The Intel XMM 7560 LTE modem in the iPhone XS and XS Max beats the Intel/Qualcomm modems in the iPhone X, but it isn’t quite as fast as the X20 modem used in the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, according to data sourced from Cellular Insights and Ookla and shared by PCMag.
Cellular Insights compared Apple’s iPhone XS Max with the iPhone X equipped with an earlier Intel modem, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and the Google Pixel 2 using the 20MHz channel of Band 4, used by Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and several major Canadian carriers. Download speeds were tested at full strength and at a lower signal to determine overall comparative performance.
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Das Galaxy Note 9 von Samsung ist angeblich in einer Frauenhandtasche in Feuer aufgegangen. Die Besitzerin klagt nun. Macwelt News
Samsung recently released its latest flagship device, the Galaxy Note 9, which is set to be one of the main competitors to Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup, consisting of three iPhones in 5.8, 6.1, and 6.5 inch sizes.
Apple won’t announce its new 2018 smartphones until sometime around mid-September, but given the wealth of part leaks and rumors, we have a clear picture of what to expect.
We may not have real iPhones to compare to the Galaxy Note 9, but we’ve taken a look at Samsung’s new flagship next to dummy models of the 6.1 and 6.5-inch iPhones to see how Apple’s larger-screened devices will measure up to the Note 9.
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Samsung today uploaded new ads in its ongoing „Ingenius“ series that makes fun of the Apple Genius Bar and pits the iPhone X against Samsung’s Galaxy devices.
In the first ad, called „Power,“ a customer tells the „genius“ that the Galaxy Note is „really powerful.“ „You know what I think is powerful?“ the genius replies. „Being able to unlock your phone with your face.“ „It does that too,“ the customer replies.
The genius bar then points out that on iOS 12, you can FaceTime up to 32 people. „Why would I ever want to do that though?“ asks the customer.