Benchmarks Show Apple’s 2018 iPhone XS Beats Samsung’s Upcoming 2019 Galaxy S10 In Performance

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Benchmarks usually provide data from phones power, however, sometimes these data cannot be a reliable reference a specific phone performance, especially when the software has a lot to say about it, and also for the numerous scandals that surround the firms that manufacture Android devices in these cases.

According to the first information the iPhone XS Max will offer better performance and more power than the future Galaxy S10+, a terminal that will be released at the end of February, while the iPhone XS Max already has almost five months behind it.

And it is quite clear to us that for some time now, the Cupertino firm has been offering unprecedented power in its terminals, and before they were worried that the software would not bring up shortcomings at the power level, but now we find hardware that in many cases shines even ahead of iOS. In this case, Slashgear has had access to the first data of the Benchmarks of the future Samsung Galaxy S10+ and offers results inferior to those found in the iPhone XS Max.

The difference is remarkable especially in terms of a single processor, which is common in Apple terminals. In theory, the version with the Snapdragon 855 of Qualcomm and 6 GB of RAM memory in the case of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ has been tested. Be that as it may, it also does not surprise us the fact that the iPhone XS Max remains the flagship terminal with more power, of course, it is one of the most expensive in the conventional market of mobile telephony.

(Source: SlashLeaks)

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