Does the Galaxy Note 9 Really Hold a Candle to the iPhone X?

“If you don’t have a competitive advantage, don’t compete”

-Jack Welch

(Source: Samsung)

Last week, Samsung, Apple’s biggest competitor, unveiled the brand new Galaxy Note 9. Coming in at the same price as the iPhone, the Note 9 looks to snatch Apple sales.

But what does the Note 9 have in store? Firstly, the screen difference is massive. The Note has a 6.4 inch screen screen, which, when compared to the iPhone X’s 5.8 inch screen, is incomprehensible.

(Source: Samsung)

Remember the times of the Galaxy Note’s battery exploding? Well, hopefully those days are over as the Apple competitor adds a 4,000mAh battery, compared to the iPhone X’s 2,716mAh battery.

With all this brand new information about the Note, 9to5Mac decided to put the phones to the test and decide which one was more powerful. What they found was phenomenal for Apple: the iPhone X was able to outperform the Galaxy Note 9 in overall performance, which has a Geekbench 4 testing of 8,876, compared to the iPhones 10,357.  Not only that, but the iPhone won the graphics test. The only testing that the Galaxy Note 9 won was the display testing.

With the current gen iPhone X beating the Galaxy Note 9 in so many aspects, it’s safe to say that when the new iPhones launch this fall, there should be no competition.

AAPL has been up this past week

(Source: Yahoo Finance)

I Know First Algorithm is still bullish for AAPL.

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