iPhone 6S vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Size Doesn’t Matter

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What matters most might just be the user experience. And this ultimately differs from one person to the other, because frankly, we all have our own preferences.

Many have expressed their frustration when using both the iPhone 6S and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, because they found out that the former offers neither of the background multitasking function and a proper multiwindow. And there’s no denying that the iPhone isn’t a very user-friendly smartphone when it comes to “playing well with others”; for instance, couldn’t seem to load on Chrome for Android.

But then again, it isn’t really fair to compare between these two as it’s more like a Apples and Oranges comparison. It’s better to compare the Galaxy S6 with other phones, and not comparing the Note 5 with phones that doesn’t incorporate a Stylus and have proper writing input options (yes, we’re talking about the iPhone). It just isn’t fair.

But for what it’s worth, if you’re more interested in getting (almost) every work done on your phone while you’re on the go, the Note 5 is absolutely perfect for you. And if you’re just a minimalist who doesn’t really matter much about anything else apart from the common features of a smartphone, you’ll know where to turn to. It all depends on you.

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