In this article, we will compare the Galaxy S22 Ultra with the iPhone 13 Pro Max to see Which product is faster than the other in real conditions (opening apps and keeping them open in the background).
When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S22 series phones, we saw in the benchmarks that this product with the Snapdragon 8 1st generation chip and the Exynos 2200 had nothing to say compared to the iPhone 13 with the A15 chip. Of course, this was a good part of the story. Representatives of Qualcomm and Samsung even outperformed the benchmarks in the benchmark iPhone 11, Which came with the A13 chip, so that Apple still has the best chip by far compared to other companies.
But is it? In real life, outside of the benchmarks, is the iPhone still that much faster than Samsung dealers? Fortunately, this time it is no longer a matter of results based on specifications on paper or benchmark. The popular Phonebuff website decided this time to compare the most powerful Galaxy available with the most powerful iPhone to determine Which one can open the apps faster and keep them open in the background faster than the other, Which you will probably be surprised to see.>
Considering the results from the benchmarks and the huge difference between the two processors Apple and Qualcomm (and of course Exynos) as well as the result of this study in real terms, it is probably a good idea to differentiate between the benchmark result and You will reach the real world. It has always been said, and we must repeat, that in the real world, there is no difference between the benchmarks and everything is close. But this time we did not really expect the two products to be so close together in real life. Judging by the fact that the new galaxies have a strange problem. As you know, and we have seen news about this many times before, the Galaxy S22 series and in general all Samsung phones that use the company's game optimization service, show poor performance in more than 10,000 applications. Of course, the weak point is that this service slightly reduces the hardware power of the system in running these 10,000 applications, so that the phone is less hot and keeps charging for a longer period of time. Samsung has confirmed this and announced that it will release an update to fix this issue so that users can control the settings themselves.
Real-world speed testing
Because To be sure of the results of the tests in the real world, we have repeatedly looked at the reviews made by this website (Phonebuff) and found that it follows a similar and scientific procedure in all its tests. They use a robot to run operations to minimize human error. These applications include regular apps and heavy apps that put a lot of pressure on the phone's hardware system, namely the processor and graphics.
The purpose of this test is to see how fast two phones can run different applications in real life, and how to keep them running in the background, ready when we go back to them. To be employed. But before we get into that, let's take a look at the latest test before that, a comparison between the Pixel 6 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
In this test, the Pixel 6 Pro was able to complete the review in 2 minutes and 55 seconds, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max completed it in 2 minutes and 49 seconds. It took time. The same test was performed between the iPhone 13 Pro Max and the Galaxy S21 Ultra, this time the iPhone 13 Pro Max was able to complete the test in Madan 2 minutes and 38 seconds and the Galaxy S21 Ultra in 2 minutes and 48 seconds, ie 10 seconds later to In this way, the representative of the American company will be named the fastest phone by a good margin.
Galaxy S22 Ultra vs. iPhone 13 Pro Max
But we get to the point, Which is to compare the Galaxy S22 Ultra with the iPhone 13 Pro Max in a speed test. Both phones performed significantly faster than their predecessors, but the difference between them was only 3 seconds. That is something that does not feel at all in real life.
Of course, you may say to yourself that the iPhone hardware is weaker, in response to Which we must say that in the Android world, 12 GB of RAM is equal to 6 GB of RAM in the iOS world. Therefore, the hardware difference between the two phones is not considered at all according to the figures. If the iPhone has 12 GB of RAM, the Android product, for example, must be equipped with 24 GB of RAM to be technically equal to it. So do not pay attention to the numbers.
The news that the Galaxy S22 Ultra is only 3 seconds slower than The iPhone 13 Pro Max was really great for the users of this phone, considering the effect that the game optimization service had on the performance of this product. If it weren't for that, maybe even the Galaxy S22 Ultra could have done better and taken first place. Of course, you might say to yourself that in the long run, the good performance of iPhones will last longer, and rightly so. This has been proven many times and it is true, and this is the main reason why iPhones still do not lose their value even after a few years. The S22 was made Ultra and it remains to be seen how the Exynos 2200 can stand up to the A15. In paper reviews, the Exynos chip appears to have no chance of competing with the A15. Now we have to see what happens.