Update – October 2017 – I’ve now added the latest devices to the list – iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel 2 XL
Update – June 2017 – I’ve now added the latest iPad Pro 2 tablets and also the following devices: OnePlus 3, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, HTC One X10, Blackberry Aurora & Keyone
Update – March 2017 – I’ve now added the latest Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8+ and also the following devices: Apple iPad (2017), Moto G5 Plus & G5, Samsung Galaxy A7, A5, A3 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. Also, there’s now so many devices, I’ve put smartphones on one page and tablets on another page.
Update – November 2016 – I’ve now added the Google Pixel XL & Pixel and removed the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Update – September 2016 – I’ve now added the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to the Mobile Device Quick Comparison Chart.
Update – April 2016 – I’ve now added the iPhone SE and iPad Pro 9.7″ to the Mobile Device Quick Comparison Chart.
Update – March 2016 – I’ve now updated the Mobile Device Quick Comparison Chart I created back in February, having added the details for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.
You can view the Mobile Device Quick Comparison Chart in the PDF plugin below – if it works on your browser/platform – or download it here.
About my testing services: iOS App Testing / Android App Testing / Website Testing
It can be difficult keeping track of all the different mobile devices – smartphones and tablets – and the differences between them.
With each new version of the latest flagship devices, there can be massive changes in their specs – larger display, improved resolution etc – or sometimes the changes are only internal – new chipset, faster CPU etc.
As I was getting fed up of trying to memorise the differences between all the specs of all the different devices – or having to Google them each time I needed to know the differences, I’ve now created a Mobile Device Quick Comparison Chart.
This includes the latest flagship models of iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, plus also includes some older devices, for reference and cross-comparison.
This has already been useful for quickly checking the different display sizes and resolutions of different devices, both for testing apps and websites, and also working out which new device I should buy next as a new test device.
I’ll be updating the chart every now and then and will update this page with the latest version as and when updated.
If you spot any issues in the chart, please let me know.