The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been introduced earlier this month boasting its 64bit quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor together with the 4GB RAM and runs the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. By looking on the numbers of these specs, one can easily judge that the Galaxy Note 7 beats the dual-core A9 processor and the 2GB RAM of the iPhone 6S. This can be true if you will count on the hardware side, but one should also have regards when the efficiently integrated hardware and software comes in place with the everyday usage of the device.
In the recent YouTube video created by David Rahimi of PhoneBuff, it shows that the efficient combination of the iOS and Apple’s custom-designed hardware could really pay off when it comes to loading apps and performing tasks on everyday usage of the device. The performance comparison video shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 side by side with the iPhone 6S in which the two smartphones were being tested to launch the same set of apps simultaneously.
The almost a year older iPhone 6S easily beats the Galaxy Note 7 when it comes to launching a series of apps including a video rendering and opening an image for editing. The iPhone 6S was able to completely launch all 14 apps and performs all tasks in just 1 minute and 21 seconds, while it took 2 minutes and 4 seconds for the Galaxy Note 7 to finish the same tasks. The iPhone 6S was able to finish first in cycling two laps of apps test in a total of 1 minute and 51 seconds, while the Galaxy Note 7 was able to complete the same cycle having a total of 2 minutes and 49 seconds.
Considering that the above video is just a single test comparing the usage of the handsets, it still suggests that the efficient integration of hardware and software of the iPhone deeply gives a significant advantage compared to the performance of the Android devices.
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