Samsung launched its latest Galaxy Note 10+ flagship smartphone earlier this month and soon after, it was put to the “drop” test against Apple’s current smartphone flagship, the iPhone XS Max. Today, the folks over at PhoneBuff has posted another comparison video in which they’ve pitted the two devices against each other in a speed test.
While Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10+ features the same Snapdragon 855 processor as the Galaxy S10+, it does come with a few improvements. It has faster UFS 3.0 storage, it has a new file system in F2FS, and it has Samsung’s “Boot Up Booster” feature for faster launch times.
As the folks over at PhoneBuff put it:
“All of these factors combined helped the Note 10+ beat the iPhone not just overall but also in the first lap, something we’ve never seen before.”
Check out the video below and share your thoughts with us in the comments section: