Specs summary

Screen
5.5"

The Apple iPhone 6 Plus's screen is 5.5 inches with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution.

Processor
1.4 GHz

There is a Apple A8 Dual core 1.4 GHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the iOS 8.1 (Update Available: 11) operating system (OS).

Camera
8+ MP

You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 8+ megapixel camera.

There is also a secondary front facing camera with 1+ megapixels resolution.

Storage
16/64/128 GB

Internal memory is 16/64/128 GB. No external card slot is available for expansion.

Battery
2915mAh

The phone is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 2915 mAh battery. Apple's performance ratings are 16 days standby time, 1429 minutes (2G), 1440 minutes (3G).



We suspect the iPhone 6 Plus will be the source of perplexity for a long time to come. Bigger really is bigger, but not always better.

- Stuart Miles , Pocket-lint 

Reviews summary

8.8/10AVG.
RATING
Based on 47 reviews

What's good

  • Stunning and sharp display
  • Optical image stabilization solves shaky cam issues
  • Excellent battery life

What's bad

  • Difficult to grip
  • Not as sharp as quadHD displays
  • Some slight pauses when launching apps

After years of maintaining the same screen size for their smartphones, Apple has decided change their strategy with the release of the iPhone 6 Plus. Measuring in at 6.2 x 3.1 inches, the iPhone 6 Plus is not a small phone by any means and yet it is incredibly slim at only 0.3 inches. Like its predecessors the 6 Plus sports an aluminum body and glass front. Instead of keeping the rigid lines of the iPhone 5s Apple opted for rounded edges instead. Due to its sheer size, reviewers did find the device difficult to use one-handed and a little too slippery. Gizmodo notes, "…there's just no comfortable place for your fingers to grip." While Apple did include a new piece of software called Reachability that brings the top half of the screen closer to bottom, experts describe the initial interface as clunky and practically useless.

Of course the 5.5-inch display is the reason that the 6 Plus is so much larger than previous iPhones. It boasts a 1080p Full HD experience, which translates to a stunning 401ppi pixel density. Although on paper it still isn't as detailed as a quadHD display, experts describe the display as crisp and detailed. Beyond the resolution, experts describe the panel as "brilliantly bright" and "stunning" with excellent viewing angles and color contrast. When compared to Android devices, critics note that colors aren't as vivid as the Samsung Galaxy S5 nor is it as clear as the LG G3. Still, Techradar states, "…the iPhone 5 Plus still has a very, very good display."

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Inside the iPhone 6 Plus is a 1.4GHz Arm8 processor. In benchmark tests it consistently outperformed previous generation by 10 to 20 percent. In hands-on tests, reviewers were generally happy with its snappy performance scrolling through the home screen and playing graphically intensive games. They did notice occasional pauses when loading apps, but not to the extent that it became an issue. In order to keep the huge phone running, Apple invested in huge battery life. Experts' real life testing drained the battery in a little less than two days. While a longer lasting battery is a welcome surprise, they were mainly thrilled by the quick charge time for the 6 Plus. According to their tests, they were able to get a 10 percent charge in only 10 minutes and a full charge in just two hours. Of course, charging the phone requires the necessary Lightning cable.

Last but not least, the 6 Plus offers an 8MP rear-facing camera with the same autofocus technology found on the iPhone 6 but adds in optical image stabilization (OIS) to the mix. The OIS technology works with the processor, gyroscope and M8 motion coprocessor to reduce shaky hand problems. While not new in smartphones, the 6 Plus is the first iPhone to feature OIS. Due to this new feature, reviewers noticed that the 6 Plus' shutter speed was slightly slower than the 6. However, they mention that it produced crisp and detailed images in both bright and low light situations.

While not perfect, reviewers enthusiastically recommend the iPhone 6 Plus for people who want to bridge the gap between phone and tablet. Phone Arena states, "…it's a fantastic phone that earns high marks in a variety of categories…" ZDNet adds, "Apple's iPhone 6 Plus is not perfect…But it's as close as it gets in my view."


Reviews (8.8/10 Avg. rating)


TrustedReviews

An excellent phone

from TrustedReviews

The iPhone 6 Plus is a great phone if you can deal with its size and price. It’s blisteringly fast, lasts for ages and comes with one of the best screens we’ve ever seen. The optical image stabilisation takes the good camera on the iPhone 6 and makes it even better.

