The two most desired Android smartphones of 2017 in UAE are HTC U11 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 8. If you are unable to decide the best between these two devices, then here is a comparison of these smartphones in terms of its speed. None of us will look for the smartphone that operates at slow speed. So, have a look at the video and choose the best one.
Both the devices are powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with massive 6GB of RAM. The HTC U11 Plus runs on the latest Android 8.0 Oreo while the Note 8 runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS. Though these latest flagships sport similar specs, there is quite a difference in performance levels. These performance measures can decide which one can outperform the other.
Here is a video that compares the speed of HTC U11 Plus with the flagship of the South Korean giant. Consider the specs, we believe that both the devices to go hand in hand. Surprisingly, the results are not what we have expected.
The test is conducted by YouTuber PhoneBuff that includes the same set of test cases. It calculates the speed to open the apps simultaneously. In the first phase, HTC U11 Plus was faster than Galaxy Note 8 at 1 minute and 21 seconds. On the other hand, the Samsung flagship took 1 minute and 30 seconds to run the same set of apps.
The second phase includes the test of RAM management. HTC U11 Plus again goes ahead of Note 8 by completing the task in 25 seconds. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was able to accomplish the same task in 29 seconds.
The software used in these devices can reflect the overall performance. We think that the latest Android update in HTC U11 Plus is the possible reason for its speed performance. Though there is a slight difference, these factors can definitely help you decide the best from either of the devices.
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