Apple's new flagship iPhone 12 and Samsung's latest flagship Galaxy Note20 Ultra faced off in a realistic performance test. In this test called "Speed Test G", it was seen that the iPhone 12 crushed the Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
One of the most discussed topics among technology enthusiasts is whether Samsung or Apple is better at smartphone. Of course, this question can never reach a clear solution due to the different operating systems of the phones, but a new test reveals that the iPhone 12 is much better than the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra in the real world.
There is a new smartphone test team that has been in our lives for about a year. The team, which conducts a test called "Speed Test G" on smartphones, thus reveals the real-world speed of a smartphone. The results are more realistic as the test focuses on the speed of execution of the application rather than the loading we are used to. After all, each user focuses on being able to use that application, not installing an application on a device.
iPhone 12 smashes Galaxy Note20 Ultra in Speed Test G test
According to Speed Test G, the iPhone 12 is a much faster smartphone than the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra. According to the tests, the GPU of the iPhone 12 with the A14 Bionic processor offers much better than the Snapdragon 865+ processor and GPU of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra. Of course, the main reason for this overwhelming advantage is the A14 Bionic processor, which passes through the 5 nm fabrication architecture.