Speed test: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 v/s Apple iPhone Xs Max

Published on October 2, 2018

Samsung’s flagship named Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge owners may have a good news for them, as these two models have got a new security update. It was received by T-Mobile and the update which S7 got was of version G930TUVU4CRI2, while the S7 edge is receiving version G935TUVU4CRI2. This was the updates given by the company, therefore if you own a Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge then be ready to get an update. Where to check for updates? You can check in your device by simply going into the  Settings > Software update > Download updates manually.

This update will completely boost your smartphone, the games and most importantly the applications, therefore these apps in the background will help to update the new version faster than the normal speed. Also to ensure accurate results of this version, the testers have done a trial of the phone by using a robot in a temperature controlled environment to ensure accurate results.

Also if try checking about Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Apple XS then Nite 9 have Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and 8GB of RAM and Apple’s has the lastest A12 Bionic brains which are said to be around 15 per cent faster than its predecessor, basically more than A11.

Apple is the good brand in the terms of speed and running of the application, it has also performed well in speed test results also. we got this information in 2018. Some facts about iPhone Xs Max is that it was able to blitz through the task in 2 minutes and 33 seconds. Whereas as you all are well aware of the fact that Note 9 has double the RAM of Apple than also it was 14 seconds slower than Apple. The reports about the iPhone Max said that it was even faster in all the parts but a drawback with that it was failing by not being able to keep every single app running in the background. But NOte 9 was able to do this task very easily but doesn’t matter there is a lot of things left before taking the victory.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 v/s Apple iPhone Xs Max
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