Apple iPhone X vs Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Speed and Performance test, Browser, Apps, Gaming Speed tests as well as RAM management.
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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus with the Exynos 9810 vs iPhone X with the Apple A11 Bionic Chip
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something wrong with his iPhone 10 cause I’ve seen another video where the iPhone X beat the s9 and the note 8 “which both have the same amount of ram” at ram Management and I think it’s all bullshit, they’re both great phone said
3GB RAM on a £1000 in 2018... Plus, the games were more optimized for iOS. Anything to do with the internet and data usage, and the iPhone lost. Did you see the internet speed tests? iPhone couldn't even get over 110 MBPS, when the Android one could get 440 MBPS (Yes, some people do have superfast fiber internet) so you clearly didn't do any research or testing. People like you just cannot admit that your £1000 is overpriced. Enough said.
Asha Sharma why can't iPhone x have atleast 4gb ram , I do its much optimised than samsung , faster than samsung , ages well than samsung , but why 3gb when mid rangers and budget offers 4gb ram , its costly right , could have given 4gb atleast
I'll take both of them no matter what, I don't care about the good and the bad from those phones, I don't need to compare and I don't need to confuse, because for me they're just too cheap.
I can buy a supercar every year, so that's not a big problem for me to buy every smartphones that's available on the market right now.
If you want them for free, just tell me and give me your reason why do you really need a smartphone? Only you who has a good reason will get a free smartphone from me...
You don't have to subscribe, follow me or do anything for me, just tell me why do you really need it...
Great review, thanks. Just a query - I've changed my window animation time to 0.5 seconds in developer settings. It Can be turned off completely. This may make a small difference and could be interesting to compare the two then. Cheers
What about download and upload speed tests? That’s where it really counts. If I recorded a song or made a video on my phone and want to upload it to YouTube, I care more about that speed than how fast the app opens up.
Can somebody explain me why everyone say that the proccesor of iPhone X (A11 bionic) is more fast than the samsung's?? Because in this video, just like in other videos on YouTube, I can see that on speed tests Samsung is always the winner and not the IPhone x. And the apps that have been already loaded on background, don't need on samsung's device one more time from over again to load in compare to iPhone X.
1. Switching into tabs in regular apps was instant with iPhone and needed additional load time with S9. In other words iOS version had more to load thus slower start.
2. iPhone animation is jerky. This is the reason why didn't I switched to it - its price is unfair when it works less smooth than 1/3 times cheaper One Plus (I don't have one, just saw hot it performs)
3. Samsung lags as always - these long pauses when it does nothing.
4. iPhone looks much better
Great video but honestly that many games dont make sense at all. Maybe people actually do play that many games but still i think it didnt look practical to open so many. Wouldve loved to see more apps rather than games, maybe next time ;) But overall good stuff as always!
Brilliant video, one of the best if not the best speed test I've seen on YouTube. Apple really should've made its processor faster as the S9 Plus is very close in speed to the iPhone X but has Samsung Experience - Snapdragon 845 phones with stock Android are probably going to beat the iPhone X where the S9 didn't.
Nice video as always. Two amazing devices, for sure.
Apple’s RAM management appears to be taking a nose dive though. They used to excel here when compared to Samsung, too. Nice to see SS improving in this space.
I’m still a happy iPhone user, but the large offering of features of the galaxy and note series sure is tempting.
You do realize that "your real life performance" has nothing to do with reality do you ? Different app stores , different apps and codes ... how fast does app opens does not equal the better or the faster device .... it amazes me that ppl still test devices that way , while the apps are coded with differences and the speed of the opening depends on many other factors and not only device speed
for years i have been telling people but no one cares, its always, A vs B , 1 vs 2 ,
red vs blue it's in our nature, we will never have singularity if this keeps up. let alone you save a second out of your life for a instagram ad to be shown to you faster.. sheep all sheep, btw I have the s9+ and yes i'm one of them.
The results show what many have suspected. IPhone may open apps quicker as shown later in the apps being given opened BUT this is due to the fact that it was closing apps in its ram. Where the s9 plus was opening apps while still running apps in the back ground. A true apples to apples test would be to test opening apps with cleared ram since the iPhone can't compete in loaded ram test. Great test though. It helped me decide on the s9. Your test was a clear unbiased test which was much appreciated.
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