Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ vs Apple iPhone XS Max
PhoneBuff, a Youtuber puts Apple iPhone XS Max and brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ in a head to head speed test. In this test latest Note 10+ beats a one year old iPhone XS Max, but the margin is probably not as big as you might think. After all, Samsung’s flagship device Note 10+ is loaded with a 12GB of RAM.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ has won this speed test competition by a margin of 16 seconds against iPhone XS Max. Samsung S10+ has Snapdragon 855 chipset and 8GB RAM on board where as the latest Note 10+ has Snapdragon along with 12GB RAM and UFS 3.0 storage system on board. This victory of S10+ was the first time any Samsung Smartphone device has beaten iPhone device since the Note 5.
You can see head to head comparison of specs of both the devices here.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is the first device to beat an iPhone in the first lap of PhoneBuff speed test. It has beaten iPhone XS Max by 30 seconds in an overall 2 laps speed test competition.
Apple’s upcoming flagship device is expected to take back the crown of these speed test as soon as it is released next month. This is a positive competition because it is pushing all the companies to build more and more powerful flagship devices for its customers.
Below is the full of video of this test.