Well i won't have the 6 to compare with my future 6+, so it saves me headaches. If the 6 has a better contrast ratio, good stuff. It needs something the 6+ doesn't.
Both contrast ratios are better than any other Android phone out there (the ones that use LCD panels), and better than the contrast ratio of 5s, so it will hardly be a problem.I was scrolling through the tech specs page and noticed that the 6 Plus has a lower contrast ration compared to the 6.
And to think I've made up my mind
You are cherry picking specsBoth contrast ratios are better than any other Android phone out there (the ones that use LCD panels), and better than the contrast ratio of 5s, so it will hardly be a problem.
HTC one m8 contrast ratio: 1030:1
LG G3 contrast ratio: 720:1
The Galaxy line does have amazing contrast. But I really hope people aren't going to blow this issues out of proportion like OP sort of has (but understandably). You might notice comparing the 6 and 6 Plus side to side, but who will actually do that? I noticed the color gamut issue between the iPad mini and iPad Air. Ended up with the iPad Air for other reasons, but had I bought the mini I don't even think I would've cared during normal usage. I just wouldn't even notice. Contrast ratio is an even less significant issue at these levels.You are cherry picking specs
Samsung S4 contrast ratio: 1747:1