iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Speed Comparison Test

iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Speed Comparison Test

iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Speed Comparison Test

the new iPhone 6 is released after a full year after the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, so does that mean it will leave the Note 3 in the dust? Find out. ————— FOLLOW ME —————–…
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25 Comments

  1. Jamell Lewis
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 17:52:22

    No huge gap?? You should be disappointed that 4 cores can’t beat 2 cores
    fuck face. Typical android fan. 

    Reply

  2. bszent
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 18:09:07

    Do all programs run with several cores?

    Reply

  3. Jamell Lewis
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 18:54:43

    Holy shit a 2012 phone (iPhone) beat a 2014 phone?

    I don’t hear you android users saying “welcome to 2012” now lmao!

    Reply

  4. Lewis Thompson
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 19:36:21

    That’s not a fair test test iphone 6 plus will crush note 4

    Reply

  5. Mason Shepard
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 20:20:20

    Isn’t the iPhone a dual core, how can it compete with a quad core. Quad
    core should should be twice the power, explain this please

    Reply

  6. Dave vd Eerden
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 21:11:03

    And…………the Note 4 is clocked at 2.7 GHZ !!!!! the iphone 6 at 1.4
    GHZ …………………

    Reply

  7. M SAL
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 21:14:09

    Even though note3 is a year old, you are still comparing a quad core
    processor with more speed than iPhone’s dual core and half the speed. I
    think the disappointment goes to note3. Even with the iPhone’s slower
    processor it still wins. Just imagine if the specs were identical. iPhone
    would have butchered the note 3 then. 

    Reply

  8. Armoterra
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 21:14:46

    This guy has no idea what he’s talking about.

    1. Most apps use single core — that’s what matters most.

    2. The iPhone 5s, with half the specs of the Galaxy S5 which came out 6
    months later, beat it in most real world performance tests.

    We’re talking about two completely different platforms. You can think about
    it this way as well: the Note 3 is so badly optimized for its hardware,
    that it needs triple the specs to catch up with the iPhone’s performance.
    Benchmarking the raw performance of the components does not reflect the
    real world performance results you’ll experience.

    If you were a software engineer, you wouldn’t make such a rookie mistake —
    you’d know that the true engineering feat is the device that requires the
    least amount of specs to perform the same tasks. It’s easy to throw in more
    CPU and RAM. Apple could have done it too. They don’t need to. They can
    instead invest in quality.

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  9. donwil26
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 22:03:27

    Why not show real world tests?
    Which can send a youtube video via messenger faster?
    Which changes camera settings faster?
    Which can add contacts faster?
    Which can find and email documents faster?
    Which can find a mp3 or mp4 and download it to the device faster?
    Which one allows me to download a pdf, view it, sign it, and send back the
    signed document.
    These are the things I do with my phone on the go.
    Why do you care about geek bench? 

    Reply

  10. sakitech
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 22:08:19

    Reply

  11. Raymond Greenwood
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 22:26:50

    With this benchmark test I know it’s just silly. You have to consider how
    the platform is used. On Android and Windows Phones you have widgets and
    live tiles running and you multitask a lot more Apple not so much. Also,
    quad cores will always lag in when you use a strong single or duel core
    processor because they function differently its the way they quad-core
    splits the task it doesn’t have to work as hard so that the basically the
    speed test are pointless when we look at the single core test. Bottom line
    is its how the software handles the task. The more gadgets these phones
    have the more processing power that is needed. I only need a few things
    personally, calling, texting, email, surf the web and light social media
    and keyboard big enough for my man size hands… outside brightness, wash
    all screens suck in bright light. Laptop specs, don’t need them but cool to
    have, water proof, not really I have insurance. 

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  12. leinaddf
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 23:10:38

    Buy phones according to speed test? Nah… even with my Note 2, iPhone cant
    do what it does best – drag-n-drop/copy-n-paste, OTG, play videos/mp3s from
    my pc and loads more…oh and 1 more thing Show Box -FTW x-D

    Reply

  13. Eeple Pie
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 23:20:11

    GO iPhone!

