Clash Of The Titans: Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Motorola Moto Turbo

    Samsung is going strong with it's latest flagship launch, the Galaxy S6 which premiered at the Mobile World Congress at the starting of this month and has launched the handset in the Indian subcontinent too.

    Motorola also unveiled it's most premium device in the month of October last year the Moto Turbo. We put both the phones through a series of detailed comaprison criterion.

    Take a look at the sliders below to know more...

    Samsung Galaxy S6 In Pictures

    Samsgung Galaxy S6 vs Moto Turbo

    The Moto Turbo features a 5.2 inch screen compared to the 5.1 inch display on the Galaxy S6. Both devices features Super Amoled touchscreens supporting 16 million colours. The display reslolution on both devices is also the same viz. 1440 x 2560 pixels. But the pixel density on the Galaxy S6 is 577ppi compared to the 565ppi on the Moto Turbo. Also the Galaxy S6 being the latest device has it's display protected by Croning Gorilla Glass 4 compared to Croning Gorilla Glass 3 on the Turbo.

    Samsgung Galaxy S6 vs Moto Turbo

    Motorola has taken this segment very seriously and that's clearly evident with the 21 megapixel primary rear cam slapped on to its back. That's mighty compared to the 16 megapixel snapper on the Galaxy's back.

    The front cam segment is sweeped away by Samsung with the Galaxy S6 featuring a 5 megapixel front camera for all you selfie enthusiasts out there. The Moto Turbo features a very meagre 2 megapixel front snapper.


    Samsgung Galaxy S6 vs Moto Turbo

    While the Samsung device has an octa-core SoC the Moto Turbo features a quad-core CPU.

    The Samsung Galaxy S6 uses the Xynos 7420 from its own house. The Exynos is a quad-core 64 bit 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57. This is coupled with 3GB of RAM and a Mali T760 graphics processor unit.

    The Moto Turbo uses a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805. A quad-core SoC clocked at 2.7 GHz having a Krait 450 core. The Moto Turbo is also supported by 3GB of RAM and uses an Adreno 420 as it's graphics processor.


    Samsgung Galaxy S6 vs Moto Turbo

    Both the handsets are pure Android devices. Yes, you're right, what differs are the versions of Android.

    The Galaxy S6 being the latest among the two comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box. The Moto Turbo on the other hand runs on Android 4.4 Kitkat and is soon expected to get an upgrade.

    Samsgung Galaxy S6 vs Moto Turbo

    In matters of storage the Moto Turbo has an internal storage capacity of 64GB and is not expandable externally via micro SD.

    The Galaxy S6 comes in three variants 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants respectively. The Samsung Galaxy S6 also does not have any provisions of external expansion.


    Samsgung Galaxy S6 vs Moto Turbo

    The Moto Turbo is the undisputed winner in this segment. The phone's USP lies in the 3,900mAh battery integrated in the device. It alsio features Motorola's Turbo Charger which gives 8hours of battery life on just 15 minutes of charging.

    The Galaxy S6 features a 2,550mAh battery which seems just decent for the mammoth device. The Samsung handset also features quick charging options like the Moto Turbo. Most importantly the Galaxy S6 also supports wireless charging vis NFC.


    Samsgung Galaxy S6 vs Moto Turbo

    Priced at Rs. 41,000 the 64GB the Moto Turbo is a high-end device with advanced features and a fabulous rear camera. Motorola's Moto Turbo will be available only in black colour.

    The Samsung Galaxy has been launched in the sub-continent on the 23rd of March and the hot asset sells at Rs. 49,990 a piece. Though the device is sure to have a price slash in the recent future. The colours available are white pearl, black sapphire, gold platinum and green emerald.



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