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iPhone 14 Pro Max or Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4: the fastest surprise

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The iPhone 14 Pro Max is, at the time of this writing, the most powerful and well-equipped smartphone in Apple’s portfolio. In the Android segment, Samsung, which currently has the most powerful Galaxy Z Fold 4 foldable smartphone, is a big competitor.

It is equipped with the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and has better performance than the Galaxy S22. On his website at PhoneBuff, he compared Samsung’s foldable device to the iPhone 14 Pro Max, and we can see which one is faster.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 beats iPhone 14 Pro Max in speed tests

This type of testing is usually based on benchmarks. However, for the PhoneBuff channel, an attempt is made to simulate actual usage. And surprisingly, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 turned out to win the test.

iPhone 14 Pro Max vs. Galaxy Z Fold 4 speed test!

At the start of our testing, we can see that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 has some advantages right up to photo editing with Snapseed. But it’s when you get into video editing that the iPhone 14 Pro takes the lead.

On the first lap of testing, the iPhone 14 Pro Max eventually won by performing the task at 01:56.90 versus 01:59.21. The difference is less than 3 seconds. One might have expected the iPhone 14 Pro Max to hold onto his lead on lap two, but it didn’t.

They were able to keep all applications open until the iPhone stopped using Microsoft Excel and Word. This allowed the Galaxy Z Fold 4 to take the lead rather than let go.

In the end, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 ran the test at 2:46.83,000, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max was 2:49.58,000.

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Source: 4G News

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