Jun 26, 2017 07:53 AM EDT
A recent speed test unveils that OnePlus 5 defeats two other flagship devices, Galaxy S8 and HTC U11. The performance of the Snapdragon 835s brings the actual test result.
According to GSMArena, 20 applications run in the three latest smartphones, OnePlus 5, Galaxy S8 and the HTC U11. Time was the key factor to measure the speed performance of the three handsets while accessing the apps. RAM was the main feature to indicate how quickly the smartphones can access and run the apps.
So RAM management in OnePlus 5 and other two said flagship devices was the ultimate word to explore the speed of the devices. The new OnePlus 5 contains 5GB of RAM. On the other hand, Galaxy S8 has 4GB of RAM, and the HTC U11 is available with both 4GB and 6GB of RAM.
In the first round, OnePlus 5 completed the routine in just 51.3 seconds that is 3.6 seconds faster than HTC U11. The handset also performed 12.7 seconds quicker than the Galaxy S8. In the end, OnePlus 5 became the winner and finished 26.2s ahead of the Galaxy S8 and 9.0s ahead of the HTC U11.
According to BGR, a recent charging speed test revealed that OnePlus 5 was the winner against three other flagship handsets. The key competitors against OnePlus 5 were HTC U11, Xperia XZ Premium, Galaxy S8. All these smartphones were placed in the Airplane Mode and simultaneously connected to the stock chargers. The battery life of the handsets drained to one percent.
After spending one hour and twenty-eight minutes the battery of the OnePlus 5 charged 100%. On the other hand, Galaxy S8 acquired the second place with a ratio of 1:41. The HTC U11 got the third place with a ratio of 1:44 and the Xperia XZ Premium obtained the last place at 2:40. That means OnePlus 5 is a fast charging handset available in the market.
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