The iPhone SE was Apple’s bid in 2016 to meet the demand for smartphones with smaller screens. Despite the low popularity, incredible as it may seem there is still a good portion of users who continues to prefer small and easy to carry around without attracting much attention. In terms of specs, we are basically talking about the same set of hardware present on the iPhone 6S, but on the smaller body similar to the old iPhone 5S.
iPhone SE vs Galaxy S8 Plus: Compare Performance
In contrast, Samsung introduced this year the big S8 Plus, which despite the giant screen 6.2 inches managed to keep a good footprint thanks to the new display “stretched.” How do these two gadgets compare in terms of overall performance? Does the iPhone SE have a chance against the new phablet from Samsung? That’s what we’re going to find out.
It is worth remembering that despite the dual-core SoC A9 running at 1.8 GHz and 2 GB of RAM, iOS usually do very well in this type of comparison. Follow the outcome of this dispute below.
In the first boot test, the iPhone SE surprisingly got the better of it. It is worth remembering that one of the great trump cards of the S8 and the big brother is precisely the reduced time of loading of the system thanks to the high-end hardware, but the difference here is not even glaring in favor of the Apple device.
Already in the opening of apps, games and in the web navigation using Google Chrome, the S8 Plus won the dispute by a rather tight advantage. The big factor that may have helped in the victory of the phablet is its powerful and up-to-date hardware, so the SoC Snapdragon 835 set with 4 GB of RAM was quite relevant here.
But it is important to note that the iPhone SE was in the queue of the rival, who does not care to wait a few seconds more to access their apps can save a lot of money by choosing the Apple smartphone, what will send here is personal taste and The user’s pocket. The same scenario was repeated when capturing photos and multitasking, in the last comparative even with double RAM, the S8 Plus ended up reloading some apps, a fact that did not occur in the iPhone SE. Check out the full blitz in the video below:
Source: Phone Battles