner, which add to making its offering unique. In terms of camera and video quality, both smartphones are evenly matched, even though the Xperia Z3 has the better camera on paper.

When it comes down to multitasking and functionality, the Note 4 clearly takes the lead, with its large ultra high-res display, the extra stylus input, and the split-screen functionality. If productivity is not what you are looking for, you will appreciate the record battery life, and the easier pocketability and one handed use of the Xperia Z3.


source - PhoneArena

Motorola Moto X 2014 vs Samsung Galaxy S5 - Video Comparison


Motorola Moto X (2014)Samsung Galaxy S5

The is generally one of the top flagship smartphone choices, for anyone looking to purchase a new smartphone. This year the has set itself as one of Samsung's biggest competitors, with an improved design and hardware.



Samsung has worked hard to be recognized as a top smartphone choice for the consumer, and their flagship manages to beat out the Moto X in some key categories. From its superior battery life, sharp camera quality, and its rich set of software features, the Galaxy S5 is without a doubt a few steps ahead of the Moto X.

However, in terms of design, Motorola has done an amazing job with their latest flagship offering a premium metal frame and a sturdy durable body. One cannot say the same for the Galaxy S5 which is still flaunts a plastic body. If you choice is based on the look of the device, you may find yourself favoring the Moto X, but the Galaxy S5 is clearly the better performer of the two.


source - PhoneArena

Apple iPhone 6 Plus vs. LG G3 - Video Comparison


Apple iPhone 6 Plus vs. LG G3

The Apple iPhone 6 Plus broke Apple's historical pattern of building small size devices when it was unveiled with its massive 5.5 inch display. Obviously competitors have crossed this display size already, so lets compare Apple's flagship with the LG G3 and see how they stack up.



The LG G3 is a beast of  a device with a 5.5 inch Quad HD display, a 13 megapixel OIS camera, a 3000mAh battery and quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor. Interestingly Apple's iPhone 6 Plus is significantly larger in size despite having the same 5.5 inch display size. While it is taller and heavier than LG's flagship, the iPhone is slimmer at 7.1 mm compared to the 8.9mm thick LG G3.

While the Apple supposedly has the more premium material with its aluminum frame, the polycarbonate body of the LG G3 has a visually metallic finish which makes it look extremly beautiful and it has not faced the famous #bendgate issues Apple's large iPhone has recently come to be known for.

While the LG G3 has the better camera on paper, the iPhone 6 Plus is known to perform better when put to the test. The LG G3, on the other hand, can almost pass for a large smartphone, not a phablet, thanks to its compact dimensions, and its Quad HD screen is a beauty if you can find content suited for it. Despite that high pixel density, the LG G3 also essentially ties with the iPhone 6 Plus in terms of battery life – an important stalemate for it, as that could have easily decided the face-off.

If picking is still hard, you could consider your ecosystem of choice. Apple's iOS performs smoothly and day-to-day tasks and apps are a pleasure to use on the iPhone 6 Plus. While LG has done an amazing job with their themed Android version, the bulk of apps on Android may feel a little slower to the end user. At the end of the day the most important deciding factor may be the price, as the LG G3 is now a significantly cheaper that the iPhone 6 Plus.


source - PhoneArena

Apple iPhone 6 vs. Samsung Galaxy S5 - Video Comparison


Apple iPhone 6 vs. Samsung Galaxy S5

The battle between Apple and Samsung have been going on for years now and size has historically been the main differentiator between the company's flagships. This year the Apple iPhone 6 plans to take its competitors head on with a larger display size, so how will it fare against the Samsung Galaxy S5.



In term of features, both smartphones have a lot to offer. However there is also alot that sets the two apart from each other – the iPhone 6, for example, has a more attractive design on the whole and is also an incredible performer that handles both everyday tasks and the most heaviest of apps with absolute ease, which is impressive. Its screen is also brighter and more accurate, delivering true-to-life colors, unlike the Samsung Galaxy S5. The Galaxy S5 comes with a larger display, which is better-suited for media consumption, and there's simply no denying the Galaxy S5 offers superior battery life. Even though Samsung's flagship feels less premium in the hand, it is quite practical, with a body that is also waterproofed.

