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Apple’s acknowledgment of the big-screen phones trend resulted in the 5.5” iPhone 6 Plus. It’s just inevitable that Apple’s first foray in the 5”+ range will get compared to the Samsung line that started it all, that’s why we are pitting the iPhone 6 Plus against the Galaxy Note 3. Samsung’s phablet sports a tad larger display, but similar dimensions.. Which one is for you? Let’s see…


With the release date for the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 drawing close, the rumors on the specifications and price are only getting louder.

According to IB Times, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specifications are expected to get over the iPhone 7.

“The Note 6 will be launched in 2 CPU editions, one having a Exynos 8890 chipset and the other one powered by Snapdragon 820 chip,” it said.

As for the display specifications, the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will feature a slim RGB matrix AMOLED screen, which users of Galaxy S II understand. The display also is proud of 2560×1440 pixel Quad HD resolution.

Mobi Picker, meanwhile, shared rumors regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 highlighting 6 GB of RAM. Yet, it mentioned that the initial reports originated from China so the genuineness might seem suspect.

GalaxyNote website as well reported initial reports of the camera specifications for the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 which will allegedly feature 32 megapixels and 9-megapixel front snapper. The South Korean company also did not scrip on the battery this time since the device will offer a 4200 mAh of power.

As for the price, the report claimed that it’ll cost approximately $750 to $850 dollars, which would be pretty costly although less than the basic iPhone 7 which is supposed to cost approximately $875 for the 16GB version and over $1,100 for the 128GB version.

Original rumors suggested that the release date for the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 will probably be in Aug. prior to the IFA 2016 in Berlin, which makes it possible for the South Korean company to jump the gun on the launch of iPhone 7 in September 2016.

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