Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 humiliates iPhone 6 in a performance test (Video)

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is humiliated iPhone 6 in a first performance test done new product from Samsung, and in the video below you will see about the difference in the speed of the two smartphones to open applications .

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is based on a chip Exynos 7420 where we find octa-core processor consists of four Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.5 GHz Cortex-A57 cores and four clocked at 2.1 GHz, 4 GB RAM and a video card Mali- T760MP8

iPhone 6 on the other hand has a dual-core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz, 1 GB RAM and that's all, so theoretically Samsung Galaxy Note 5 should humiliate unappealable terminal Apple, especially that has 4 times more RAM available.

Well "reality beats the movie" and the test that you see below, iPhone 6 was 17 seconds faster than the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in the opening applications installed in two devices, the difference being made for the second test the applications have been reopened.

Specifically, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 had bigger problems than the iPhone 6 in reopening the application in the background, despite the fact that has 4 GB of RAM available and the game Angry Birds 2 was the one who made the difference between the two terminals in test .

17 seconds is a big difference and is noticeable in everyday use terminal, so we are not talking about a second or two in the opening applications, but about 17 seconds serious that differentiates the two finish.

To be honest I am amazed that this 4 GB RAM of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 have not managed to provide a substantial advantage against iPhone 6 in reopening applications in the background, but perhaps Angry Birds 2 is not optimized to use properly so you see the result for yourself.

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