The mainstream flagship phones on the market today are equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8Gen1 chip, Tiangui 9000 chip, Apple A15 Bionic processor, Google Tensor chip, of which the mainstream flagship phones are equipped with Snapdragon 8Gen1 chip and Apple A15 Bionic processor these two, and popular with consumers.
And these four chips currently have a representative flagship phone, respectively, Samsung S22Ultra, Redmi K50Pro, iPhone13ProMax, Google Pixel6Pro, so equipped with these four chips, what are the gaps in performance, let's look at the whole test process together.
Software opening speed test
The first test session was to open the same number of software in succession on four phones - Samsung S22Ultra, Redmi K50Pro, iPhone 13ProMax, and Google Pixel6Pro - and then record the time spent on each. The iPhone13ProMax took the least time to open the same number of software, 1 minute and 35 seconds. The second place was taken by Samsung S22Ultra with a time of 1 minute and 56 seconds. In third place was the Redmi K50Pro, which took 2 minutes and 2 seconds. And the Google Pixel6Pro ranked fourth with a time of 2 minutes and 13 seconds.
In terms of body temperature performance, the Samsung S22Ultra, Redmi K50Pro, iPhone 13ProMax, and Google Pixel6Pro had body temperatures of 32°C, 33.6°C, 32.2°C, and 32.3°C, respectively. The Samsung S22Ultra had the lowest body temperature and the Redmi K50Pro had the highest body temperature.
Video decoding speed test
The second test session is a video decoding test running software on Samsung S22Ultra, Redmi K50Pro, iPhone 13ProMax, and Google Pixel6Pro. This test session also tests the performance of the phone.
From the test results, the fastest video decoding speed, the iPhone 13 ProMax, took 20 seconds. The second ranked video decoding is Samsung S22Ultra with 30 seconds. The third fastest video decoding speed is the Redmi K50Pro, with a time of 32 seconds. And the bottom of the video decoding speed is Google Pixel6Pro with 36 seconds.
The results of the video decoding speed test and the software opening speed test are basically the same, and the rankings of these four phones are basically the same in both test sessions.
Software decompression speed test
The third test session was to run the software decompression test, and the four phones performed completely different for software decompression.
The top ranked software decompression is still the iPhone 13 ProMax with a time of 14 seconds. In second place is the Google Pixel6Pro, with a time of 19 seconds. In third place is the Samsung S22Ultra with a time of 22 seconds. In fourth place is the Redmi K50Pro, with a time of 25 seconds.
The results of the third round of testing changed, with the Google Tensor processor jumping into second place, outperforming both the first and second round of testing sessions.
GeekBench and AnTuTu running score test
The final round of testing was running GeekBench and AnTuTu software scores on Samsung S22Ultra, Redmi K50Pro, iPhone 13ProMax, and Google Pixel6Pro.
The GeekBench score results are 3237, 4132, 4728 and 2427 for multi-core respectively. AnTuTu running score test results are, 904260, 961112, 813448, 589731.
From the run scores in the two different software can be seen, the four phones are also completely different results and ranking, it looks like the focus of the two software is also completely different.
Summary and purchase advice
From the results of multiple rounds of testing, the best performer is still the iPhone13ProMax with Apple's A15 Bionic processor, which has performed very well in both the GeekBench score and the actual testing sessions, except for the poor results of the AnTuTu run score. So if the budget is sufficient, the performance flagship phone is still preferred to iPhone13ProMax, because from the point of view of using experience, iPhone13ProMax is the best performance in a variety of test sessions, and the performance is the strongest.