Two of the best smartphone cameras in the world go head to head in an epic battle of pixels. In this video I take both cameras, the iPhone 6s Plus, and the Galaxy S7 Edge. Both top of the line flagship smart phones. And put them head to head in a 4K video test. I will also test out the front facing cameras of the Samsung and Apple Phones… the resolution of which might surprise you. Watch with the video ‘Full Screen’ for best effect.
If you have ever wondered which smart phone camera is better… this is the video for you. I left a poll at the end of the video so you can vote for your favorite smart phone. Which cell phone won? The Galaxy S7 edge? or the iPhone 6s +? With this video you get to see each image side by side at the same time.
Fun Fact: The Galaxy S7 Edge and the regular Galaxy S7 have the exact same cameras. BUT the iPhone 6s and the bigger 6s+ have different cameras. The 6s+ comes with OIS. An Optical Image stabilization. I will also show both phones doing Slow motion at 240 frames per second.
Both of these cameras (GS7 and iPhone 6s+) have OIS and EIS (Electronic stabilization) And both of them were enabled. Other than that. All the settings were on Auto.
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