    Reply

  14. Xavier Goss
    Sep 21, 2014 @ 23:59:26

    Oh, so now I see why they won’t compare to the GALAXY Note 4… The iphone
    6 barely beat the Note 3!!! 

    Reply

  15. Brock Suire
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 00:12:25

    Typical android fan! Bash the iPhone 6 all you want. There is no other
    better smart phone on the planet! 

    Reply

  16. jimmy pena
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 00:50:15

    Holy shit a 2012 phone (iPhone) beat a 2014 phone?

    I don’t hear you android users saying “welcome to 2012” now lmao!

    Reply

  17. James Elia
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 01:45:08

    OK, this comparison doesn’t fly. Even though I’m an android user you can’t
    knock iPhone on this. I don’t understand how people use these benchmark
    test to distinguish two completely different phones in two completely
    different platforms and user interfaces. To be fair for iPhone users their
    phones do not need as much processing power or specs because they are much
    more basic than Android. However Apple fanboys need to admit that your
    platform is significantly limited as compared to Android. This bullshit
    talk about the iPhone just works and its smooth doesn’t fly anymore. The
    latest Android devices are nearly just a smooth and work extremely well
    with significantly more functionality than the iPhone. The iPhone has
    absolutely nothing on an Android phone, sorry Apple fanboys. You all enjoy
    your new devices and I’ll be enjoying my new note 4 which is the benchmark
    for phablets. Apple is getting there but they need to take notes from the
    samsung note series. At the end of it all to each his own

    Reply

  18. Julio Ducos
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 02:03:02

    quad vs dual ok i understand and iphone 5s get 1417 and 2573 with just dual
    core omg if was quad i dont wanna know.

    Reply

  19. Steelergeek69
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 02:19:44

    All my most used apps are faster on my iPhone than adroid, so who cares
    about benchmark 

    Reply

  20. Tom Rees
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 03:10:31

    I don’t understand. Why your comparing those phones? The iphone 6 should be
    compared to the s5 and the note 3/4 should be compared to the 6 plus? 

    Reply

  21. Jmillenium2000
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 03:43:36

    at the end of the day the note 4 will still perform better so what if it
    takes more cores android isnt optimized to work with specific hardware the
    way ios and the iphone are android is bullt to be used on a multitude of
    hardware protocols and drivers and the way manufactures get around that is
    by beefing up the specs basically since apple is in charge of every aspect
    of the iphone it can optimize every aspect of the iphone therefore
    optimizing performance of the iphone android manufactues don thave that
    luxury so they improvise. by adding more cpu cores and ram they ensure
    their new model will outperform their prior model and the compeititions
    newest models even those that are fully optimized like the iphone

    Reply

  22. Lamar Battle
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 04:29:25

    I don’t care about benchmark I wouldn’t care if the iPhone sprouted legs
    and walked I would never buy one of those dreadful phones

    Reply

  23. Raymond Greenwood
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 05:12:23

    Tbh it doesn’t matter as far as bench marks or speed anymore. Some apps
    will open a second to 2 seconds more on one app verses another on any of
    these phones. You will never ever know the difference. As far as locking
    up. Yes, Google often has problems with that on new software releases and
    to be honest they all do, Apple and Windows fanboys. Apple as far as
    technology is behind no doubt but they are good at giving people what they
    want, Samsung, LG and HTC is getting better but they copy cat a lot. If I
    wanted the perfect phone I would want a HTC, LG or Samsung hardware (which
    has already been done aside from LG), using Apple’s store and iTunes, using
    Windows software. Until you’ve had a Windows phone more than a week you
    realize the only problem between it and perfection is the app store. The
    hardware is over kill for the software it is very fast and battery life is
    rediculous. However, I like what Apple has done. Good job!!

    Reply

  24. Dave vd Eerden
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 05:28:01

    yup and clockspeed ? also the same ? :p

    Reply

  25. Steelergeek69
    Sep 22, 2014 @ 05:55:52

    It’s just a phone!
    

    Reply

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