iPhone 8 Plus with A11 processor Bionic folded the competition in benchmarks. However, it turns out that in the speed test and comparison with the Galaxy Note 8 does not come out so well.
The iPhone 8 Plus comes with a Bionic A11 processor and 3 GB of RAM. The iPhone 8 has 2 GB of RAM. More memory is needed to handle mainly dual cameras in Plus. Much the same RAM will also receive the iPhone X. It would seem that the new processor and enough RAM will be enough to make the iPhone 8 Plus can easily pass the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 speed test. But it turns out that it does not is. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with 6 GB of RAM, twice the size of Apple's "eight". In the iPhone 8 Plus speed test, in terms of application loading only keeps pace with the Galaxy Note 8 , sometimes ahead of it. What could be a slight shock, because either the Galaxy Note 8 is so good or Apple this time has forgotten and the system (or applications) is not quite well optimized. This is clearly noticeable when managing RAM when re-enabling applications. At some point, the iPhone 8 Plus grabs the laga, giving the Galaxy Note 8 an advantage and not letting it go. https://youtu.be/8kpD3XCp49o In the chart below you can see how fast the app loads. The shorter the bar, the faster. We see clearly that games or applications that are larger in size load much faster on the iPhone 8 Plus. In turn, lighter, faster run on Galaxy Note 8.Source: PhoneBuff