t.dot, 09 Sep 2015totally agree. but the thing with apple products is OS and Hardware work perfectly together. S... moreBoth are monsters in hardware just difference is between their OS ....and in Note u get an extra SPen ....thats solve ....
Both have great displays and battery camera etc......
But IPhone 6s + has a better camera .....
AnonD-438966, 09 Sep 2015Wth is that the description in the pink says 2GB but the stats under it say 1 GB ram which is it!!!Now it doesn't specify RAM at all!
What is all this hype about 3d touch and other nonsense?
I always say that the only APPLE PRODUCT IS WORTH BUYING
is their iMAC and new workstations.
For those of you with little knowledge, iphone 6s/6s plus has 2GB ram onboard. And if you think I'm not saying the fact then see for yourself in due time. :P
Apple company said 4 inch is optimum display! What is happening? Android is the google's best product..to understand it, you have to use google translate apk and other wonderful aplications of google..iphone fans you guys are old mind...If any of you thinks this is the best product I will be presuming something wrong with your mind
Anonymous, 03 Sep 2015the reason Samsung have 4GB of ram is that they have so much crap on it, it needs that to run ... moretotally agree. but the thing with apple products is OS and Hardware work perfectly together. So im not too sure weather i want Note 5 or 6S plus
Anonymous, 09 Sep 2015it has 5gb ram, 4200 batteryLol no!
1GB RAM and 2915mAh.
No change for RAM and battery on 6s Plus.
Wth is that the description in the pink says 2GB but the stats under it say 1 GB ram which is it!!!
I wonder y do many people ask 4 More RAM.iphone is not like android.iphone with 1 gb ram handles better than 4gb ram of note 5...actually ipho is crap free.....
Apple WAS adamant on not increasing screen size. They did it late. Same will b with RAM, PPI.
If you actually knew anything you would know its DPI not PPI thank you very much
AnonD-313252, 28 Aug 2015The Plus Phone has a larger screen, therefore needs a higher density to achieve retina status.... moreExcept that's not how PPI works. PPI refers to area density so it doesn't matter if the screen is 5" or 55". If anything it's the exact opposite of what you said because bigger screens, such as TVs, have much, much, lower PPI due to the expectation that they'll be viewed from further away. Case and point, 15" MacBook Pro retina display is only 220 PPI.
In anycase "Retina" is simply the lowest pixel density that a user wouldn't notice individual pixels. If the pixel density is increase the screen would look sharper and easier to read. Minimums != maximums.