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The iPhone 6 Plus is a great phone if you can deal with its size and price. It’s blisteringly fast, lasts for ages and comes with one of the best screens we’ve ever seen. The optical image stabilisation takes the good camera on the iPhone 6 and makes it even better.

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TrustedReviews

Great phone if you can deal with its size and price

from TrustedReviews

The iPhone 6 Plus is a great phone if you can deal with its size and price. It’s blisteringly fast, lasts for ages and comes with one of the best screens we’ve ever seen. The optical image stabilisation takes the good camera on the iPhone 6 and makes it even better.

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The iPhone 6 Plus is a great phone if you can deal with its size and price. It’s blisteringly fast, lasts for ages and comes with one of the best screens we’ve ever seen. The optical image stabilisation takes the good camera on the iPhone 6 and makes it even better.

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PC Magazine

Delivers a bigger iPhone if you find the 6 too small

from PC Magazine

The real reason to spring for an iPhone isn't hardware, but software and support. While I may criticize the 6 Plus for being too much phone and not enough tablet, there's no denying that iOS offers smoother updates, more consistent design, and more exclusive third-party apps than Android does. And between Apple stores, authorized retailers, and fan blogs, Apple's support infrastructure is far superior to that offered by any other unlocked phone vendor. When you make the decision between the iPhone 6 Plus and other unlocked phablets, that's what you need to take into account.

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The real reason to spring for an iPhone isn't hardware, but software and support. While I may criticize the 6 Plus for being too much phone and not enough tablet, there's no denying that iOS offers smoother updates, more consistent design, and more exclusive third-party apps than Android does. And between Apple stores, authorized retailers, and fan blogs, Apple's support infrastructure is far superior to that offered by any other unlocked phone vendor. When you make the decision between the iPhone 6 Plus and other unlocked phablets, that's what you need to take into account.

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Reviewed

No flop, but it certainly takes some getting used to

from Reviewed

If you're looking at the iPhone 6 Plus it's likely because you like the simplicity and aesthetic quality of iOS, but are drawn to the larger displays of the best Android handsets. Though it's reductive to simply say that the 6 Plus is just a giant iPhone, that's truthfully the best way to describe it. It's thin, extremely well-designed, and has a gorgeous (gigantic) screen that truly brings iOS 8 to life.

Compared to other large-screen phones on the market, the iPhone 6 Plus is one of the more cohesive efforts you can find. Where most other manufacturers of phones this large try to do too much, the iPhone 6 simply takes the typical smartphone experience and gives you more room to stretch your legs. Though we still found Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 to be a better all-around phone, the iPhone 6 Plus is just as enjoyable to use.

But like all phones this large, you need to account for your personal habits. If you've been perfectly happy with previous iPhones and are just looking to upgrade then we're more inclined to suggest the regular ol' iPhone 6 instead. The iPhone 6 has almost all of the same performance upgrades as the 6 Plus, but comes in a size that will feel far more manageable. It has worse battery life than the 6 Plus, but neither are fantastic.

If you've been yearning for an iOS experience on a device as large and expansive as Samsung's Note phones, however, the 6 Plus is an easy recommendation. As long as you know what you're in for with a phone this large, the 6 Plus will give you what you looking for. It definitely won't be for everyone, but the market has proven that there's an appetite for large phones, and the 6 Plus delivers.

Of course, if you just want a larger phone and aren't married to iOS, then we recommend giving Samsung's Note 4 a try. It's just as powerful, just as large, and has the benefit of a much, much better battery. Sony's Xperia Z3 will also mop the floor with most other phones performance-wise, and it has one of the best batteries we've ever tested.

The 6 Plus shows that Apple might not yet be willing to think totally outside the box, but it's at least willing to make the box a whole lot bigger. If this new, giant iPhone has us excited about anything it's less about what it can do now, but what Apple will do next. 

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If you're looking at the iPhone 6 Plus it's likely because you like the simplicity and aesthetic quality of iOS, but are drawn to the larger displays of the best Android handsets. Though it's reductive to simply say that the 6 Plus is just a giant iPhone, that's truthfully the best way to describe it. It's thin, extremely well-designed, and has a gorgeous (gigantic) screen that truly brings iOS 8 to life.

Compared to other large-screen phones on the market, the iPhone 6 Plus is one of the more cohesive efforts you can find. Where most other manufacturers of phones this large try to do too much, the iPhone 6 simply takes the typical smartphone experience and gives you more room to stretch your legs. Though we still found Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 to be a better all-around phone, the iPhone 6 Plus is just as enjoyable to use.

