Speed Test: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs. iPhone 6s Plus [Video]

Speed Test: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs. iPhone 6s Plus [Video]

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Earlier today we posted some benchmarks showing that the Snapdragon 820 processor found in the Samsung Galaxy S7 bested the Apple A9 processor found in the iPhone 6s. At that time we noted that despite the results the iPhone 6s Plus was likely to outperform or match the S7 Edge in real world usage.

Below are a couple speed tests comparing the two popular smartphones. Which do you think comes out on top?

Take a look at the videos below and let us know what you think in the comments!




TechnoGeek - March 9, 2016 at 6:08am
LOL, an 8 core 4 gig phone is slower than a 2 core 2 gig IPhone. When the Android phone is used in real world, the processing builds up and it become even slower. Add the caching in the Ram and you have yourself a brick. Next please.
. - March 7, 2016 at 10:54pm
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA of course this is a real world test. In fact, this is so real that no matter how good or bad screen displays are on either phones (despite iPhone using a less sharper display yet still looks just as good like any other phone out there since iPhone 5), but it all boils down to optimization and of course as someone already mentioned, Java required to run on android to go through that process to boot up games or whatever first, but either way, it can't compete!
kumaran - March 7, 2016 at 5:17pm
Samsung Galaxy S7 vs iPhone 6s Speed Test! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_d-L0YHSGIY
Kk - March 7, 2016 at 4:59pm
It's a fact that no matter how strong the processor of an Android device is, it can never beat the iPhone in real world scenario. It is simply because Java needs virtual environment to run on. Android is based on Java. The processor might be fast but it has to go through the virtual layer first
Shashank534 - March 9, 2016 at 4:52pm
True one
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