Surprisingly enough, the side-by-side timed speed test thing is, well, still a thing. And now that a new top dog iPhone launched, you’d naturally expect that to be pitted against the best Samsung has to offer for 2021. And you’d be right.
So here’s a speed test comparing the iPhone 13 Pro Max to the Galaxy S21 Ultra. And unlike most such tests, this one doesn’t use pesky human hands and fingers, as those could introduce a few milliseconds of difference in the timing of the taps, and we just can’t have that for such a level of scientific pursuit.
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