…or is it not?
We’ve all heard about the criticisms the Microsoft Lumia 950 has gotten since its release, but what if we were to tell you that it could come out as the upper hand in comparison with the iPhone 6S? Yep, we’re not kidding. The answer is really not that obvious at all.
But of course, who would have actually brained this idea of putting two completely different handsets head to head in seeing which comes out first? Some people do, and that includes us. It’s the battle between the one that runs solely on iOS while the other on the Windows 10 (for those who are still Team Windows, anyone out there?)
The Lumia 950 has a 5.2-inches display and it’s Quad HD AMOLED offers up to 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution and has 564ppi, whereas the iPhone 6S’ 4.6-inches retina display is powered by the Apple A9 processor. Judging from the figures, one would have guessed which seems to be more superior than the other, surprisingly.
And let’s not forget about the fact that the Lumia’s 20MP on its rear camera is significantly higher than the one on the more likeable iPhone 6S (with only a mere 12MP camera on the back). They both have the same 5MP camera for selfies.
Seems like we’ll have to unwillingly go with the Lumia 950 this time around, but if you were to choose, would you still pick the iPhone 6S over the Lumia 950? After all, it all goes back to the whole user experience, isn’t it?