It’s no secret that Apple is one of the most successful tech companies in the world, and its signature devices are loved by many. In spite of the sometimes ridiculous prices that iPhones, iPads or even iPods are positioned at, Apple products still have somewhat of a cult following among those that can afford them, and it’s all for a good reason: they are worth the money because they make use of advanced tech.
However, when it comes to tech, Google comes in at a close second, and they are a company that’s never been afraid to experiment and branch out. The Nexus 6P is one of their best-selling devices, but can it rival the iPhone 6s? Well, the answer might surprise you. Keep reading to find out.
When it comes down to the specs, the Nexus 6P is ever so slightly better than the iPhone 6s in certain categories. It has more RAM, and it comes in better storage space options. However, the chipset is where Apple’s iPhone 6s gains some ground in front of the Nexus 6P, even though its processor is dual-core and the Nexus has an octa-core Snapdragon. While core power is important, the iPhone 6s has a chipset that is produced by Apple itself, the spectacular A9.
The iPhone 6s thus operates better because of the perfect optimization between the device and its chipset, which is something the Nexus will never have (unless Google start producing chipsets too). At the end of the day, the two phones perform so similarly, and their differences are so small, that you might wonder whether or not it’s actually worth spending a pretty penny on the iPhone 6s when you could have the Nexus 6P for cheaper (although not a lot more cheaper). The decision is up to you.