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Check out Galaxy S5 vs iPhone 5S Specs Comparison

First let's check out their Configuration.

iPhone 5S=Dual-core 1.4GHz Apple A7 64-bit processor with M7 co-processor, 1GB of RAM.
Samsung Galaxy S5= Quad-core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 32-bit processor, 2GB of RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a quad-core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 32-bit processor, which will likely give Apple's A7 chip a run for its money. What's more, the Galaxy S5 has 2GB of RAM, compared to 1GB in the iPhone 5S.

Operating system

iPhone 5S: iOS 7
Samsung Galaxy S5: Android 4.4 Kitkat, custom user interface

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ScreeniPhone 5S= 4in 640x1136 resolution IPS LCD Retina display, 326ppi
Samsung Galaxy S5= 5.1in 1920x1080 resolution Super AMOLED display, 432ppi.

iPhone 5S= 8MP rear-facing camera with autofocus, dual-LED flash and HD 1080p video recording, 1.2MP front-facing camera
Samsung Galaxy S5= 16MP rear-facing camera with autofocus, LED flash and 4K video recording, 2.2MP front-facing camera.

iPhone 5S= 1,560mAh battery with 10 hours of quoted talk time
Samsung Galaxy S5= 2,800mAh battery with 21 hours of quoted talk time.

iPhone 5S= 16GB/32GB/64GB built-in
Samsung Galaxy S5=16GB/32GB built-in, expandable via microSD card up to 128GB

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is the best on internal storage because they make the phone available in both 16GB and 32GB internal storage models, and also thanks to the microSD card slot this can be expanded by up to 128GB.

The iPhone 5S, however, is lacking behind when it comes to storage because the phone is available in 3 different models, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, there is no slot to expand this via microSD card.
See the diff yet!

The iPhone 5S arrives running the latest version of Apple's iOS 7 mobile operating system. This debuted along with the flagship smartphone, offering a new, texture-free interface design, which although it was heavily criticised gives iOS a fresh look and feel. iOS 7 debuted a number of new features, including Control Center, which is a menu for toggling settings such as WiFi and Bluetooth, a redesigned Camera application and Airdrop.
Google's Android 4.4.2 Kitkat operating system on the Samsung Galaxy S5 is barely recognisable due to Samsung's custom user interface (UI) overlay. Samsung has revamped its UI to look more like Apple's latest version of iOS, with the firm opting for flatter, smoother designs.

Another cool new feature on the S5 is S Health 3.0, an app for tracking fitness and exercise. & also My Magazine, an HTC Blinkfeed-style which can be accessed by swiping left on the main homescreen, also an updated version of Samsung's Knox security suite, camera tools, including Selective Focus. This feature allows you to adjust the focus of an image after it has been taken.


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