iPhone 6S and 6S Plus Touch ID vs Samsung and OnePlus! Speed Test

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In this video I’ll put the Apple iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus fingerprint scanners up against the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, and OnePlus 2! The Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, and OnePlus 2 all have great fingerprint scanners but can they compete with the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus? Find out! It’s important to note that this comparison does not showcase all of the phones that have fingerprint sensors however these are the most known.

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  1. Doing this test is not fair and accurate at all. A lot of factors come into play. Unlock button location, finger movement speed, unlock/lock animations, wake time when pressing buttons… Blah blah blah

  2. I feel like this test is pretty much useless. From what I've seen from many other videos is that the iPhone 6s is the fastest by far. The real comparison needs to be from the time you take it out of your pocket(or picked up off a table) to the time the screen is unlocked. Recording the time should have been done on a completely different device. The idea of this video is cool but the execution needs to be thought through more carefully. I cant see how this even gives a "good idea" of how fast finger print scanners work.

  3. I've heard that the 6s + was force touch and I think that could be implemented in the way that most people use the home button on their smart phone. If you could possibly do a video on the force touch I would love to understand it and see how it could be used.

  4. I really want an upgrade from my really bad phone that I have now and this video had me so interested in the iPhone 6s + so thanks man for that. … now only if I could afford it!

  5. The one aspect that slightly skews the results is the fact that the iPhones have a slow lock screen animation when the phone's screen turns from black to the apps fading in.