But like all phones this large, you need to account for your personal habits. If you've been perfectly happy with previous iPhones and are just looking to upgrade then we're more inclined to suggest the regular ol' iPhone 6 instead. The iPhone 6 has almost all of the same performance upgrades as the 6 Plus, but comes in a size that will feel far more manageable. It has worse battery life than the 6 Plus, but neither are fantastic.

If you've been yearning for an iOS experience on a device as large and expansive as Samsung's Note phones, however, the 6 Plus is an easy recommendation. As long as you know what you're in for with a phone this large, the 6 Plus will give you what you looking for. It definitely won't be for everyone, but the market has proven that there's an appetite for large phones, and the 6 Plus delivers.

Of course, if you just want a larger phone and aren't married to iOS, then we recommend giving Samsung's Note 4 a try. It's just as powerful, just as large, and has the benefit of a much, much better battery. Sony's Xperia Z3 will also mop the floor with most other phones performance-wise, and it has one of the best batteries we've ever tested.

The 6 Plus shows that Apple might not yet be willing to think totally outside the box, but it's at least willing to make the box a whole lot bigger. If this new, giant iPhone has us excited about anything it's less about what it can do now, but what Apple will do next. 

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Fone Arena

Solid performance, great battery life

from Fone Arena

Steve Jobs was wrong and Tim Cook was in denial. People wanted it so much that the Apple phablet is here, following a trend set by rivals. For longtime Apple users, the form factor will be daunting, but it’s clear that the aim is on converting Android users, not satisfying the existing iPhone user base. Yes, the size is crazy, but we have seen bigger phones already and will continue seeing them for a long time to come. It’s time for larger pockets, literally and figuratively, if you plan on buying a really good large screen smartphone. The iPhone 6 Plus is top notch for what it is. It could have been a lot more, like for example it could have had a larger camera, thinner bezels and front facing speakers, but seeing that the same things are not too likely on an iPhone 6 would have stopped Apple from differentiating it too much. However, the battery life is great, the larger display has a standard resolution and is much better looking and then there is the opportunity to entirely replace your phone and your mini tablet with just one device, which is exactly what Cupertino is aiming for. Irrespective of being an iPhone/Android user, if you are looking for a high end phablet, the 6 plus should feature high on the list. Put a case on it like everyone else and make sure you have deep pockets to buy and use it.

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Steve Jobs was wrong and Tim Cook was in denial. People wanted it so much that the Apple phablet is here, following a trend set by rivals. For longtime Apple users, the form factor will be daunting, but it’s clear that the aim is on converting Android users, not satisfying the existing iPhone user base. Yes, the size is crazy, but we have seen bigger phones already and will continue seeing them for a long time to come. It’s time for larger pockets, literally and figuratively, if you plan on buying a really good large screen smartphone. The iPhone 6 Plus is top notch for what it is. It could have been a lot more, like for example it could have had a larger camera, thinner bezels and front facing speakers, but seeing that the same things are not too likely on an iPhone 6 would have stopped Apple from differentiating it too much. However, the battery life is great, the larger display has a standard resolution and is much better looking and then there is the opportunity to entirely replace your phone and your mini tablet with just one device, which is exactly what Cupertino is aiming for. Irrespective of being an iPhone/Android user, if you are looking for a high end phablet, the 6 plus should feature high on the list. Put a case on it like everyone else and make sure you have deep pockets to buy and use it.

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Know Your Mobile

A new dawn for iPhone

from Know Your Mobile

What this really comes down to is personal preference with design and price. If you like large phones –– and the iPhone 6 Plus is VERY large –– then you’re looking at one of the best phablets on market. Personally, I prefer the way the LG G3 and Galaxy Note 4 accommodate their larger displays. This is mostly to do with design, however, as both the Note 4 and G3 have smaller bezels and thicker, weightier bodies, which creates, IMHO, a better in-hand experience. In terms of everything else, however, I’d say all three handsets are pretty evenly matched –– it’s mostly about OS preference at the end of the day.

