Whenever Apple launches its annual iPhone upgrades, they are sure to fire the flagships of the 2018 Samsung brand, including The iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max have absolute top specs, but the company's lowest-priced mobile phone has some compromises to cut costs. However, a YouTube creator in a new video decided to run the smartphone in a speed test with the powerful Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to measure, and both smartphones could beat surprisingly well.
Apple revealed no details about the memory on the new iPhone XR, but after a recent The iFixit demolition is the smartphone co mes with 3 GB of RAM. In comparison, the Galaxy Note 9 contains 8 GB of RAM. Despite the RAM difference, YouTuber wanted to test Phonebuff because of the powerful A12 Bionic chips from Apple, as the iPhone XR compared to the Galaxy Note 9 cuts off. As can be seen in the video, the iPhone XR has prevailed against the flagship of Samsung.
The video posted by the YouTube channel tests the overall performance of the iPhone XR and the Galaxy Note 9, with two rounds of apps found on each phone winner. The video features the Apple iPhone XR in the first round of the speed test, which opens 16 apps and games like Facebook, Starbucks, Microsoft Word, Camera, and Subway Surfers. This is about 15 seconds faster than the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
In the next round, when the same app series is being used to test how fast competitors can retrieve them from memory, the Samsung Flagship catch up the lost time bind with the iPhone XR. In the end, the iPhone XR ended up with a total time of 2:38:33 and the Galaxy Note 9 at 2:38:48.
It is worth noting that the final speed test is not definitive for Real's measurement -world performance Neither the iPhone XR nor the Galaxy Note 9. It may happen that the latest iPhone surpasses the top Galaxy Note 9 or vice versa. Even when loading apps that access web services, network latency plays a crucial role.