In terms of quality smartphones, two companies are there which are competing with each other as their battle is just for winning the crown to have the best smartphone – Samsung and Apple. Prior this month, Samsung introduced its latest flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 7 and the reviewers already have begun comparing the iPhone flagship offerings to the Phablet. After seeing the initial results, it appears like Apple still might be dominating the South Korean firm, Samsung, at least in terms of real work functionality.
If we go through the comparison video regarding the latest speed test between iPhone 6s and Galaxy Note 7 posted by PhoneBuff, a channel of YouTube, we can see that the latter is well behind the former even though the iPhone 6s was introduced last year.
Both smartphones were made for opening 14 apps, one after another in this speed test and when iPhone 6s was capable of performing this function in just 1 minute and 21 seconds, the Note 7 took 2 minutes and 4 seconds for finishing the same.
And opening all 14 applications the 2nd time, the Note 7 took 2 minutes and 49 seconds, whereas iPhone 6s took only 1 minute and 51 seconds.
The Note 7 is having some superb features and specifications because the phone sports a Quad-core Snapdragon 820 SoC, paired with 4GB of RAM. This Phablet is anticipated to challenge iPhone 6s, which sports Dual-core A9 processor, coupled with 2GB of RAM. Well, the tests appear to display something else.
Albeit, this test might not be ultimate evidence that iPhone 6s is a faster smartphone in comparison with the Note 7, because there is just one scenario displayed in the test, it is quite fair to predict that Apple is capable of producing an essentially better result in terms of functionality in spite of having seemingly inferior hardware due to better collaboration between the hardware and OS of its phones.
It is expected that Apple will be coming up with its latest smartphones upcoming month, and those smartphones are expected to come with a better hardware than now on iPhone 6s, and it will be exciting to see how Samsung handles the condition from now onward.