IPhone XS Max vs Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Published on Sep 26, 2018

Since it is known of the appearance of the iPhone XS Max on the market, it was well known that would be the direct competitor of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and definitely for the similarities in the size of the display. In these days, many YouTube channels have proceeded to make a number of challenges between the two devices.

It seems that to win the challenges of performance both the new iphone with its chip A12 Bionic, which we have already abundantly written in the past few weeks. The test was conducted by PhoneBuff, who has compared the speed of opening apps on two smartphones, considering a consequence, the management of multitasking.

As regards the technical specifications, we recall that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a Snapdragon processor 845 (Exynos 9810 for the european version) and are aided by 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage type UFS 2.1, standard another that offers performance and very high speeds.

The new iPhone XS Max instead mounts the processor on the A12 Bionic with 4 GB of Ram and 64 GB of storage, NVME. You might expect that the capacity of the RAM is actually sufficient to declare a winner, and yet, as repeatedly demonstrated by Apple, it is the management of the same to really make the difference.

To conduct the test in a more “unbiased” has been used a robotic arm capacitive, and on the two device was performed the same cycle of operations:

The results see the winner iPhone XS Max in each section: the opening speed of a single app, the ability to recall them from multitasking. However, the victory does not count as a detachment too obvious. The iphone in fact it is only 10% faster with respect to the Notes 9.

It speaks, moreover, is of top of the range and we might expect certainly the time of loading too long. Certainly does not appear to be an appreciable difference in normal daily use, making both smartphones are very quick, and personable.

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