With each new generation a new contest is served that confronts the best of that year. In addition, particularly between Apple and Samsung, there is a rivalry from the beginning of the iPhone and the Galaxy S series which makes every year we look forward to seeing the top end terminals of both companies faced to know which is the fastest or which has better camera, and so with practically every aspect of them.
This time we talk about the speed of the two star devices of both companies, the Galaxy S20 Ultra and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. A recent test by EverythingApplePro has made it clear that Although the iPhone is an incredibly fast terminal, Samsung's device is even more, mainly thanks to include 3 times more RAM than the Cupertino smartphone.
The test is based on two rounds in which apps of the day are opened on each device, as well as more demanding apps and games of last generation. In this way It is intended to see how the device handles all this workload and at what speed it executes it. In the first round you can see how the iPhone has a slight front and opens the applications a little faster than the Samsung, although nothing really remarkable. It is in the second when we see how the device of the choranos takes absolutely the lead and the iPhone is surpassed.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra with its 12GB of RAM is able to keep the apps that were run in the first round open in the background, which makes it much faster to access them again in the second. For its part, the iPhone although it has been faster in the first round and has always been characterized by an incredible management of RAM, loses all the advantage in the second round by having to open all apps from 0 , as is not able to keep them in the background at the same time and has been closing them to use that memory for the new apps that were opening.
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The conclusion that we can draw from this test is that the gap that once stood between an iOS device and one with Android has narrowed to the point that the tables have changed and mainly the amount has exceeded the efficiency that until now had the lead. Despite how we claim to make an enviable RAM management, when we face one device against another with 3 times its RAM the first succumbs, and that is that 8GB ms of RAM is a big difference.
Despite the great management of the iPhone's RAM, a device with 3 times its memory is normal to exceed.
We hope that Apple realizes on time that the iPhone needs a push in this field. The rumors predict 6GB of RAM for the top-of-the-range iPhone for next-generation range and we hope that this difference will be solved and the iPhone will be able to breastfeed again in this regard.
The hegemona with which Apple has reigned for years in this contest, always with less RAM than its opponent, has come to an end. To date Apple has relied on the integration of its system to provide unmatched performance demonstrating for many years that the efficiency of its equipment was able to cope with the hardware improvements that its rivals incorporated. Now he is going to have to put the batteries so that the competition does not overcome him. While its processors are incredibly powerful, this force is of little use if we do not accompany it with a RAM that helps them handle the use of the system. The iPhone 11 Pro is capable of doing wonders with only 4GB of RAM, what will it be able to do if it had 8 then? We hope to see you react in time and that the future iPhone 12 has the means to get back to the fastest smartphone crown.
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