Speed ‚Äč‚Äčand fluidity of the interface: in comparison OnePlus 7 Pro, Honor 20 Pro e Galaxy S10 + (photo)

by Kelvin
Speed ‚Äč‚Äčand fluidity of the interface: in comparison OnePlus 7 Pro, Honor 20 Pro e Galaxy S10 + (photo) 1

Sometimes it is said that "one smartphone is faster than another", but how to prove it scientifically? XDA he tried, comparing three top-of-the-line smartphones: OnePlus 7 Pro, Honor 20 Pro e Galaxy S10 + (version with Snapdragon 855). Who will win? Let's find out together.

Speed ‚Äč‚Äčtest

For the first test they were opened 150 times the same applications and measured the time required to completely create the activity main application. The three applications involved are Gmail, Play Store is YouTube.

  

Also during this test temperatures have been recorded. Tests began when the devices reached 30 ¬į C internal temperature. Of course, it is one "unconventional" use scenario, but it is interesting to note that no phone has experienced a drop in performance throughout the test.

THE results can be read below: if OnePlus 7 Pro and Honor 20 Pro give very similar results, the Galaxy S10 + is definitely worse. It should be noted, however, that this test also includes the ability to keep part of the application saved in RAM.

The temperature profile it is very similar for all smartphones: whoever does worse is definitely Honor 20 Pro, but not enough to be unacceptable. In any case, it is a result that seems to be reflected in everyday use.

DeviceOnePlus 7 ProHonor 20 ProSamsung Galaxy S10 +
YouTube (med. ms)591.4547.1891.9
Gmail (med. Ms)296.5316.9436.1
Play Store (med. Ms)501.4515.5713.6

Fluidity test

To measure the fluidity XDA has used automatisms able to record the time necessary for the creation of each individual frame rate. For completeness, all smartphones have been tested on same resolution (1.080p) e refresh rate (60 Hz).

THE results of the test can be read in the graphs below, where GM1917 corresponds to OnePlus 7 Pro, YAL-L41 to Honor 20 Pro and SM-G975U to Galaxy S10 +: if in a bland use such as the scrolling S10 + and OnePlus 7 Pro fail to lose frames (rendering time remains below that of refreshing the screen, in green), Honor 20 Pro leaves someone behind.

Different speech instead for a more complex use, where all smartphones lose a little something. In general, however, the fluidity of the OnePlus 7 Pro e Galaxy S10 + is similar and beats that of Honor.

Speed ‚Äč‚Äčand fluidity of the interface: in comparison OnePlus 7 Pro, Honor 20 Pro e Galaxy S10 + (photo) 2
DeviceOnePlus 7 ProHonor 20 ProSamsung Galaxy S10 +
Scrolling – Play Store (lost%)000
Scrolling – Gmail (% lost)030
Play Store – Composite (% lost)253
Gmail – Composite (% lost)352

Source: XDA Developers

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