Samsung Galaxy S6 16-MP Shooter Put Against iPhone 6, HTC One M9, and Note 4


Camera has become one of the primary components in a smartphone that we look at before deciding our next phone. While brands are playing quite a strong game these days having fangirls and boys going crazy about their particular brand phone no matter how much others improve, components still matter - a lot. After all, it is these improved features, better build and design that has helped Sammy come up the charts after a failing release of Galaxy S5. Today, we are sharing with you some Galaxy S6 camera samples - put against iPhone 6, HTC One M9, and the Galaxy Note 4 - shot in different settings to help you see the beautiful smartphone photography that this phone is capable of.

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Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 6 vs HTC One M9 - camera:

In this latest camera standoff between Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 6 vs HTC One M9 and the Note 4, the Samsung duo comes off as the winner - as you can see in the images too. iPhone 6, while being the most quick in its captures, suffers in the aspect of color accuracy. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 being very identical to Galaxy S6 also gives good results but suffers from lags (which of course wouldn't show in the images). Finally, the HTC One M9 manages to get the last spot thanks to its fickle camera results.

Samsung Galaxy S6 comes off as a clear winner with its 16 megapixel primary shooter and Sony IMX240 senor, optical image stabilization unit, and f/1.9 aperture for those amazing low-light camera shots. These results, however, do not consider the software lags that Note 4 suffers and thus keeps it at the top.

Here are scores of Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 6 vs HTC One M9 and Galaxy Note 4 in different settings and more importantly, their shots:

Night scene:


Low-light camera comparison:


Broad daylight scene:




Overall camera comparison score:


For more scenes and high-res pictures, please visit Phone Arena.