The latest flagships of Google, Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have significantly improved the design, screen, hardware, camera and some battery life. However, Apple is not holding back the phone business, since the iPhone 11 Pro Max is one of the best devices in the business. Which of these two premium smartphones is the best in the latest Pixel 4 XL and iPhone 11 Pro Max speed test? Let us find out.
The high-speed test of Pixel 4 XL and iPhone 11 Pro shows that Google may have improved since the Pixel 3 XL, but a lot of work is needed
PhoneBuff has presented another application speed test, and this time it is one of the best mobile phone deals of the year by Google and Apple. The same speed test that allows the Galaxy Note 10 Plus to take full advantage of the iPhone 11 Pro Max, thanks to the huge 12GB of RAM it had as part of its hardware arsenal. However, it will look very different here because the Pixel 4 XL, for some reason, runs a Snapdragon 855 and not the Snapdragon 855 Plus, while it has half the memory of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus (6GB).
The iPhone 11 Pro Max is equipped with a Bionic A13 silicone and 4 GB of LPDDR4x RAM. If you watch the Pixel 4 XL video under the iPhone 11 Pro maximum speed test, you will find that Apple’s best flagship of the year is capable of navigating applications, especially the most intense ones such as Adobe Premiere Rush and games. While the Pixel 4 XL can open applications a little faster than the Pixel 3 XL from the previous year, image processing and exporting video files is slower because the Snapdragon 855 does not match the bionic A13
The first round returns the iPhone 11 Pro Max in just 1 minute and 50 seconds, while the Pixel 4 XL does it much later, ensuring a time of 2 minutes and 17 seconds. Now is the time to see what applications can be stored in memory. That is no problem for the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Although the Pixel 4 XL can also run applications in the background, the big difference in time does not mean that it can reach the beast of a 6.5-inch Apple phone and finish in second place.
This can be daunting for users who want to get the latest flagship from Google. However, keep in mind that the speed of Pixel 4 XL compared to the iPhone 11 Pro Max opens up many facts. First, Google should definitely reduce its work in software optimization. Previously, we reported that Pixel 4 offers a very slow user interface, while frames are lost when recording 4K videos at 30 frames per second.
Hopefully Google can solve these problems in the form of software updates and PhoneBuff can run them again in the future.
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