Everything else about the iPhone 6 Plus is very impressive, however, just as it is with the iPhone 6, the LG G3 and the Galaxy Note 4 –– the latter three are my top three devices of the year, in case you’re interested. But these days, top-flight handsets from the world’s biggest tech brands are all decent, packing in the latest processors, imaging technology and services. It’s more about ecosystem than ever before, really –– ecosystem and services. Apple knows this and so does Google, which is why both the new platforms from each feature a myriad of new bells and whistles like HealthKit, HomeKit and Apple Pay.

If you’ve ever been interested in buying an iPhone, but, for whatever reason, have consistently gone elsewhere, then these are the handsets you’ve been waiting for. As a long standing Android user, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus solve a lot of the “issues” I had with Apple’s smartphones, namely: battery life, screen size and the company’s insane over-regulation of iOS’s core APIs.

The iPhone 6 Plus is a bridge too far for me with regards to size, which is why I prefer the iPhone 6 (or the LG G3 and Galaxy Note 4, for that matter). But the only reason for this is the size of the device, and that (as noted many times throughout this review) is entirely subjective, so I’d encourage anyone interested in either the iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6 Plus to try both out in store before committing to either.  

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What this really comes down to is personal preference with design and price. If you like large phones –– and the iPhone 6 Plus is VERY large –– then you’re looking at one of the best phablets on market. Personally, I prefer the way the LG G3 and Galaxy Note 4 accommodate their larger displays. This is mostly to do with design, however, as both the Note 4 and G3 have smaller bezels and thicker, weightier bodies, which creates, IMHO, a better in-hand experience. In terms of everything else, however, I’d say all three handsets are pretty evenly matched –– it’s mostly about OS preference at the end of the day.

Everything else about the iPhone 6 Plus is very impressive, however, just as it is with the iPhone 6, the LG G3 and the Galaxy Note 4 –– the latter three are my top three devices of the year, in case you’re interested. But these days, top-flight handsets from the world’s biggest tech brands are all decent, packing in the latest processors, imaging technology and services. It’s more about ecosystem than ever before, really –– ecosystem and services. Apple knows this and so does Google, which is why both the new platforms from each feature a myriad of new bells and whistles like HealthKit, HomeKit and Apple Pay.

If you’ve ever been interested in buying an iPhone, but, for whatever reason, have consistently gone elsewhere, then these are the handsets you’ve been waiting for. As a long standing Android user, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus solve a lot of the “issues” I had with Apple’s smartphones, namely: battery life, screen size and the company’s insane over-regulation of iOS’s core APIs.

The iPhone 6 Plus is a bridge too far for me with regards to size, which is why I prefer the iPhone 6 (or the LG G3 and Galaxy Note 4, for that matter). But the only reason for this is the size of the device, and that (as noted many times throughout this review) is entirely subjective, so I’d encourage anyone interested in either the iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6 Plus to try both out in store before committing to either.  

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The Inquirer

Impressive battery life, high-quality and large display

from The Inquirer

The larger screen, long battery life and great performance make up for minor niggles like certain features not being available in the UK.

While the iPhone 6 Plus isn't the cheapest smartphone out there, the pricing is comparable to other premium phablets from rivals and for Apple fans, you get the reliable and user-friendly iOS experience with a high-quality large display. However, the larger size won't suit everyone, as it's not easy to use one-handed and typing will be awkward for those with smaller hands. 

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The larger screen, long battery life and great performance make up for minor niggles like certain features not being available in the UK.

While the iPhone 6 Plus isn't the cheapest smartphone out there, the pricing is comparable to other premium phablets from rivals and for Apple fans, you get the reliable and user-friendly iOS experience with a high-quality large display. However, the larger size won't suit everyone, as it's not easy to use one-handed and typing will be awkward for those with smaller hands. 

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Mobile Syrup

A great smartphone, but not a good choice for everyone

from Mobile Syrup

It’s size will turn off some, its price many others, but those who do invest in the 5.5-inch giant will experience the finest app ecosystem on a screen size previously reserved for the tablet crowd.

With improved battery life over the iPhone 6 and a camera experience unmatched by any Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone device, the choice of whether you buy an iPhone 6 Plus comes down to whether it fits your pocket — and your budget. 

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It’s size will turn off some, its price many others, but those who do invest in the 5.5-inch giant will experience the finest app ecosystem on a screen size previously reserved for the tablet crowd.

With improved battery life over the iPhone 6 and a camera experience unmatched by any Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone device, the choice of whether you buy an iPhone 6 Plus comes down to whether it fits your pocket — and your budget. 

