IPhone Leads Benchmarks Including Samsung Galaxy Note 9 And OnePlus 6

Posted: Aug 18 2018, 8:53am CDT | by , in Report | Trends

 
IPhone leads benchmarks including Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and OnePlus 6

In its customary style, Samsung drawn off an excellent event to start its second flagship mobile gizmo in 2018, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Samsung also improved the Galaxy Notice 9's S-Pen, which now has a power supply and can perform jobs such as snap images or control the device's volume level. We've got a few of the first benchmarks for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

The first two assessments related to performance. We have GeekBench 4, which targets holistic performance somewhat than segments. Inside the test, Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 results 8,876 points - that are in the ballpark of what you might expect from the Snapdragon 845. The iPhone X and the OnePlus 6 on the other hands bagged ratings of 10,357 and 9,088 factors respectively, making for a definite business lead on the iOS device.

Moving towards 3D Symbol Slingshot Extreme 3.1, the Galaxy Note 9, iPhone X and OnePlus 6 obtained 4639, 4994, and 5124 points respectively. As the OnePlus 6 and iPhone X are relatively in the same ballpark, the Note 9's rating is more on par with the Samsung Galaxy S9+, which handles to rating 4634 points.

A screen brightness test for the Galaxy Word 9 discloses that these devices has a optimum luminosity of 604 nits, substantially higher than the iPhone X and OnePlus 6 which report 547 each. However, in this metric, the Galaxy S9+ and LG's G7 ThinQ top out the Note 9, taking care of to report 630 and 900 nits in light productivity. Finally, the Galaxy Note of 9 tops the iPhone X in color ratio, managing to fully capture 224% of sRGB from the iPhone's 128.6%. The OnePus 6 and the Galaxy S9+, on the other side, record 240.3% and 231% of the range respectively.

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