The iPhone 14 is aiming to take down its main rival – the Galaxy S22. There are other options out there when it comes to Android smartphones but the reality is that most people opt for either an Apple or a Samsung device, depending on their hardware and software preferences.
There are a lot of similarities between those two phones, even though on the surface they might look nothing alike. The iPhone 14 will be the vanilla model, the benchmark for all other iPhones (no iPhone mini this year, sadly), and the same applies to the Galaxy S22 – it’s the base model, and also the one that’s selling the most.
Today we’re going to do a preliminary comparison between the two devices – granted, the iPhone 14 is still a couple of months away but we already know a substantial amount of info about Apple’s next flagship. We will focus on areas such as display, camera, performance, battery, etc. So, without further ado, let’s get this thing going.iPhone 14 vs Galaxy S22 in a nutshell:
- 6.1″, 60Hz, OLED ‘slim’ notch display vs 6.1″, 120Hz, Dynamic AMOLED
- Apple A15 Bionic (4GB RAM) vs Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (8GB RAM)
- iOS 16 vs Android 12 (update to Android 13)
- Dual camera system (48MP main) vs triple camera system (50MP main, 12MP ultra, 10MP zoom)
Table of Contents:
Design and Display Quality
Battle of the compact flagships
According to the latest info, Apple is going for some incremental changes and upgrades in its iPhone 14 series devices. While the upper models in the iPhone 14 lineup are believed to change their frontal appearance (with a pill-shaped camera cutouts), the vanilla iPhone 14 is expected to retain the narrow notch from the iPhone 13 series.
The exact dimensions of the iPhone 14 are not known at the moment but the fact that it will sport the same-sized 6.1-inch display as the Galaxy S22 puts both devices in the same ballpark, when it comes to physical size.
iPhone 14 and 14 Pro – renders by Ian Zelbo
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