iPhone 6 proves faster than Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 7

Samsung recently introduced it’s newest smartphone, the Galaxy Note 7. The phone has a lot of fancy specs, including a 14-nanometer Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad-core 64-bit processor, 4GB RAM, a 12-megapixel camera, waterproofing, and wireless charging.


Very impressive, right? RIGHT!


Buuuuuut wait just a minute there, because a recent speedtest proved that the iPhone was able to launch apps in succession at a much faster rate than the Galaxy Note 7, launching 14 apps in one minute and 21 seconds while the Galaxy Note 7 took two minutes and four seconds.


The iPhone was able to cycle through two laps of the app test in one minute and 51 seconds, while the Note 7 took two minutes and 49 seconds.


Eep. That’s some nice work, iPhone! We hope someone gave it a teeny gold medal.


An even fancier new iPhone is expected to be announced in early September with a faster, more efficient A10 processor.




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