The iPhone 6 features an 8MP camera with 1.5-micron pixels and f2.2 aperture. The Samsung Galaxy S6 has a 16 megapixel sensor with an f1.9 aperture.
Both CNET and The Verge had the opportunity to test out the devices.
Check out the results below!
To find out, we put the S6 head to head with the iPhone 6 Plus to see how it fared in a variety of situations. As it turns out, the S6 can hang: it's very close to the iPhone in terms of image quality and detail. The S6 shots are a little warmer, but not offensively so, and the two phones handle low-light a bit differently.
(Galaxy on Left, iPhone on Right)
The Galaxy S6 and the iPhone 6 were pretty neck-and-neck. Personally, I'd give the Galaxy S6 the slight edge, since I'm partial to its saturated tones that come off bright without looking too unrealistic (a characteristic that plagued Galaxy cameras before).
(Galaxy on Above, iPhone Below)
Hit the links above to view more images from each of the camera shootouts. Let us know what you think. Does the iPhone 6 have the best camera?