It’s been eight months since the Samsung Galaxy S6 was released and it’s still doing great in the market. Even against other newcomers, the Samsung flagship’s the one to reckon with.

Motorola, on the other hand, made heads turn with the Droid Turbo 2 released in the latter half of 2015. It’s a sensation with a heavy-duty battery never seen before in any other smartphone, reports Phone Arena.

True, indeed! The Galaxy S6 and Droid Turbo are going great guns with features a lot of people like. There are, however, few differences between both and these differences can sometimes influence one’s decision to buy.


If looks concern you, the Galaxy S6 is notch higher with its metal and glass clad body and premium quality materials used in its design. Despite its classy looks, there are rumours the S6 is more prone to bending. The Motorola Droid Turbo 2, on the other hand, is subdued in looks but is of a more robust build.

Also, the Droid Turbo 2 uses a ShatterShield display that helps protect its screen from cracking even if it experiences hard falls onto solid ground. You’ll probably appreciate its customization feature via Moto Maker. But features are missing in the Galaxy S6.

The most notable feature of the Droid Turbo 2 are its dual front-firing speakers, wireless charging, LED flash in its front-facing camera and an expandable storage capacity powered by an SD card slot. On the contrary, the Samsung Galaxy S6 packs a fingerprint sensor, an IR blaster, wireless charging and a heart rate sensor.


Droid Turbo wins the race with a great 21MP primary camera with 5248 x 3936 resolution along with a 5MP front-facing camera with LED flash. As for the Galaxy S6, it has a less powerful 16 MP primary camera and 2988 x 5312 pixel resolution along with a 5 MP front snapper.


Note this: the Galaxy S6 comes without a card slot while the Droid Turbo 2 has memory powered up to 200 GB.

Going by features the Motorola Droid Turbo 2 with exclusive features that make it stronger and better reigns over the Galaxy S6.

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