One UI 2.0 vs iOS 13 Speed Test!

One UI 2.0 vs iOS 13 Speed Test! Hello all and welcome to this speed test comparison of One UI 2.0 and iOS 13. In this video we will do various general everyday tests to give you an idea of the performance you can expect from each software. The intentions of this video is not scientific but rather general everyday user, animations, simple app openings, and ram management. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, please be sure to go ahead and leave them down below in the comment section of this video and as always, thank you for watching and be sure to be well and peace 🙂

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32 Replies to “One UI 2.0 vs iOS 13 Speed Test!”

  1. Robiul Islam

    People talks only about android customizations but there are lots of useful features these aren't available on ios. They are-
    1. Always on Display: Its very useful for OLED display. You can check time, media notifications on your screen
    2. Split screen mode: You can use two apps simmutiounsly by splitting your screen.
    3. Picture-in-picture mode: You can watch videos, maps navigation and other things in a floating window.
    4. Floating window: You can use any apps over floating window.
    5. Notification bar: I think android has waay better notification bar and control center than ios.
    6. Shortcut: I think everyone knows about this. So I don't need to say anything about this. Even we can launch any application whithout leaving current page.
    7. Customization: You all know about this. Tell me which section you can't customize on an android phone 😎.
    In abroad iPhone users can feel proud but in Southeast Asia they can't.

  2. Parth Oomphy

    I have iPhone X and S10. I love smoothen animations on iPhone but One UI has way more features. So I think it's a toss up. I will personally prefer one ui due to pop up view apps and multi window (I do multi tasking a lot)

  3. Fam Bam

    I've been an apple user since day one. Bought multiple Samsung phones and other Android phones but none could beat the iPhone experience until now with Android 10. I just recently purchased a pixel 3 XL for $300 and gave Android another shot after paying off my iPhone x. Android 10 is what makes me get the best of both worlds with the customization of android. Because honestly, the fluidity, simplicity and updates of iPhone are important to me but customization was close second. Now with Android 10…again, I get both. It's been a real long time coming and I only see better progress in the future for both Google and apple.

    Also…Android phones are great looking. Even the mid tier ones.

  4. Google Translator

    I like how all android users keep their mouth shut when Samsung literally copies apples gestures. iPhone’s gestures are still smoother even tho, when apple copy’s Samsung they make it 10x better.

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