Here’s a quick run down of specs comparison between the new Google Pixel XL smartphone vs. Galaxy S7 Edge.
Category: Android Smartphone Comparison
In our latest underwater test, we took the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 through various underwater tests including unlocking phone, using IRIS underwater, browsing the web, typing underwater, watching YouTube videos under water, playing games, recording videos underwater, taking selfies underwater, and using different apps underwater. The result was pretty amazing.
In this low-light camera shootout, we took on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs. Nexus 6P vs. HTC 10 at the local street market in Thailand.
In this extreme low light camera test, we take on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs. LG G5 vs. HTC 10 taking it around the busy night streets in Nimmanhaemin district of Chiang Mai, Thailand.
In this EXTREME benchmark test, we put the Galaxy S7 Edge under water with LOTS of ICE to lower its CPU temperature and maximize performance.
In this EXTREME benchmark test, we take up the Samsung Galaxy S7(Exynos) vs. LG G5 vs. S7 Edge(Qualcomm) running the Antutu benchmark multiple times to see which one can outperform in extreme stress/heat to the phone.
Perhaps the best low-light camera on a smartphone before the Galaxy S7 launch was the Nexus 6P, which boasts a whopping 1.55 microns sensor size to give you excellent details in low light. In this test, we took up the Galaxy S7 versus the Nexus 6P, comparing both videos and photos to see which one had better low light performance.
In our part 1 of Galaxy S7 Edge vs. LG G5 camera comparison, Galaxy S7 Edge proved to do much better in low light with photos while LG G5 did provide an extra wide-angle lens. In this camera comparison, we took up the Galaxy S7 Edge vs. LG G5 testing out their video recording abilities.
In this camera comparison, we take up the latest Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge against the LG G5 comparing photos in various different situations including low-light and macro.
In this camera comparison, we take the Zenfone Zoom against current king of smartphone cameras, the Galaxy Note 5.
In this comparison, we will be comparing the Huawei Mate 8 versus the Galaxy Note 5 cameras. Since Galaxy Note 5 is one of the best cameras on a smartphone, I thought this would be a good test. For test location, I chose my local beach near sunset since low light is where you can really tell the difference between cameras.
In this EXTREME low-light test, we take the Galaxy Note 5 and LG V10 to low-light extremities.
LG V10 has been announced and is it better than the Galaxy Note 5? Let’s find out!
First, LG V10 and Note 5 both have 1440P screens. While the LG V10 has IPS LCD, the Note 5 has AMOLED screen. Of course, don’t forget LG V10 comes with a secondary screen on top of the phone while the Note 5 comes with a pressure-sensitive screen that allows for super accurate writing/drawing with its S-Pen. In terms of what you get, notifications/shortcuts versus life-like notebook, the Note 5 certainly wins in the display category nevermind AMOLED screens are about 20-30% brighter than IPS LCD.
So, you are wondering whether to buy the LG V10 or the Nexus 6P?
First, LG V10 and Nexus 6P both feature 5.7-inch 1440P screen. While the LG V10 features IPS LCD, the Nexus 6P features AMOLED screen. The screen on AMOLED screens are brighter than IPS but for normal usage, both should be pretty good for vibrance, contrast, and clarity. The LG V10 has a secondary screen on top of the main screen for notifications and shortcuts which is similar to the one found on S6 Edge Plus. For the screen, I would have to call it a draw between these two bad boys since one is brighter and the other has a “mini-Me” screen.