What’s more, a more realistic speed test between the iPhone XS Max and Galaxy Note 9 showed that Apple’s smartphone tore Samsung’s flagship in the launch time of applications. Unlike other speed tests, this test is performed using a special device for greater accuracy.
In total, the devices downloaded 16 applications and games, including rendering video in 4K and exporting images from Snapseed.
In the first round of the iPhone, XS Max managed 1 minute 49 seconds, and Galaxy Note 9 – as much as 2 minutes and 11 seconds. In the second round, the iPhone XS Max took 43 seconds, and Galaxy Note 9 – only 35 seconds, because almost all applications were saved in memory. Not surprisingly, because Note 9 has 8GB of RAM, and the iPhone XS Max has 4GB.
In general, Galaxy Note 9 proved to be better in multitasking, but in the application load of the iPhone XS Max it is definitely not overtaken.