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Tom's Guide

Packs a vibrant 5.5-inch display, fast processor and long battery life into its elegant metal design

from Tom's Guide

If you've been holding out for a phablet-size iPhone, the $300 iPhone 6 Plus is for you. The handset's 5.5-inch full HD display and zippy A8 processor make it the best iPhone yet for entertainment, and its long battery life ensures that you'll be able to enjoy apps, movies and games for hours on end. Apple's big-screen phone also packs a fantastic camera in a slimmer design than the competition.

While the iPhone 6 Plus impresses, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the best overall phablet on the market. Samsung's plus-size phone has an even sharper quad HD display, pen input, robust multitasking options and more storage for the same $300 starting price. Still, if you're looking to get as big a phone as possible while sticking with iOS and Apple's excellent app ecosystem, it's hard to go wrong with the iPhone 6 Plus. 

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If you've been holding out for a phablet-size iPhone, the $300 iPhone 6 Plus is for you. The handset's 5.5-inch full HD display and zippy A8 processor make it the best iPhone yet for entertainment, and its long battery life ensures that you'll be able to enjoy apps, movies and games for hours on end. Apple's big-screen phone also packs a fantastic camera in a slimmer design than the competition.

While the iPhone 6 Plus impresses, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the best overall phablet on the market. Samsung's plus-size phone has an even sharper quad HD display, pen input, robust multitasking options and more storage for the same $300 starting price. Still, if you're looking to get as big a phone as possible while sticking with iOS and Apple's excellent app ecosystem, it's hard to go wrong with the iPhone 6 Plus. 

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GottaBeMobile

An impressive phone, but not the perfect iPhone for most buyers

from GottaBeMobile

The iPhone 6 Plus is a great phone that is too big for everyone to enjoy, but for those who can commit to carrying the bigger iPhone the rewards are plentiful. Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus display delivers an amazing pocketable place to watch movies and sports, to game and to work while on the go. Couple this with the longer battery life and you end up with a single device that fills the role of a phone and an iPad mini.

It would be great if Apple made the iPhone 6 Plus a little easier to hold, with smaller bezels and packed in a water-resistant design, but it is still an excellent smartphone without these features.

The iPhone 6 Plus is $100 more than the iPhone 6 and with a reasonable amount of storage most users need to spend $399 on contract or $749 off contract to take this device home. This is not a cheap iPhone, but it is cheaper than the Galaxy Note 4 and users can split the price up over more reasonable monthly payments. 

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The iPhone 6 Plus is a great phone that is too big for everyone to enjoy, but for those who can commit to carrying the bigger iPhone the rewards are plentiful. Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus display delivers an amazing pocketable place to watch movies and sports, to game and to work while on the go. Couple this with the longer battery life and you end up with a single device that fills the role of a phone and an iPad mini.

It would be great if Apple made the iPhone 6 Plus a little easier to hold, with smaller bezels and packed in a water-resistant design, but it is still an excellent smartphone without these features.

The iPhone 6 Plus is $100 more than the iPhone 6 and with a reasonable amount of storage most users need to spend $399 on contract or $749 off contract to take this device home. This is not a cheap iPhone, but it is cheaper than the Galaxy Note 4 and users can split the price up over more reasonable monthly payments. 

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Full Specs

Overview
Release date September 19, 2014
Regions available USA, Canada, United Kindom, India
Networks
GSM:
850/900/1800/1900 MHz
UMTS:
850/900/1700/1900 /2100 MHz
LTE:
1700/1900/700/2100 /800/850/900/1800/2600 MHz
Data:
GPRS, EDGE, HSUPA, HSPA+, LTE
variations
SIM card Nano-SIM
Dual SIM No
Operating System iOS 8.1 (Update Available: 11)

