Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro outperformed the Samsung Note 20 Ultra in a real-world application speed test by PhoneBuff, with the A14 chip and the 6GB RAM winning the Snapdragon 856 and 12GB RAM. on Samsung smartphones.
Performance test measures how long each phone has opened a series of apps. Each smartphone opens the same set of apps, including Facebook, camera apps, Microsoft apps, Adobe Rush, games, etc.
IPhone 12 Pro took the lead in the test that included video rendering in Adobe Rush and continues to lead through the launch of several games. Apple̵7;s IPhone 12 Pro completed the first app opening “ring” in one minute and 41 seconds, while the Note 20 Ultra took a minute and 55 seconds to complete the same tasks.
Within the second, measuring how well the smartphone can keep apps running in the background, the iPhone completes in 42 seconds, while the Note 20 Ultra takes 46 seconds.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was the previous winner on app speed tests by Phone Buff, but the iPhone 12 Pro is the new champion and the best performing smartphone currently on the market. when it comes to that particular app speed test. According to PhoneBuff, it’s been 20 months since iPhone last held the top spot.