Battery life and storage capacity are two important features that buyers consider when buying a Smartphone. Here we are comparing these two features for Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S6.
The Galaxy S5 is powered by a Li-Ion 2800 mAh battery that provides talk time of up to 21 hours, music play of up to 67 hours and stand by time of up to 390 hours. However, it is the Ultra Power Saving Mode that makes the Smartphone stand ahead, ensuring extended battery power. Whenever you low on battery, the Power Saving Mode automatically transforms the screen to Black & White and shuts of all unnecessary functions running in the background. This minimises battery use and lets you stay powered for long.
On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with non-removable Li-on 2550 mAh battery and smarter charging feature that are perfect for people on the go. If the battery is low and you have lack of time to charge your phone, the innovative smart charging function lets you charge the battery ultra-fast. Additionally, the built-in wireless charging capacity makes it even more convenient to charge your phone quickly without even having it to plug in. Ultra-fast speed lets you charge your phone 1.5 times faster than any other phone.
The Galaxy S5 comes with 16 GB internal memory and s GB RAM, with external memory support of up to 128 GB. With such huge storage space, storing unlimited images, videos, movies and games is a breeze now.The micro-SD slot makes it easier to have infinite storage space of up to 128 GB, the best way to experience Android at its best.
The all-new Samsung S6 provides unlimited storage capacity with 3GB RAM and internal memory of up to 128 GB. The device is available with three different choices of memory power – 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB ROM. Additionally, it has a 3GB RAM. Together, you have a wonderful opportunity to store unlimited pictures, images, videos and movies and enjoy the most of your Android experience. However it does not come with a micro-SD slot.
Comparing battery life, charging features and storage capacity, Samsung Galaxy S6 gets an easy win, though one of the disadvantages of S6 is lack of micro-SD slot. This can be a problem for users who cannot afford Galaxy S6 with 128 GB internal memory.