Speed test : iPhone XS Max vs Galaxy Note 9

iPhone XS Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 are the two strongest flagship in the iPhone camp and Android camp, respectively, and a lot of users are wondering how the speed comparison will be between them.

Youtube blogger GizmoSlipTech compared the XS Max and the Note 9 opening speed with 5 applications and 5 games, the results are interesting, it can be said that both have their own advantages.

▲Common applications opening speed comparison

▲ Games opening speed comparison

From the video point of view, the ordinary lightweight applications open faster on the Galaxy Note 9 than the iPhone XS Max, and when opening a large 3D games, iPhone XS Max has a clear advantage.

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It’s also worth mentioning that although the XS Max only has half the memory of Samsung Note9 (4GB), it does a better job of keeping the app running in the background. All open applications in the test do not need to be reloaded when they are opened for the second time. Samsung Note9 encountered a reload when reopening some games.

It is worth to mention that the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR are powered by the A12 bionic chip, which is based on a 7nm process. According to the official introduction, compared with the A11 bionic chip, the A12 bionic chip graphics processor has a speed increase of up to 50%, a core speed performance increase of up to 15%, and an energy efficiency of up to 50%.

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1 Comment

  1. Lazar Prodanovic
    September 23, 2018

    Both scheduler and memory menagment on Linux are light years ahead of iOS. Samsung never whose a good example regarding optimisations for both. It’s inreresting to point out how game’s he tested use completely different API’s & probably also different rendering approaches so it’s apple’s and oranges. It’s natural that EGLS will load slower (even more so if it’s tied to tile rendering) compared to more SMP oriented newer one’s. Other than that iOS initialisation advantage lies in that it doesn’t have to reclaim RAM ahead of lunching huge game. There are still better approaches for a mobile like app snapshot one’s (Atari, DF BSD).