The 2015 MWC expo has been pleasantly exciting as major flagships including the HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6 chose to unveil on the same week. However, Android phone geeks and first-adaptors face an extremely difficult choice: Which one?

We break down the phones by the numbers in order to give you a better picture on whether the Samsung Galaxy S6 or HTC One M9 is right for you.

Display: The HTC One M9 features a 5.0-inch LCD display that produces 1920x1080 resolution, or 442 ppi. The Samsung Galaxy S6 features a marginally larger screen at 5.1-inch. However, its sophisticated Super AMOLED screen boasts 2560x1440 resolution, or 577 ppi. The Samsung has decisively won the first round.

Chipset: The HTC One M9 runs on the 20nm Snapdragon 810 while the Samsung Galaxy S6 runs on the company’s own 14nm Exynos 7420. Both CPUs are rated at 4x Cortex-A57 + 4x Cortex-A53. The Samsung’s 14nm Exynos 7420 is inherently better at energy saving and battery life management. The HTC One features a 20nm Snapdragon 810. Both phones boast 3GB or RAM. In terms of efficiency, we give the win to the 14nm Exynos 7420 chipset within the Samsung.

Storage: Because of the brand-new metal construction of the Samsung Galaxy S6, the new flagship no longer features expandable MicroSD storage. Instead, Samsung offers users between a 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB version of the S6. Meanwhile, the HTC One M9 only offers a 32GB internal storage as standard. However, the HTC offers a MicroSD card slot. We give this one to HTC.

GPU: The Samsung Galaxy S6 features an incredible QHD display with an extraordinary 1920x1080 resolution. Samsung will use employ the ARM Mali-T760 to take on the stress. Meanwhile, the Adreno 430 GPU shouldn’t have any problem handling the pixels on the HTC One M9. That said, we expect the ARM Mali-T760 to cost Samsung significantly more of its power than the HTC. In terms of all-out performance, we give it to the Samsung Galaxy S6.

Battery use: Due to the Samsung’s decision to use the Exynos 7420 chip and focus on efficiency, the Samsung Galaxy S6 offers a smaller but more than sufficient 2,550 mAh battery. The HTC One M9 packs a 2,840 mAh battery. Hours of usage has yet to be confirmed, however. We’re going to determine the hours of use on the two phones as tied for now.

Camera: HTC has seriously upped its resolution and now offers a bold 20MP rear view camera. Meanwhile, the rearview camera in the Samsung S6 is 16MP. HTC has effectively closed the gap to the cameras in the high-end Sony Xperia Z flagships, but the HTC still lacks an optical image stabilization software, something that the Samsung has. Day shots will go to the HTC while shots taken at night will go to the Samsung

Other significant features for the smartphones include a new fingerprint scanner and heartbeat monitor on the Samsung. Meanwhile, the HTC One M9 features a refined BoomSound front-facing speaker that sounds better than ever before. The BoomSound is far more unique and will likely get more use than the features on the Samsung.

Ultimately, the points tie up to three votes for Samsung, two for HTC, and two ties. Now it’s  your turn: which phone would you like to go home with? Let us know in the comment section below!