OnePlus 5 Beat The iPhone In Speed Test As The First Android Phone To Do So

OnePlus 5 had been already launched in India the phone is available on Amazon. OnePlus 5 which is a successor to the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T had become the highest revenue grossing smartphone on Amazon India in Launch week.
OnePlus 5 Beat The iPhone In Speed Test As The First Android Phone  To Do So

OnePlus 5 features a huge 5.5inch Optic AMOLED display that comes with 1080p. The phone is 7.25mm thin and houses the fingerprint sensor on a home button. The phone features a dual rear camera setup that consists 20-megapixel sensor with f/26 aperture and a 16-megapixel sensor with f/1.7 aperture.

The phone comes in two variant 6GB RAM + 64GB internal and 8GB RAM + 128GB internal. The phone also sports the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC and it will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS out of the box, with the custom Oxygen OS on top of it.
There is always a competition between Android and iOS. Recently, we spotted a speed test video which clearly shows that OnePlus 5 is a better performing smartphone than Apple’s premium offering.
YouTuber David Rahimi, who maintains a YouTube channel PhoneBuff had previously shared some speed comparison videos that features the latest iPhones against top-end Android devices from Samsung, LG, Google etc. However, in all speed test videos, iPhone held the top spot in rankings since the release of iPhone 6S in the year 2015.
However, OnePlus 5 seems to be first Android smartphone ever that had managed to outperform an iPhone 7 Plus. The video consists of two rounds- In the first round, the YouTuber shows which device opens apps faster. The second round shows the multitasking capability of the smartphone.
OnePlus 5 which carries 8GB RAM, outdid the iPhone 7 Plus, as it was able to keep more apps running in the background without becoming sluggish. The huge RAM is what made the OnePlus 5 a full seven seconds speedier than the iPhone 7 Plus.
You can watch the full speed test video from here:
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