With the release of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9 back to back, the debate was always high as if these flagship devices by Samsung and HTC can cross the high performance bar set by Apple’s very own iPhone 6. There we see some astonishing results by super smartphones, iPhone 6, HTC ONE M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6. The test is not about the best design; it is about the speed and processing power each of the three mobiles have different specs and come with different chipsets and boards. Samsung’s Galaxy S6 comes with Samsung’s marketed under and protected by a registered trade name Exynos 8-core chip and 3GB RAM. The HTC One M9 is snapdragon 810 4-core chip clocked at 1.5GHz with 3GB RAM, and Apple’s I-Phone 6 Cupertino company’s own Dual-Core A8 processor with 1GB RAM to attempt to separate it from the competitors.
The guy in this video has lined up all three devices side by side and started the Three tests phases. In the first test he checked the camera processing speed by taping it on and off. While in the second test he had to determine which of the devices is quickest in application launching. The third test was about the multitasking ability of these smartphones having the same apps on board. The results come out like in the first test the Galaxy S6 was in lead, the second test was won by iPhone 6 and the last was of multitasking and surprisingly it was taken by HTC-ONE M9 now you can take it your way according to your own needs may be you opt for multitasking and go for M9 or you need quick application launcher you would go for iPhone6 while in camera none other than Galaxy S6. According to virtual obstacle course, the HTC One M9 came top in speed test with a total time of 1 minute 27 seconds. Apple’s I-Phone6 took a time of 1 minute 34 seconds with Samsung’s flagship device coming in last with the time of 1 minute 37 seconds.
It’s long been conventional that while Samsung and much of the Android smartphone room loves to shove the latest multi-core processors into devices, Apple takes a different approach. The iPhone sticks its own processor hardware, the most recent of which is the A8 chip, and these have not yet drifted outside dual-core territory with relatively low clock speeds (1.4GHz). But this doesn’t matters for a number of reasons.
- Apple ensures that its app system is tightly controlled which means that all applications and contents are carefully modified to the hardware inside its handsets, with things like the “Metal” coding and growth planning for gaming performance.
- The hardware does in fact gets updated and with the A8 chip we’re looking at a 64-bit Apple “Cyclone” core planning for some fast presentation, although on top of that Apple does give the graphics unit some love and this time they are up to a quad-core PowerVR GX6450 setup with plenty of grunt for gaming.
Here is the video test of iPhone 6 vs Galaxy S6 vs HTC One M9.