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Galaxy S8+ vs iPhone 7 Plus: Who Will Win This Speed Test?

By Monica U Santos , Apr 25, 2017 06:24 AM EDT
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Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ might be the best smartphones of 2017. However, the year's not over yet until the next Apple's most anticipated iPhone makes its debut. As of now, Apple's flagship phones are the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which is said to be the best mobile of the Cupertino-based firm.

With the help of BGR, here is a speed test between the two flagships, the Galaxy S8+ and iPhone 7 Plus. This conducted real world speed tests will further emphasize that reality is very important and it’s always fun to see how smartphones from different companies stack up in the present time.

A YouTube under the channel name PhoneBuff was one of the first vloggers (video blogger) to start sharing videos that show head-to-head speed tests of the two flagships. In a nutshell, a pair of phones is shown side by side and each must initiate the same series of applications. First, the installed apps are opened following a fresh boot, and then comprises the first “lap.” Second, the next lap involves opening each app again to see how individual smartphone performs when recalling recently open apps.

This process is hardly a scientific speed test. At the same time, this type of experiment is currently the best way in order to know the strong points of one smartphone against another. This test will also help mobile devices enthusiasts know which flagship is performing well when it used literally in the real world.

According to MacWorld, Samsung Galaxy S8+ is, indeed, the best smartphone with its stunning screen, speedy processor, and a gorgeous design. Samsung is now really standing alone on the cutting edge of a phone that needs to be seen to be believed. From the bare bezels edge-to-edge to its brilliant wraparound screen, the Samsung flagship truly gives Apple a run for its money and it actually makes Apple iPhone 7 Plus look pretty stale.

 

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