iPhone 6

LG G4 is No. 2, better than the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S6, says Consumer Reports

A few months after the highly anticipated LG flagship was introduced, we're still interested to know how it fares against its closest competitors like the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the iPhone 6. The South Korean phone manufacturer has been boasting about the G4 a lot lately because it's a really good smartphone--no doubt. A couple of months back, it survived a drop test. Screen was shattered but phone still worked.

HTC One M9 vs. iPhone 6 and Galaxy S6–HTC wins!

Which smartphone is the best? I’m sure you have your own biases but HTC thinks they have the best one today in the market. In an effort to prove the latest flagship phone is better than the other popular ones, the company conducted several blind tests comparing an HTC One M9 against the iPhone 6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6. Obviously, the results were in favor of the HTC smartphone although we’re not quite sure and convinced.

Samsung compares Galaxy S6 edge with iPhone 6

Only in the world of Samsung is "6 > 6". No, it's not because people in the marketing department suddenly became bad at math but a new ad campaign from the OEM shows the Galaxy S6 edge being compared to another smartphone that also has the number 6. It is not surprising anymore that the target of their ridicule is once again their arch rival Apple, and this time around, it's their iPhone 6 that bears the brunt of the attack.

Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge head to head with iPhones for internet speed

In the US, there are only a few places where internet speeds are a problem, whether through wifi or 4G connectivity. But have you ever wondered if phone modems are all made equal? That is, are there wifi modems in smartphones which are faster than the others? A Youtube user “adrianisen” has put this to the test by testing a Samsung Galaxy S6, a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, an iPhone 6, and an iPhone 6 Plus via a wifi connection.

Watch this Speed Test: iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 edge

How fast is the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge? We already know the phone is tough and ready for rough use according to a recent drop test video we've seen but is the phone speedy enough? The South Korean tech giant boasts that the Samsung Exynos 7 Octacore processor makes the Galaxy S6 edge very fast. This is the first time Samsung has ditched the Qualcomm Snapdragon for its very own Exynos processor. It seems to be a good decision now that there's a demo video proof that the Samsung Exynos 7 is faster than the A8 processor used on the iPhone 6.

Survey says iPhone 6 won’t cause Android users to jump ship

Surveys are just that, a representation of the massive totality based on the opinion of a representative few – albeit with scientific research foundations. How much stock we put on their reliability changes from person to person, but the results usually stand proud regardless of your doubts or approval. This specific one leans it favor towards the Android ecosystem – that only 5% or less of Android users will jump over to iOS with the upcoming iPhone 6 launch.

iPhone 6 clone “demo” leaks, running on Android KitKat

As the world waits with bated breath (some more than others) over the actual official details and release of the rumoured iPhone 6, expect that the market will be flooded with clones even before the launch. Some “enterprising genius” in China has released a video with a demo of what is obviously not the real deal, but still entertaining enough to catch the world’s attention (most probably iPhone fans who are too impatient for actual news).

Would a free iPhone 6 kill Android?

This week the rumor of a "free" iPhone release has once again been rumbling in the technology news world, complete with talk that such a (subsidized) product revealed by Apple would take a heavy toll on Android-based device sales. As a user of both Android devices and the iPhone 5, I can't say that a device like this handset (modified for its re-release) wouldn't be a massive temptation for prospective phone buyers around the world. Especially with the notion of multiple colored-cases and an even lighter and thinner unit than ever before.