Samsung has packed its new flagship, the Galaxy S5, with all sorts of next-gen technology. At 5.1-inches diagonally, the GS5 is only slightly larger and slightly more impressive in terms of hardware than its predecessor, the Galaxy S4. Though the S5 doesn't show too much advancement in terms of hardware tech, it still has a quad-core processor, clocking in at 2.5GHZ, the same 16GB of storage and 2GB of RAM as the Galaxy S4. On the bright side, the phone now has a 2800mAh battery and the camera is now 16 megapixels, and, like the Note 3, the S5 includes USB 3.0 support.
On the other hand, the iPhone 5S has the same looks as the iPhone 5, but has some improvements under the hood. The iPhone 5S is still one of the best looking smartphones out there. The device is powered by a 1.3GHz Apple A7 dual-core processor, has a 4-inch IPS LCD display with resolution of 1136 x 640 and 326 ppi, 1GB of RAM, and either 16, 32, or 64 of internal storage choices. The iPhone 5S comes with metal-rimmed home button, which no longer has the familiar-looking square icon in it. This is Apple's brand-new fingerprint reader, Touch ID. With Touch ID, rather than having to tap in a PIN to unlock your phone, you can simply hold your finger over the sensor.
Here's a detailed comparison between Team Android vs Team iPhone:
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