DAMN: Dual-Core, 2GB RAM iPhone 6s Beats Octa-Core, 4GB RAM Galaxy Note 7 In App Speed Test In Real Time

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It means a lot when smartphones comparison has been done perfectly whenever a manufacturer introduces a new device into the market. We have already shared some of such reviews, because the majority of non-technically au fait consumers will simply make their decisions based on the manufacturer of the hardware or the background running operating system, but there’s still another particular subset of enthusiasts.

Users who are not only passionate about how a new gadget performs, but such also test it how it performs when compared to the other competitor that’s already available. This time around, it was the war between the Samsung’s latest 2016-released Galaxy Note 7 vs iPhone 6s Apple’s 2015 range.

The newly announced Galaxy Note 7 has although managed to once again reignite the appetites of those who prefer their smartphone to come packing with a stunning display and the screen-size found on most devices. In this case with Samsung’s Galaxy Note range, has the stunning 5.7-inch display, and the company behind its development has made enough changes in the underlying hardware and software to allow the Note 7 to compete on-par with other rival devices on the market. Here’s a video which pits the Note 7 against the one year old iPhone 6s in a head-to-head real-world speed test.

Previously we have much preferred to see the Galaxy Note 7 compared with Apple’s iPhone 6s Plus, but even with the 4.7-inch iPhone 6s, Galaxy Note 7 lost the winning chance, the results don’t speak overly highly of the product that Samsung has built.

On the first set of round of launching apps, Apple’s iPhone 6s almost instantly catapults itself into a stage by managing to invoke and run apps as much more efficiently than the Note 7 lead.

In fact, Samsung fans may not ready to actually hear about Apple’s iPhone 6s performance against Galaxy Note 7 in the speed test, which is nearly a year old and has half the RAM of the Note 7 at 2GB, managed to outperform Note 7 in both laps of app launches before Samsung’s latest hardware had even finished the first.

Of course, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6s has a dual-core processor, 2 gigs of RAM, and it runs on iOS, and thus this software and hardware combination has been extremely well optimized to drive the 1330×750 pixels resolution display smoothly in real-time situations. secondary, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on the either hand has been powered by a Octa-Core CPU, 4GB RAM, and runs Android Marshmallow with TouchWiz UI on top. If this comparison video is anything to go by, it clearly states enough or hasn’t been optimized well to drive 2560×1440 2k resolution display smoothly in real-world solutions.

Evidence: Check out the video for yourself to see what you think of this head-to-head race.

Performance apart, although many consumers have been eagerly waiting for the launch of Samsung’s latest Android-powered device. Apple on the other hand is also preparing for the launch of its 2016 flagship smartphone range in the next few weeks time. It will be more excited to see how will those perform against Galaxy Note 7.

(Source: PhoneBuff [YouTube])

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