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iPhone XS Max broke Galaxy Note9 in performance test

Not everyone does not trust synthetic tests in benchmark programs. Yes, and this is understandable, since it is easier to check the speed of the device through the banal opening of programs.

So decided to act and well-known videobloger from the channel PhoneBuff. He alternately opened applications on the iPhone XS Max and Samsung Galaxy Note9.

The test consisted of two circles: the initial opening of the application and the re-opening of the main memory. The winner, of course, is the one who will do it faster.

What we have:

• iPhone XS Max – A12 Bionic, 4 GB of RAM 
• Samsung Galaxy Note9 – Snapdragon 845, 8 GB of RAM

Results:

• iPhone XS Max – 1 round: 01:49:45, 2 circle: 02:33:29 
• Samsung Galaxy Note9 – 1 round: 02:12:35, 2 round: 02:47:90

Time of the second round = time of the whole test from the very beginning

As a result, I won the iPhone XS Max. This was to be expected, since Apple has always made advanced devices.

What is the recent test from AnTuTu , which confirmed the title of leader for flagship smartphones of the Cupertinovites.

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