Galaxy S6 vs Lava Iris Pro
This time it’s an all new smartphone Lava Iris Pro that has come in the way of Galaxy S6 and seems to be a worthy competitor. For the past few weeks Lava has been flashing about its upcoming smartphone Iris Pro with a prodigious tagline of defining “art in smart“.
With Lava ready to take the covers off its Iris Pro on 25st August, its body gives the impression of being swayed by IPhone 5 so it is expected to give Galaxy S6 a fight.
It’s all new looks are likely to resemble Iphone 4 and is therefore expected to match or at-least compete with its rivals.
So let the battle commence its Galaxy S6 vs Lava Iris Pro.
|Subject||Galaxy S6||Lava Iris Pro|
|OS||Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie||Android v4.3 JellyBean|
|Dimensions||152.4 X 70.1 X 6.9 mm||–|
|Resolution||1920 X 1200 p||1280 X 780 p|
|Pixel density||500 ppi+||–|
|Technology||Full HD OLED||Full HD display|
|Battery||5000 mAh||3100 mAh|
|Processor||Exynos 5 Hex core||1.2 GHz, Quad core processor|
|RAM||4 GB||1 GB|
|Storage||32 GB, expandable to 128 GB||8 GB, expandable to 32 GB|
|Camera||17 MP/ 4 MP||8 MP/ 2 MP|
|Bluetooth||V4.0 with A2DP/5.0||–|
|Release||March 2015||25th Aug 2013|
As we have been telling you over and over again we might provide you with little less information but will never provide false information that is why we have left certain fields empty which we are not much sure off.
Let’s go-through our information once more, before we conclude anything.
As far as Android version, it may not match advanced android version 5.0 Key Lime Pie but is certainly better than previously used versions of its handsets.
An improved 1280 X 780 p full HD display of Iris Pro might not be able to match full HD OLED display of 1920 X 1200 p.
Camera has improved over a period of time with dual LED flash and is good enough to challenge many smartphones in its range but not good enough on the day to match the quality of camera that S6 possesses.
Same goes for rest other specifications, improvements have been done on past specifications but Galaxy S6 continues to rule.