It was just a few days ago when we posted benchmarks of the iPhone 7, Apple’s latest flagship phone which rocks the company’s all-new quad-core A10 Fusion processor. With iPhone’s always being compared to Samsung phones, how does it fair when pitted against the Galaxy Note 7?
The answer: fast!
Apple’s A10 Fusion chip proves to be no slouch when compared to last years iPhone 6s, with it being able to complete the exact same tasks in 1 minute 40 seconds, a full 10 seconds faster than its predecessor. When compared to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, it’s downright embarrassing, with it well over a minute to complete the exact same tasks with a total time of 3 minutes 14 seconds. Wow.
The A10 Fusion is Apple’s first quad-core processor aimed at offering both performance and efficiency. Apple not only claims the A10 Fusion will give you more battery life, but claims it can do it all while delivering incredible performance. Obviously, this speed test proves that to be true.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is running a quad-core Snapdragon 820 Chip along with 4GB of RAM, a full 2GB more than the iPhone 7 used in this video.
Who’s on fire now?