Apple's latest smartphone, the iPhone 7, has been on sale for more than two months. Many consider it as a revamped iPhone 6S with enhanced cameras and waterproofing features, but it's still undeniably the most powerful iPhone and definitely Apple's best handset so far. If you're looking for an Android equivalent to the iPhone 7, it's definitely going to be the older Samsung Galaxy S7,which also happens to be the Apple device's main competitor. With that being said,here are some information regarding how they are compared to each other and which one you should go for.
In terms of appearance, the Galaxy S7'smetal edges and solid glass rear screams premium and classy. The larger S7 Edge model also features curved edges around into the sides of the said handset. The latest iPhone 7 on the other hand, has a similar appearance to the last iPhone, and it is still an eye-catcher. With around, anodized aluminum casing that looks cleaner than the one on the iPhone 6S, it's exactly the same look and feels as its predecessor.
Performance, battery life & hardware
This year's new iPhone will be receiving an all-new chipset. Called the A10 Fusion, Apple claims that it is 40% faster than the previous A9 of the iPhone 6S, along with being more efficient. The A10 is a quad-core processor. Samsung on the other end features an octa-core Exynos 8890 chip that features 4GB of RAM. On paper, it means that the Galaxy S7 is a very powerful smartphone, though some experts also point out Apple's iPhonebeing highly optimized.
Summing up, we could all agree that both smartphones are pretty close and for most consumers, the answer as to which is better lies in which operating system they would prefer. If you already own anyApple device like an Apple Watch, iPad or a MacBook, then the iPhone 7 will fit best into your life. But if you're more of an Android user, then picking up a Galaxy S7 is a no-brainer.