Google Nexus 6P vs Samsung Galaxy S6 Real-world Speed and performance test, Finger print unlock, camaera launch, browser, apps, gaming speed tests as well as RAM management.
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how about battery life? cause i have a samsung galaxy s4 and the battery is awful,i use two batteries to go through the day, and i don´t want to change to a s6 and have the same problem and worst cause don´t have remobable battery, is the 6p way better? any experience?
Well I don't personally own a 6p, I actually just got a pixel and I can assure you I get a solid 4 hours SOT daily. Don't know how much that will help but I know that google's software optimization is better than samsung's.
first of all can you put this in the translator because i don' t know how to say it in english
el s6 no estaba con red wi fi sino que estaba con red 4g por eso cargo mas repido el nexus 6p la pagina de bbc
At work watching this video with my 6P and S6 on my desk, love both of these phones, I use my S6 for when I know Im going to be taking a lot of pics and when I'm basically going to be out and about for most of the day I prefer my smaller S6, but most of the time I'm rocking my 6P, the phone is just such a beast I love it.
+Dimitris Ps That's android for you. all depends on what your running and how you use your phone. He'll it depends on how your phone is feeling that day.
All I know is I followed along step by step with him in this video and no app reloads happened.
+Ethan Wilson first enable developer options and scroll down on the developer options tab till you reach "limit background processes" and you can pick which ever option you want. I am just assuming that was his issue I'm not sure 100%.
thats why the s7 doesnt impress me. People overlook software. I mean samsung for once doesn't have cheap plastic on their phone, but their software is still yucky. Although its really fast at opening up apps.
Sticking with sony. they have the best camera anyways.
Come on s6!!! you can do better than this. well maybe not until sammy decides to optimize your software.
seeing the specs that my Samsung s6 is giving, it is depressing. I don't know if it's that 2k screen or not. but eitherway, they better up their game with the s7 or I'm jumping ship.
S6 is a beast but first you have to disable or delete the bloatware(root) and disable the animations then yes is the faster.... Until then is one of the faster out there... And in the end I am an oneplus user and with snapdragon 801 3gB ram I am some milliseconds slower so what? Calm down and buy the devise you like and feel better in the hand..... With marshmallow update all the devises will have multi window and the compatibility to make an external SD to internal by default and more things that only samsung and LG had or you have to be rooted and now it's for all..... All these videos are for fun not for fun boys to fight each other like you are the owners
pure android for life I have a lg g pad 7.0 with cm13 ( android 6.0 ) and its a lot faster when I installed google apps on google play store and google now but when I had i t loaded with full google apps with all the apps it was slow as hell its the same as Samsung bloatware but I have to admit in android 5 they did remove a few bloatware but again it has bloatware not like stock android
I was not surprised the pure android will always beat touchwiz because its lighter and has better ram management I thought that because of the faster processor on the Samsung s6 I thought that it will load faster apps but no the 810 is still a beast
Honestly if you love stock android and the high spec, you will get a good smooth experience, but, if ur in2 the new chipset 820 and maybe more ram etc, wait for the s7 but the s7 has touchwiz and has had issues with reliability, also, it's Gonna be a lot more expensive
Hi Super Saf. It is an unbiased review as always. However, the comparison is not great in my opinion. There is no multitasking issue as if you run two concurrent operations you will realize that both gets executed nicely. The problem seems to be with the Android management of opened apps or apps in the background. In Android 5 the shift from one app to another seems to reload/init from scratch or close to that. In Android 6 (which will come officially to the Note and there are already custom ROMs available) this implementation has changed. The background apps are persisted in memory to a certain extent for faster performance at the expense of memory which seems fine. This has nothing to do with raw performance. Android 6 is more efficient than Android 5. Not Samsung fault really. Once Android 6 is available for the Note this will improve. If Android 6 wasn't coming out for the Note I could understand the comparison. But in that particular point you are really comparing OSs. I'm actually surprised that the Note was able to launch the apps from scratch so fast considering that the information is not easily available for it to read.
+Hunter Miller Hi Hunter. The problem is the terminology that you are using. The switch control has no RAM Management issues. It simply does not store information in memory for faster data access. RAM issues are a severe issue in software development. You would be seeing the apps crashing constantly, the memory leaking, multi threading issues, memory overflow, etc. The Samsung phones don't have these issues so please start using the terminology correctly. Just say that the switch control is not optimized.
How does Samsung not have a RAM management issue when every other phone manufacturer doesn't have this problem? You point is invalid because every other non Samsung phone running Android lollipop doesn't have this problem.
You're wrong the app reloading problem was fixed with Android 5.1. So yes it is Samsung's fault because the Nexus 6 and the LG G4 which all ran 5.1 had no app reloading problems so I your argument is invalid. And how is he comparing OS's if they both run Android which is the same os
for me, the reason S6 still edge out no matter what is that if you see all the content shown a 5.7inch of nexus 6p vs S6 isn't won by much as matter in fact they look almost the same albeit a slight more data from the supposedly larger screen
while i do like tests like these, they should be done with a machine that can accurate test them at the same time, i saw on one point you clicked faster with one finger, i mean the diffrence is slim but it wont give an accurate result :(
Are you using the latest FW update for the S6? I'm on T-Mobile and got the push a few weeks ago which helped the RAM management issue (up to five recent apps open). I would get the 6p if not for the snapdragon throttling problems.
I have the Galaxy S6 Edge 64GB White and I love it. It's fast and furious, but it does lag. It just doesn't have the smooth "Nexus" experience. Keyboard lags, opening Hangouts lags. Not all the time, but frame rates are definitely suffering.
I think my biggest gripe is the damn physical home button. It's insufferable, now. Do you know how many pictures of my shoes I have because I'm taking my phone out of my pocket and accidentally launching the camera? Or, I'm on Hangouts and hit the home button and it launches the share location feature. I can't deal.
The Galaxy camera rocks! Plain and simple. You get top notch ALWAYS! But, I've ordered the Nexus 6P Frost 64GB. It may not be as fast gaming, but the everyday things are killing it for me. I want a smooth consistent experience, and TouchWiz is just not delivering. I will say that it's a hell of an improvement from previous Galaxy phones, but the bloat is still there.
That said, I would still recommend the S6 to anyone looking for an awesome phone, Android or otherwise. There are many things I will miss about it. There just isn't a perfect phone.
this is the reason why the battery life sucks on galaxy devices vs the competition, it take more battery from the phone when it needs to reopen and reload everything. I'm getting me a iPhone 6s+ and getting rid of my note 5
+Mr. Haxminator I understand that. I personally don't care a whole lot about customizing. I made my note the way I like it and dont feel the need to keep switching it up. I don't need something with a lot of options just as long as its feature full and easy to understand. They both need something more though but im going to keep a iPhone as my daily driver and keep me a android on the side for when I need it.
I recently got a note 5 and even with the newer chip there is something about it that makes it feel a bit slower. Not by much but enough to notice. There is a lot that I like about this phone but for Samsung to when me over, their phones are going to need more work when it comes to optimizimg their software. Thats one of the biggest problems about Samsung phones. They keep putting more cores and more features but when it comes down how the phone entitially runs, I give that to iOS hands down.
Not sure why people like to mention app load times to better CPU , lol. Obviously its the better flash storage used , for example the iPhone 6s , which has the fastest flash storage of all the phones currently , boots up in about 10+ secs as compared to Galaxy s6/note5 , which used to be on top.