• For each image set, the order is as follows: Galaxy S7 Edge, iPhone 6S Plus, Galaxy S6 Edge (except for the last set, as the S6 Edge doesn't have a front-facing flash)

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

In low light the S7 Edge is able to focus and snap more information than the competitors

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

The iPhone 6S Plus does have a more natural-looking image

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

Good low light from the S6 Edge, but much muddier

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

A good balance of brightness and clarity from the S7 Edge

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

The iPhone has the best of the three images here, balancing the colour and brightness very well

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

The S6 Edge also put in a good performance

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

From further away, the S7 Edge is brilliant at pulling sharpness and brightness

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

Zoom in and you'll see the iPhone 6S Plus gets terribly noisy

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

The S6 Edge fares well, but isn't as impressive

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

The screen flash is very bright and even for selfies on the S7 Edge, and has a good width - but the edges are curved and distorted

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

The iPhone is a bit closer and less bright, but has a more natural front facing image