Apple has done it again, iPhone 6S Plus has smoked the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in a speed test.
Apple with its iPhone lineup always captivates the audience with something new.
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When Apple introduced its famous duo (iPhone 6S and 6S Plus), the initial benchmark results were enough to impress all the people who wanted to buy them.
The main competitors; Samsung’s flagship devices, are still behind the Apple’s stunning duo in speedy performance and RAM capability.
AnandTech’s detailed benchmarking has crowned the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus as the fastest smartphones in the world for now.
But we just got a video from phone buff about a real-world, head-to-head test between the iPhone 6S Plus and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5.
In the video, in order to gauge the performances, both the phones are put through a virtual obstacle course.
The first lap is used to test each device’s ability to load applications, while the second lap test is used to check each phone’s multi-tasking abilities.
The lap times are then added together to get an overall time. After the first lap, it became quite clear that Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is not a better performer than Apple’s iPhone 6S Plus, even with 4 GB RAM.
Not to forget iPhone 6S and 6S Plus comes with 2GB of RAM. Although there is not a lot difference between the lap time of the two devices; as the iPhone 6S Plus notches up 49 seconds, with the Note 5 close behind with 51 seconds.
In the next lap, however, the results for the Note 5 are quite disappointing. At the point when crossing the last hurdle, Apple's latest phone completed whooping sixteen seconds earlier than Samsung's 2015 flagship.
Apple's iPhone 6S has the capacity to flawlessly handle multi-tasking by officially having the beforehand launched applications waiting in the background.
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The Note 5 then again essentially is not equipped for that level of speed, even with 4GB of RAM.