There have been many smartphones and phablets that have left since the end of 2015 to this day, but there are some that stand out above others. We want to tell you the 2 phablets that have starred in the top so far this year.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
It was presented by Mark Zuckerberg in the mobile world congress in March of this year. It has been a revolution both for its design and its specifications.
It carries a 8-core and 64-bit Exunos processor that comes with a 5.5-inch screen. The internal memory is 32 GB expandable up to 200 GB with a microSD card. The Android version is 6.0 and has a very durable battery of 3,600 mAh.
It is also water resistant to the point that it can be submerged up to 1.5 m deep for 30 minutes.
The cameras are 12 megapixels and 5 megapixels the rear and the front respectively, also recorded in 4K.
On the other hand, it incorporates a dual-pixel system that no smartphone on the market has included so far. It is a system that is only found in SLR cameras and that makes the camera focus the scene much faster.
iPhone 6S Plus
It is the jewel in the Apple crown for lovers of phablets . It incorporates a 64-bit Apple A9 processor with an M9 coprocessor with voice activation and comes with 3 different internal memory capacities: 16, 64 and 128 GB with 2 GB of RAM. The internal memory is not expandable by means of a microSD card.
The screen is 5.5 inches and its battery is somewhat lower than the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with 2750 mAh. The cameras are 12 megapixels and 5 megapixels, the rear and the front respectively. You can record 4K at 30 fps, thanks to its rear lens and includes a flash retina in the front camera.
It has 3D Touch, the new iPhone panel that can determine with what pressure we have pressed on the screen and differentiate between 3 states: classic pulsation, stronger pulsation, and a third still stronger. Depends on the pressure we exert on the screen, iPhone identifies it as a function or another we want to do.
If you need to change your phone, have you considered moving to a phablet ? They are somewhat larger than the smartphones we are used to seeing, but they are worth it.