With superior system optimization and powerful A13 Bionic performance output, the iPhone 11 Pro Max has the edge over many of Android’s flagship models in memory management and operation. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which recently went on sale, is the flagship benchmark for the Android camp, with 12GB of LPDDR5 memory, so who’s running faster with these two flagships? PhoneBuff, a well-known Youtube channel, was tested.
As always, PhoneBuff conducted two rounds of speed testing. In the first test, the iPhone 11 Pro Max rarely showed up at Caton, with a final completion time of 1 minute 52 seconds 91, while the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was 1 minute 54 seconds 75.
Although the iPhone 11 Pro Max won in the first test, it began to slow down in the second round. Because the iPhone 11 Pro Max has only 4GB of memory, it can’t keep all apps running in the background, which means more demanding applications have to be restarted. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, with 12GB of LPDDR5 memory, didn’t have the same little trouble, allowing the flagship to keep most of its applications running, giving it the lead.
In the second round of testing, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra took only 00:46.09 seconds, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max took 1:00.42. This means that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra takes a faster time to synth than the iPhone.