Last, but not least, let's not forget that choosing between the two also comes down to a pick between two different ecosystems – iOS and Android – and that, more than anything, should give you the justification you need to pick either before the other.


source - PhoneArena

Apple iPhone 6 vs. HTC One M8 - Video Comparison


Apple iPhone 6 vs. HTC One M8

The Apple iPhone 6 is here, and the question on many of our minds is if it is worth picking up Apple's newest flagship instead of one of its competitors. The HTC One M8 will easily step out as one of the iPhone's largest competitors, thanks to its stellar design and easy to use Android experience. So lets see how they compare.



When you pick up an iPhone, you generally get your money's worth due to the beautifully crafted handset. HTC has followed the same formula for their One M8 and the result is impressive. But the iPhone 6 is definitely the more compact one with its slim and lightweight construction. The M8 might be larger and heavier, but its offers a bigger screen with higher resolution and a pair of great front-facing speakers.

Taking the potent hardware specs of these phones into account, it is safe to say that both the HTC One (M8) and the iPhone 6 will be relevant for at least a couple more years. The two are definitely capable of handling their respective operating systems with ease, delivering a hassle-free user experience.

In terms of cameras, both have unique offering. Though the 8MP camera on the iPhone 6 may produce better results than the 4MP UltraPixel Duo camera setup on the One M8. If you take a lot of selfies, however, the 5MP front-facing camera on the One M8 should produce better results.

Apple iPhone 6 Plus vs. Nokia Lumia 1520 - Video Comparison


Apple iPhone 6 Plus vs. Nokia Lumia 1520

Apple has entered the 'phablet' market with the launch of the large screen iPhone 6 Plus. Obviously this device faces a lot of competition from Android handsets, but lets see how it fairs against the sole Windows Phone phablet - the Nokia Lumia 1520.



Here's another video of the iPhone 6 Plus and Lumia 1520 which compares their sizes





source - +JuanBagnell  | +WPCentral

Apple iPhone 6 vs. Apple iPhone 6 Plus


Apple iPhone 6 vs. Apple iPhone 6 Plus

This year Apple released not one but two new iPhones - the Apple iPhone 6 and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus. Both handsets feature a new curvier design, larger displays and the ability to make payments thanks to the embedded NFC chip. Lets take a closer look at both iPhones and compare them side by side.

One year ago, Apple broke free from the uniformity and unveiled not one, but two smartphones - the iPhone 5s and its cheaper, toned-down variation, the colorful iPhone 5c. That was the first time Apple unveiled a duo of devices, but it looks like the have chosen to continue the trend. However unlike last year's models, you now get two brand new flagship devices.



Both the iPhone 6 models are clearly large devices, making this likely the biggest change to the iPhone since its inception. Interestingly Apple has managed to make the device much slimmer than its predecessors, with the iPhone 6 measuring in at 6.9 mm while the larger iPhone 6 Plus is only 7.1 mm




Display

The main difference between the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus is its screen side. The iPhone 6 comes with a 4.7 inch display which has a 750 x 1334 pixels (326ppi) resolution, while the iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5 inch display with a 1080 x 1920 pixels (401ppi) resolution. Both displays employ the second generation Retina technology and are referred to by Apple as Retina HD.

While many expected Apple to use sapphire displays on the iPhone 6, Apple confirmed that it was "ion strengthened" glass and not sapphire as we had hoped. This means that the display glass has undergone a chemical process which causes sodium ions in the glass surface to be replaced by potassium ions, which are larger and strengthen the glass. This is the same process that Corning uses to produce Gorilla Glass.

iPhone 6 display technology

Apple has also included several improvements to the display offering higher contrast, dual‑domain pixels for more accurate color at wider viewing angles, and an improved polarizer for better outdoor visibility. The result is the thinnest yet most advanced displays on an iPhone to date.

Camera

Both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus feature 8 megapixel resolution cameras like their predecessor, which has allowed a fairly large 1.5µ pixel size. This is something that Apple has explicitly said that it thinks affects image quality hugely, and while others have jumped in to 13-megapixel cameras, most have sacrificed pixel size to just 1.1µ.

