After dueling in falls, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus stared at a speed test against the iPhone XS Max to find out which one gets the most out of opening apps. The video was published on Thursday (29), by PhoneBuff channel, on YouTube.
Samsung's tried-and-true phablet variant comes with Snapdragon 855 chipset, plus 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. Already the rival's version of Apple It has A12 Bionic platform, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal space. Watch the following duel:
In all, 16 applications were run in the experiment. In the first round, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus managed to open them all first, with a time of 1min55s30. Already the iPhone XS Max needed 2min9s55 to complete the step.
The current flagship of Apple got the best of apps like Facebook, Word and Hulu, but lagged behind in the four games – segment considered a strength of the device. In addition, Samsung's rival had significant advantages over Adobe Rush and ESPN.
When it came to checking whether the device could hold back applications in the background, it was a new advantage for the latest South Korean brand phablet. O Galaxy Note 10 Plus did not need to reopen any of the 16 tested and finished the second lap in 33s95. Already the iPhone XS Max did not maintain Excel and Word, which made it close this phase in 50s31.
In full time, the Android device took about 30 seconds less to complete the entire experiment compared to the iOS smartphone.
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(updated on August 31, 2019, 7:10 pm)