iPhone 11 Pro Max lose Galaxy Note 10+ in speed test results
Previously, Ponebuff has carried a drop test for the latest iPhone 11 Pro Max and Galaxy Note 10+. This time, Ponebuff did some other experiment by comparing the speed of these two phones. Before the Speed Test begins, let’s take a look of the specifications of both phones.
As you can see, the iPhone 11 Pro Max has specs with less RAM than the Galaxy Note 10+, 4GB and 12GB respectively, which is 3 times difference. Apple has claimed that the A13 Bionic chipset is the strongest compared to others. With the improved iOS 13 operating system, which speed up the app start time twice as fast as previous versions.
Lap 1: App loading speed
Let’s get started, the Galaxy Note 10+is considered a better choice. The apps loading time is shorter than iPhone 11 Pro Max, it led about 1 full app.
But, after a while, the iPhone 11 Pro Max accelerates beyond the Galaxy Note 10+ and continue the lead until the end of lap 1
Lap 2: App reloading speed
For the lap 2 test aims to test the speed of reloading the previously loaded apps. This is to test how much the RAM can hold the applications.
iPhone Pro Max clearly works pretty well on reloading light apps such as ESPN, Hulu and Amazon. However, it is stuck on the editing app Adobe RU.
Galaxy Note 10+ finally accelerated and won the lap 2.
This could be due to the fact that the Galaxy Note 10+packs up to 12GB of RAM, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max only offers 4GB. However, both smartphones are considered powerful flagships with specifications and features in the market.