When the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were first announced, many people were saying how the new iPhones are outdated devices that packs hardware that have already been found in Android smartphones since 2012. The new iPhones are said to feature only a dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM while Android smartphones have already gone the 8-cores direction with a whopping 3GB of RAM, but how do they perform when compared to one another? There’s a video for that.
PhoneBuff recently took the iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8), and put them side by side for a “real-world” speed test. All three phones have been rebooted to make sure they are as fresh as possible, and are all connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
PhoneBuff then put all the phones through a “virtual obstacle course” to see which one finishes first. All 3 phones will open the same apps, wait for them to fully load before closing them to open another app. They will go through the same apps twice to test the initial loading and multitasking capability of each phone. A timer will be turned on to track how fast each phone loads the apps, the result?
Are you surprised by the outcome? Let us know!