More camera controls and better photo quality in low light
There's no denying the iPhone 6s captures amazing shots. It just lacks the robust feature set and hardware of the Galaxy S7. Low-light photography is the camera's greatest strength, with the f1.7 aperture and optical image stabilization producing brighter, more detailed images in dark environments. The 12MP Dual Pixel sensor uses the same technology found in DSLR cameras like the Canon 70D to instantly focus on objects without any blur effects. Manual controls also open the lane to customize the shooting experience, with a "Pro" mode for adjusting shutter speeds and shooting RAW files.
It has a special "one-handed" mode
The struggle to hold and operate a smartphone with one hand probably takes the cake for biggest first-world problem, but hey, we've all been there. The S7 is no exception, but this is where the Samsung's "One-Handed" mode becomes valuable. Enabling the feature reduces the screen size and moves the keyboard to one side of the panel for easier use. Progress, people.