Well everyone has been saying for quite a long time now that quad-core Android smartphones cannot beat iPhones and that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus with their 1.2 or 1.3 GHz dual-core processors would easily top any quad-core device.
Well the iPhone is best in many things but overall it is not the best. This conclusion is made after a home Wi-Fi test was performed by YouTube techie Adrian Isen. In this latest test, Adrian has used his NetGear home Wi-Fi and through this he was able to test the speeds of the Galaxy S6 Edge against the iPhone 6 Plus.
Well the results have surprised many people out there as the Galaxy S6 Edge had upload speeds of 169.18Mbps and 153.34Mbps while on the other hand the iPhone 6 Plus had upload speeds of only 125.55Mbps and 122.48Mbps.
Now coming to the download speed test, the iPhone 6 plus did even worse than it did in the upload test. Here the iPhone 6 Plus came up with speed of only 102.67Mbps and 104.74Mbps which is very less compared to the S6 Edge’s 185.67Mbps and 181.09Mbps. So you can see the huge difference between the upload and download speeds of these two smartphones.
Before this when such a test was carried out six months ago iPhone 6 and 5s were again lacking behind in both the upload and download speed when compared to their rivals. The Galaxy S5 was placed first in the world with a record of 47.311Mbps and the iPhone 5s came in tenth with a speed of 45.503Mbps made it inferior to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S4 and the Nokia Lumia 1520.
Well apart from the download and upload seeds of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus which is quite sufficient we need to remember that these kinds of tests are just as significant as graphics benchmarking tests that have given the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus better scores than Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
So this test shows that the Samsung smartphones aren’t at all behind the iPhones, even though they may lack on some features but then they have their better sides.