For some time now, people have kept comparing iPhones and Android phones. Apple is often compared to Samsung. YouTuber Phonebuff conducted a speed test between iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The winner? Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Why you’re asking? iPhone 11 Pro Max had a loss because of the memory management issues.
When Apple made an announcement about the iPhone 11, the phone had two different things that the previous models. The design was different – with the Apple logo and the square camera bump. Also, there was a new chipset – Apple A13 Bionic, which is present on all the phones from the iPhone 11 lineup. Then, the A13 Bionic chip was said to be 20% better than its predecessors. The processor was great, and the apps loaded fast.
What does the speed test say?
Phonebuff posted a speed test video. There were two laps.
In the first one, there was a series of apps, which were opened on these phones – one app opened as soon as the previous one completed its loading process.
In the second lap, Phonebuff opened the very app again to see which apps were stored in the memory, and which had to be started once again.
At first, The Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max was better than Samsung Galaxy Note 10, when it came to the processing activities: loading games or rendering. It had no problems in loading apps such as Snapseed, Excel, and Spotify faster than the Samsung phone. But in the second lap, the iPhone was behind Samsung, because it was not able to retain the apps in its own memory. He had to load them up again. This is why Samsung Galaxy Note 10 won the speed test with 16 seconds.