YouTube user “PhoneBuff” has created a model that has become one of the better methods for testing real-world performance. It’s in no way scientific and we’ve explained the various issues with this methodology in the past, but it’s a good way to get a feel for the experience users can expect from a phone during actual everyday usage. As we all know by now, benchmark testing isn’t always a good representation of real-world performance.
Spoiler Alert! iPhone wins. Again.