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Ultimate Speed Test Battle: OnePlus 3T vs iPhone 7 Plus vs Galaxy S8 vs LG G6 vs Pixel

By Donna Bellevue , Apr 25, 2017 05:52 AM EDT
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Just recently, helpful folks at EverythingApplePro made a video comparing speed power of the iPhone 7 Plus, Galaxy S8, the LG G6, the Google Pixel, and OnePlus 3T. All of these smartphones are in the list of trending and popular handsets, so it's really interesting to find out which one would emerge as the victor. For more details and better visualization, check out the video below to watch the speed test battle as it happens in real-time.

A thorough real world speed test compares all five handsets in the video, and the conclusions could be very helpful in evaluating which handset is best depending on your budget. Those phones that were released in 2016, like the iPhone 7 Plus, would probably already have upgraded hardware and software. Meanwhile, the brand new Galaxy S8 and LG G6 could also prove to be faster due to their new and advanced processor.

It's also important to note that Google’s Pixel and the OnePlus 3T were both one of the best Android phones of 2016. So which handset blazed successfully through all the speed trials? The answer is hardly surprising as according to the Daily Express, Apple's iPhone 7 Plus took all the glory and left all other handsets eating dust.

However, the lowest-priced OnePlus 3T actually managed to outperform the other devices at some point in the battle. Ultimately, in this fun and practical real-world speed test, the iPhone 7 Plus finished the first round in 2 minutes 44 seconds, and an additional 33 seconds in the second round. The Galaxy S8 came in second place with 5 minutes 36 seconds, and 2 minutes and 4 seconds to complete the second round.

According to BGR, coming in third at round 1 is LG's G6 with 5 minutes 59 seconds, and an extra 2 minutes 3 seconds for the second round. OnePlus 3T is fourth with 6 minutes 7 seconds in the first round, and 53 seconds in the second round. Finally, Google’s Pixel took its time to run the programs and took 6 minutes 34 seconds in the first round, and 2 minutes 15 seconds in the second.

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