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Processor Apple A8 Dual core 1.4 GHz
Internal Flash Memory 16/64/128 GB
RAM 1 GB
ROM No
GPS Type A-GPS
Digital compass Yes
Flightmode Yes
Hearing Aid Compatible Yes
TTY/TDD Yes
Noise Cancellation Yes
SAR Head: 0.91 W/kg
Body: 0.99 W/kg
Languages English
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Accessories Included AC Charger, Headset, Manual
Power & battery
Type Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery Capacity 2915 mAh
Removable Battery No
Wireless Charging No
Fast Charging No
Video Playback Time 840 minutes
Wi-Fi Surfing Time 720 minutes
3G Surfing Time 720 minutes
4G Surfing Time 720 minutes
Talk Time 1429 minutes
3G Talk Time Up to: 1440 minutes (3G)
Standby Time Up to: 16 days
Physical Characteristics
Design type Bar
Multi-Use Smart Phone / PDA Yes
Material Aluminium
Colors Gold, Silver, Space Gray
Dimensions [H x W x D] 15.8 x 7.8 x 0.7 cm (6.2 x 3.1 x 0.3 in)
Weight 172 grams
Water Resistant / Waterproof Unknown
Rugged design No
IP Rating No
Antenna Type Internal
Changeable Faceplates No
Display / Screen
Type Color
Technology LCD (IPS)
Colors 16.7 million
Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels
Pixel density 401 pixels
Size 5.5 inches
3D No
Secondary Display No
Sensors Ambient Light, Proximity, Motion / Accelerometer, Gyroscope
Graphics Yes
Themes No
Backlit Illumination Yes
Zoom / Magnification Yes
Screen Orientation Lock Yes
Multi-Touch Yes
Fingerprint-Resistant Coating Yes
Additional Display Features Capacitive touch screen, Retina display
Input / Navigation
Sleep / Wake Key Yes
Home Key Yes
Mute Key No
Input Type Touchscreen
Navigation Type Touchscreen
Predictive Text Entry Yes
Physical keyboard No
Voicemail Key No
Any Key Answer No
Voice Commands Yes
Keypad/Screen Lock Yes
External Volume Control Yes
External Media Playback Controls No
Fingerprint Sensor Yes
Call Management
Wi-Fi Calling Unknown
Voice over LTE (VoLTE) Yes
Contact List Capacity Depends on system memory
Multiple Numbers Per Contact Email address, Other fields
Contact Groups Yes
Auto Answer No
Voice Activated Dialing Yes
Photo Caller ID Yes
Web / Email / Messaging
Web Browser Yes
Email Client Yes
Email Protocols POP3, IMAP, SMTP, Microsoft Exchange
Additional Email Features -
Messaging SMS, MMS, IM
Push-to-talk (PTT) No
Connectivity
USB Yes
USB OTG Support No
Infrared No
Bluetooth 4.0
Bluetooth Profiles A2DP, AVRCP, HID, HFP, PAN
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n
WiFi Encryption No
Mobile Hotspot Yes
WiMAX No
Memory Expansion Slot No
Expansion Slot Info
PC Synchronization Yes
TV Out No
DLNA Support No
NFC Yes
UMA Support No
Data Tethering Compatibility Yes
Java Applications No
Brew Applications No
ECML / Digital Wallett No
PictBridge No
Camera
Main Camera
Aperture
Unknown
Resolution
8+ megapixels
Dual lens
No
Zoom
Yes
Flash
Yes (LED)
Additional Rear Camera Info
Auto focus, Effects, Face detection, Geotagging, Image stabilization, Multi-shot, Panorama, HDR, Exposure, Burst mode
Video Recording Formats
3GP / 3GPP, H.264 / AVC, MPEG-4, AVI
Video Recording Parameters
Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels), 60 fps
Front Camera
Resolution
1+ megapixels
Zoom
Yes
Additional Front Camera Info
Face detection, HDR, Burst mode
Video Recording Parameters
Audio / Video
Audio Playback Yes
Audio Formats MP3, eAAC+, AAC+, AAC, Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV
Radio No
Video Playback Yes
Video Playback Formats 3GP / 3GPP, H.264 / AVC, MPEG-4, AVI
Mobile TV No
Streaming Video Yes
External Speakers Yes
Headset Jack 3.5mm
Custom Ringtones Yes
Vibration Alert Yes
Downloadable Ringtones Yes
Ringtone Composer No
Ringer ID Yes
Haptic Feedback Vibration Yes
Speakerphone Yes
Apps
To-Do / Task List Yes
Calendar Yes
World Clock Yes
Alarm Yes
Stop Watch Yes
Timer Yes
Calculator Yes
Currency Converter No
Document Viewer Yes
Viewable document types DOC, DOCX, GIF, HTML, JPG, PDF, PPT, PPTX, RTF, TIFF, TXT, XLS
Weather Yes
Stocks Yes
Maps Yes
NotePad Yes
Voice Memos / Recorder Yes
Games Downloadable
Apps Downloadable
Included Software / Apps -
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Additional comments Fingerprint identity sensor built into the Home button
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