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iPhone 6s Plus vs. Galaxy Note 5: 10 Things to Know Now

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Tons of Horsepower

Tons of Horsepower

Both of these phones will likely be powerhouses, suitable for average smartphone users and power users alike. 

The iPhone 6s Plus will reportedly shift to a new Qualcomm processor to double LTE speeds. The new processor could also help to deliver improved battery life. iOS 9 is also expected to focus on improving battery life and the iPhone 6s Plus could see a big boost from software as well. 

The iPhone 6 Plus features remarkable battery life and we can't see Apple taking a step backwards here. Same goes for the Galaxy Note and Samsung. 

Samsung will reportedly use a brand new Exynos 7422 SoC chip with its Galaxy Note 5. The CPU is expected to be an all-in-one which means that it will feature CPU, GPU, RAM, storage, and LTE. It's expected to be backed up by a whopping 4GB of RAM. The iPhone 6s Plus will be lucky if it has 2GB of RAM. 

As for the battery, the Galaxy Note 5 is expected to feature a non-removable 4,000 mAh battery. Processing power and battery life are two keys for the iPhone Plus series and Galaxy Note series so we wouldn't be too worried if you're a power user. Keep an eye out for benchmarks.

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