Samsung maybe behind on optimization, but the iPhone has also had a years worth of updates/patches which may have assisted in its optimization...
viveksubhash, 23 Aug 2016actually its the other way around... try running iphone at QHD..oh wait you can't do that... ... moreI think your dad won't go back because he doesn't know anything but because you say him always how much better his note is compared to his old iPhone
AnonD-539116, 23 Aug 2016If you watch the YouTube clip you will see that the iPhone 6s also beat the OnePlus 3 & th... moreNah. The A9 is only on par with other 2016 flagship SoCs. The thing that makes the latest iPhones win every single speed test however is the crazy fast NVMe storage.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016really? Then tell me how to make it on my Xperia. This would be really cool. And I want it to ... moreSearch "Graviti Screen - On/Off" in play store. You'll be amaze how accurate it is. All you need is a smartphone that has proximity sensor, gravity sensor, and gyroscope.
AnonD-457389, 23 Aug 2016A small reminder that the note 7 is running at 4 times the resolution of the Iphone 6s.Agree with you.
The author seems didn't include that important fact on purpose, instead hastily conclude with:
"if speed and performance is your priority, the iPhone still seems like the best bet."
Note7, 23 Aug 2016Optimised iOS and A9 is really impressive but the techniques used in iOS and real multi-taskin... moreI get what your saying. But that being said, if this was a race between a bog standard sports car with a high top speed & newer, technologically superior sports car designed to be better than the bog standard car & it was slower, would that not be a bit shameful?
AnonD-539116, 23 Aug 2016If you watch the YouTube clip you will see that the iPhone 6s also beat the OnePlus 3 & th... moreOptimised iOS and A9 is really impressive but the techniques used in iOS and real multi-tasking Android OS (and custom skinning on top) are totally different IMO. When the processors and threads taking up resources for Multi-Threaded apps, your resource will slowly deplete when you keep launching apps mindlessly one after the other as in this case. iPhone iOS has implemented this strategy differently where they have optimised the app to take snapshots of app state and reproduce them with a trick (screen shot first them the actual app)....It is sort of illusion but still better than Android, agreed. That does not make Note 7 less performing. These sort of videos may try to hold the buyers from making immediate purchase of Note 7 or force Samsung to reduce cost little bit since Apple iPhone 7 is about to launch soon but other than that these videos may not make much difference in the real world scenario.
AnonD-349701, 23 Aug 2016It's not just the hardware.. it's the software made for their own architecture.. the instructi... moreYeah true. It's going to be a problem on Android when there are so many variations of Android handset, the apps can't be made for each phone.
viveksubhash, 23 Aug 2016dude android already has pick up to wake...its been there so long...thats all i wanted to point outreally? Then tell me how to make it on my Xperia. This would be really cool. And I want it to work always, not that I have to raise it 3 times and then it wakes up in my pocket.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016But this isn't about the graphics, it's about opening apps. And if you compare it in gaming (t... moreactually a gpu is needed to just render the UI..otherwise the main processor gets throttled too soon..
AnonD-539116, 23 Aug 2016If you watch the YouTube clip you will see that the iPhone 6s also beat the OnePlus 3 & th... moreIt's not just the hardware.. it's the software made for their own architecture.. the instructions in the processing :) people just don't get it
AnonD-1825, 23 Aug 2016Everything wrong, you fandroids really need to stop using that resolution excuse.
https://y... moreactually its the other way around... try running iphone at QHD..oh wait you can't do that...
there may not be any noticeable change when you put your resolution at lowest in a pc(actually there is..but lets go with your version)..a system's resources are used more at higher resolution, and that goes at an exponential rate...check out fps in games for example...see the difference in hd, full hd Qhd and 4k...
and lastly..the ui itself uses the graphic card..this is not the ms-dos era where you don't need the graphic card to run the system's function...even the caller function need some amount of gpu support, which is why apple cannot dare to come out of its tile interface or it will freez..i personally don;t have a thing against apple..and may try to get an ipad sometime in the future...my dad liked it(the iphone)...he had no tech skills(as usual)..now he has a note...he does't even use the s-pen but he has vowed never to go back
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016It's not really android that's so heavy. TouchWiz is veeeeery heavy. Android is always getting... moreIf you watch the YouTube clip you will see that the iPhone 6s also beat the OnePlus 3 & the Nexus 6p. It doesn't matter the skin or the variant of Android, the iPhone will always win because of the A9x chip being far superior to SD or Exynos. It's not hard to understand really.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016Why? Android M: Fingerprint scanner support, iOS 7 was earlier Android N: Pressure sensitive ... moredude android already has pick up to wake...its been there so long...thats all i wanted to point out
Kenyaone, 23 Aug 2016If I was given the option of note 7 and iPhone 6 to go on a business trip with for a week, it ... more"This comparison is like two kids in a race, and the winner boasting he came first when the other kid ran the race with a 20 kilo weight in a backpack on his back"
I like your analogy.
Really! this kind of comparison is only good for a 80 yrs old grandma!!!
Smarter person knows there is no real multitasking in iPhone! so of course there is no task open when you go for the second application! do u want to understand what I am saying?! go open iTunes, Music and app store (these are working multitasking like android) and do the same test! then I like to see "Apple Lover"'s face.
Note has more pixel so more process!
They have completely different operation system!
Developer of same application may not be good as the other one (even bigger application with big team) so they are not efficient in iOS or Android!
Daily speed test is not about opening 10 different apps! better to work on these below:
- How fast opening web pages
- How fast is camera
- How fast you can save a document (Sorry Apple! you are out of this test)
- How fast you can switch between two application that are running sententiously