Samsung Galaxy Pro is wider with a bigger screen and slightly larger QWERTY keyboard. E6 has more of a compact design with curved edges. Both phones are quiet slim with E6 having 10.5mm of thickness compared to 10.7mm of Galaxy Pro. Samsung just manages to gains the advantage when it comes to weight of the smart phone. Galaxy pro weighs only 103.4g compared to 133g Nokia E6. However, my preference goes to E6 as its easy to hold in comparison to Pro.
Both the manufacturers haven’t gone for the latest displays with these smart phones. Both phones feature a capacitive touchscreen with Galaxy Pro having 256K color support and E6 with 16M colors. Galaxy Pro however has a bigger 2.8inch screen compared to 2.46inch screen size of Nokia E6.
Processor and OS:
Nokia E6 features 680 MHz ARM 11 processor with 2D/3D Graphics HW Accelerator. Galaxy Pro has higher processing power of 800MHz but doesn’t have a graphics accelerator wit very much even out the performance. The major difference between the two smart phones is the OS they run. Galaxy Pro features Android 2.2(Froyo) and Nokia decides to go for it latest Anna OS with E6. Pro has an advantage on OS but I think the presence of Graphics accelerators will do the job for E6.
Nokia E6 is way ahead on this front having an 8Mp camera with fixed focus, dual flash LED flash and resolution of 3264×2448 pixels. It is able to record HD 720p video at 25fps and support features such as geo-tagging and face detection. Galaxy Pro features a 3.15MP auto focus camera with resolution of 2048×1536 pixels it has smile shutter features and record QVGA video at 30fps. E6 also has a secondary VGA camera unlike Galaxy Pro.
Nokia E6 is again a step ahead of the competitor providing much greater storage capacity with 8GB of internal storing capacity and 512MB of RAM and ROM t go with it. Galaxy Pro has 512MB of internal storing capacity and 270MB of RAM. Eternal memory can be extended up to 32 GB via micro SD card in both the smart phones.
Nokia E6 in India has superior features than Galaxy Pro however the new OS may be a bit of a concern against the already established Android platform. Users that prefer better multimedia features than apps would definitely go for Nokia E6.