Earlier today, Samsung officially released its new flagship phone Galaxy Note 9. Although Samsung claims that the phone is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip and 6GB/8GB running memory, but the foreign media Tom's Guide's series of running points show that this phone is still not comparable to iPhone X.
The model tested by Tom 's Guide is the 6GB entry level Note 9. In the Geekbench 4 test, the iPhone X scored 10357, which exceeded all other devices. In comparison, Galaxy Note 9 scored 8876, plus one plus 6 for 9088 points.
Geekbench 4 tests overall performance, and Note 9 delivers reliable performance in multicore testing, with 8876 points being much better than last year's Note 8. This score also surpassed Google Pixel 2 XL, but this phone uses the same Snapdragon 835 chip as Note 8.
At the same time, in the Slingshot Extreme test called "one of the most demanding graphics tests in the 3DMark mobile device test environment," the Galaxy Note 9 was once again overtaken by other models. This time, one plus 6 ranked first with 5124 points, iPhone X ranked second with 4994 points, and Galaxy Note 9 only had 4639 points, slightly higher than S634's 4634 points.
However, the Galaxy Note 9 has not been fully rolled up by the iPhone X. This phone performs very well on screen testing. The AMOLED panel has an amazing 224% in the sRGB color gamut, far exceeding the 128.6% of the iPhone X. . In addition, Note 9 has a screen brightness of 604 nits, which is higher than the 574 nit of the iPhone X.
The final conclusion of Tom's Guide is that although running tests are not the ultimate manifestation of smartphone performance, these results seem to be the latest evidence that the iPhone is "invincible" in terms of hardware and software integration.