Both new iPhones have new sensors (sensor size was not mentioned), a five-element lens and aperture of the main iSight camera is set at ƒ/2.2. Additionally Both iPhones now capture larger panorama images of up to 43 megapixels.

iPhone 6 camera elements

In terms of video, the iPhone 6 camera can capture up to 1080p at either 30fps or 60fps, and its slow-motion capabilities now include a whopping 240fps at 720p. The iPhone 6 offers digital image stabilization, while the larger,iPhone 6 Plus gets optical image stabilization which should result in less blurry photos.

The front-facing FaceTime HD camera has got a new sensor and a larger ƒ/2.2 aperture that allows for 80% more light to pass through.

Check out some of the first (official) photo samples captured by both the rear and front cameras of the iPhone 6




Processor and Memory

Both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus are powered by the same Apple A8 system chip. Apple revealed that the chip is designed using the 20nm manufacturing, and that alone is a huge boost in productivity and efficiency. Apple is one of the first to get 20nm chips in a mass produced devices.

iPhone 6 has M8 coprocessor and 64-bit A8 dual-core processor

The Apple A8 is also 25% smaller than the A7, yet at the same time it features over 2 billion transistors. In comparison, last year's A7 had "more than 1 billion", so we have nearly twice as many transistors, a huge jump in just one year. The new Apple A8 is also 64-bit-enabled like its predecessor. With most top apps already running on 64-bits, the Apple ecosystem has already made the transition.

The basic iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models start at 16GB, but rather than going to 32 gigs, the next version steps up directly to 64GB of internal storage. Additionally we now also have a 128GB model on both sizes of iPhone. Since there is no microSD storage expansion, users will have to decide which internal storage option will suit them the best.


Battery Life

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have displays that are larger, brighter, and with better quality than anything we've seen from Apple so far. They also have a 25% faster CPU, and 50% faster graphics. So you would expect all these enhancements to take a heavy toll on the battery. Fortunately the  the 20nm production method for the A8 chipset, and the new, more efficient chip packaging, results in the alleged 2915 mAh battery of the iPhone 6 Plus, and the 1810 mAh juicer of the iPhone 6 lasting longer than before.

iPhone 6 iPhone 6 Plus
Audio Up to 50 hours Up to 80 hours
HD Video Up to 11 hours Up to 14 hours
Wi-Fi Browsing Up to 11 hours Up to 12 hours
LTE Browsing Up to 10 hours Up to 12 hours
3G Browsing Up to 10 hours Up to 12 hours
3G Talk Up to 14 hours Up to 24 hours
Standby Up to 10 days (250 hours) Up to 16 days (384 hours)

iOS 8

Both iPhones run iOS 8 which is more open and adds a lot of functionality to iOS 7 which introduced a new interface when it was released last year. Additionally you get the new Health Hub and the updated Passbook app with Apple Pay capabilities. The Health Hub basically aggregates data about your vitals from various gadgets including the iPhone.



Apple Apple Pay makes use of the NFC chip located on both iPhones to replace your wallet. You can use this feature to pay in Starbucks, McDonalds, and many others.

Apple is not taking any chances if anyone would accuse them of betraying the thumb-operation paradigm that the iPhone started with, and kept the franchise's screens much smaller than the Android competition for a long time. The iPhone 6 Plus features both a one-handed mode that shrinks the whole interface down to a thumb-reaching level. It also introduces a full landscape mode for the iOS 8 interface, which is not something we see every day even on Android phablets, and very useful for handset that will be used in landscape a lot.



Price

Both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus will be released on September 19th, with pre orders starting September 12th, while some countries will be getting it a week later, on September 26th. If you are purchasing the iPhone 6 on contract, the base model with 16GB of storage costs  $199, while the 64GB model is priced at $299 and the 128GB model costs $399. The iPhone 6 Plus range from $299 for 16GB, $399 for 64GB and $499 for 128GB.

If you are purchasing the device at the full retail price, it starts at $650 for the base iPhone 6 and cost up to $949 for the 128GB iPhone 6 Plus. In Europe they typically start at EUR 699, respectively, going up to EUR 999 for the most expensive 6 Plus. The iPhone 6 in UK takes it from 539 pounds sterling with VAT, while China still hasn't received a full retail pricing for the two new iPhones, although they are prominently featured on the local Apple Store site there. The price of the new iPhones should be significantly higher, if you live in France, Italy or other regions.





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