We all know very well that the Taiwanese consumer electronics company HTC has been drifting for years, not because of its mobile phones are bad, but because it is not connecting with market trends or being too slow to implement them. However, recently, we have seen a comparative speed test video of the HTC U11+ versus the Galaxy Note 8, one of the current flagship of the South Korean giant Samsung that will simply amaze you.
The Taiwanese consumer electronics company HTC has been drifting for years, not because of its mobile phones are bad, but because it is not connecting with market trends or being too slow to implement them. Its latest bet is the HTC U11+, it is an awesome flagship of the Taiwanese consumer electronics company. Now we have seen a comparative speed of the HTC U11+ versus the Galaxy Note 8, one of the current flagship of the South Korean giant Samsung.
One of the phones with which the HTC U11+ is most comparable is the Google Pixel 2 XL, a smartphone that has become one of the most desired in the market, and that precisely shares many things with the terminal of the Asian firm.
This HTC device is the largest model of the two U11+ that has launched the firm, as it has a six-inch screen, somewhat smaller than the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Well, we have seen a video where the speed is compared to the HTC U11+ in front of the beast of the South Korean giant Samsung, and the result is quite surprising. Recall that the HTC U11+ has the Snapdragon 835 processor and a RAM of up to 6GB, while the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 offers the same specifications in its North American version.
So the result should be similar in both. As you know, this type of tests successively runs an apps routine simultaneously on both phones, to see how quickly these applications can open. In the case of the first round, the HTC U11+ has been slightly faster than the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, running all apps in 1 minute and 21 seconds, while the beast of the South Korean giant Samsung, of course, the Galaxy Note 8 has taken 9 seconds longer, reaching up to a minute and 30 seconds.
The second round runs the applications that already open, to see what it takes to load from memory, an aspect that is usually determined by the RAM, in this case the HTC U11+ has also been a bit faster than the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, not much more, completing the round in just over 25 seconds, while the Note 8 has done it in just over 29.
As you can see, the differences are slight, and in this case, they surprise us a lot. In fact, until now the Note 8 had found little opposition as one of the fastest phones today, while HTC was usually the last and by far. It seems that the HTC U11+ has been an interesting change of trend.
So, what do you think about this new HTC U11+? Kindly share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.
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