Why The IPhone 6 Is A Samsung Killer

Posted: Jul 30 2014, 1:30am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 30 2014, 1:40am CDT, in Rumors | Apple

Why The iPhone 6 Is A Samsung Killer
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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is no match for Apple’s latest

There is still no release date for Apple’s iPhone 6, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t excited for it. This phone is set to be very bad news for Samsung as Apple’s largest competitor. Samsung’s phones have a large fan base, but their lead is about to drop drastically when it comes to mobile device features, reports Apple Balla.

Samsung has had the bragging rights under control since releasing phones that are much larger than the iPhone. In fact, that alone has been a major selling point for many people who have left the iPhone behind. The Galaxy Note 4 is their latest option and it includes a 5.7” display that is one of the largest in the industry.

With the iPhone 6 coming in a 5.5” option, however, the appeal of the Note could be slipping away. The processor included in Samsung phones is faster than Apple’s on paper, but Apple has a history of producing very powerful devices with less impressive specs than the competition.

With more power and a comparable screen, what is stopping people from choosing the iPhone over a new Samsung device? Brand loyalty is important to Apple and it consistently ensures strong sales. With this major upgrade in iPhones, though, people who haven’t previously been fans of the company are sure to come into the fold. The final complaints of the iPhone are now being eliminated, giving Apple the freedom to take back control of the market that they essentially created.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/27" rel="author">Bijon Kumar Pramanik</a>
Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.




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