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REAL LIFE Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs Note 8 Speed Test (shocking results!)



Here it is, the Real Life Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs Galaxy Note 8 speed test you’ve all been waiting for. Why do I say “real life?” Because most Galaxy S9+ vs …

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  1. Everything I did to make this a fair test:

    -Both phones have been freshly factory reset.

    -All the apps have been fully updated to their latest available versions.

    -I rebooted the devices multiple times after the updates were installed to make sure the updates completed.

    -I completely turned off bluetooth and GPS.

    -I took out the SD cards to make sure they weren't doing anything in the background. This also makes sure no apps were loading from the SD card.

    -Neither device had a sim card in it to prevent it from trying to access the network to download messages, voicemail, etc.

    -Both devices were set to their max resolution.

    -All power saving features were turned off on both devices.

    -The latest firmware was installed on both device. Android 8.0.0 for the S9+ and Android 7.1.1 for the Note 8.

    -Both phones were on the same Wi-Fi network.

    -Developer options were turned off so all animations ran at their default speeds. Yes, you can make the animations faster by enabling this option, but this is supposed to be a speed test for the average person. You could also root the Note 8 and install a custom ROM to make it even faster, but the vast majority of people don't even know what "root" means. Hence, why changing these types of settings were not included in this speed test.

    -I let the devices cool off after the benchmark so there wouldn't be skewed results due to the higher than normal temperatures induced by the benchmark.

  2. The boot test wasn't fair because the note 8 had to go through the at&t boot animation. And the fact that the at&t boot animation started befor the s9 fully booted shows that the note 8 would have booted up faster had it have been GMS unlocked

  3. What's surprising or shocking on the fact that a newer engineert phone is faster? And the Note 8 has the S-Pen features, that's why I bought this one. I've been a Note user from the beginning. I like the S- series too, my wife still uses a S7 edge. There's no need to develop new phones every year or half year. Android has to get 'smaller', not 'bigger'. And less bloatware would help too.

  4. Mobile phones have always been my favourite handheld device next to DSLRs. I'll never forget all the different phone shapes that were available back in the day, from straight up bricks to the sleeker flip phones from Motorola, with Nokia reigning supreme (in the humble opinion of myself and many of my teenage peers at the time) thanks to swappable shells, being basically bomb proof and having a screen large enough to play Snake on. Now, this note 8 is capable of performing tasks that even computers from the late 90's wouldn't be able to handle and comparisons usually involve how many split seconds faster one phone is over another. I wonder how long it will be before phones as they exist now will be replaced, and by what.

  5. I think I'm going to trade my Note8 in for an S9 Plus. I love my Note and the S Pen, but seeing the S9 Plus perform the same tasks here and end up with eight percent more battery makes me want to switch. Hopefully the Note9 will have better battery life.

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