iPhone with iOS, Nexus Plus 6S 6 p with Android and Microsoft Lumia 950 XL with Windows 10 Mobile is set against each other in a speed test.
How does the three latest top models within each operating system to each other? It’s YouTube channel, PhoneBuff, set out to find out.
In a video made for Apple’s iPhone with iOS 9, Plus Google’s 6S and 6 p with Android Huaweis Nexus 6.0 Marshmallow and Microsoft’s Lumia 950 XL with Windows 10 Mobile towards each other to see how they’re doing in some of the most important tasks: Speed and multitasking.
Specifically, the three top models run through 11 different apps at the time-not just one, but two times. The test examines how fast processors are therefore partly to load the content, which counts everything from camera, Gallery, websites and games as Temple Run, and, on the other hand, tested operating systems ‘ ability to keep the many apps and games open in memory when they are opened once again.
The top model, ending the test in the shortest time is the winner-and it is Apple with iPhone 6S Plus, which protrudes from the two other competitors. Apple’s veloptimerede A9-despite only two processor cores to the eight kernede Snapdragon 810 requires only a few seconds of loading of the heavy game where Google’s and Microsoft’s top model is losing valuable seconds.
Apple sticks, in particular from the other two in the second game, where apps and games open without hesitation. Here, each of the apps and games reload with competitors, and it costs time. Therefore ends up iPhone to connect with both actually Plus 6S laps after 1 minute and 23 seconds while Lumia 950 XL ends his first game, which the Nexus 6 p makes 6 seconds faster.
iPhone 6S Plus beats competitors with lengths
To finish the ends of the speed test, so with that iPhone 6 Plus win big after 1 minute and 23 seconds, followed by Nexus 6 p with 2 minutes and 4 seconds, while Lumia 950 XL must make do with third place after completing the tasks in 2 minutes and 10 seconds.
In addition to the apparently very optimized A9 processors can of course also be other factors that come into play on result in an unscientific test like this, for example, the amount of pixels that are almost twice as high in the Nexus 6 p and Lumia 950 XL.
One should also bear in mind that he must manually click on each app, which can lead to irregularities.The man behind the YouTube channel, David, may be said to be well trained in precisely this when he is behind a myriad of videos where smartphones will be put to the same test.
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