About a month ago, we brought here a speed battle between Samsung's Galaxy Note10 + and the iPhone XS Max, in which the South Korean device emerged victorious. At the time, I wondered what the test results would be like a few weeks later when the next iPhone came out.
Well, here we are, in the wonderful future! And guess what: the Samsung device keeps winning, this time from the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The PhoneBuff test, which follows the same methodology as ever (with the robot controlling a stylus for greater accuracy), was led by the iPhone during much of the process. Apple's device completed the first "lap" in the lead, opening circuit applications faster than the Galaxy; It was only in the second round, where the ability of each device to keep apps open was tested, that the Samsung device (with its 12GB RAM, ie 3x more than Apple device) outperformed the new iPhone.
The end result was very close: the Note10 + completed the full circuit just six seconds before the iPhone 11 Pro Max. That is the thing we always repeat: no matter which device you choose, make sure you find a great experience and beautiful speed in any of the ecosystems.
Still, this is one of the only times Samsung has beaten Apple in a test of the sort considering two newly released handsets. Yellow sign on Apple or follow the game?