Nexus 5 Android 6.0 Marshmallow vs iPhone 6 iOS 9.1 Speed Test

Speed Test comparison between Google Nexus 5 running latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow vs iPhone 6 with iOS 9.1 fresh installed.

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26 Comments on Nexus 5 Android 6.0 Marshmallow vs iPhone 6 iOS 9.1 Speed Test

  1. I'm saying this before watching the video. This is not a fair test. The Nexus 5 came out Oct 31, 2013 whereas the iPhone 6 came out September 19, 2014. It has more up to date specs compared to the Nexus 5 for it's unfair. It would be more fair to compare the Nexus 5 with the 5s and the iPhone 6 with the Nexus 6.

  2. @xeetechcare hello there…i have a nexus 5 too but it isn't running as smooth as yours..would u mind if u would tell me how did u make the n5 open the apps and move that smooth please? Thank you

  3. I'm always wondering should we compare this two? I'm trying to tell this, we can see that Nexus 5 is little faster but what about stability, security, what about different APIs? It is a fact that developing apps for iDevices is much easier because of tested API and small number of devices so we get stable and nice-designed apps that can work pretty well. You should keep this in mind too.

  4. The difference in Speed is calculated in milliseconds and therefor not relevant, compared to everyday usage, one thing I hate about my Nexus 5, compared to what I would love in an iOS product if I had one, would be that the Storage is so badly managed, I've never put music on my phone for the simple reason that the Phone is sluggish to operate, you have to rely on a third party app to make the music work (wtf) and most of the time the music is not compressed automatically as with iTunes. Android relies too much on Streaming content from the Cloud and I don't like using the Cloud at all.

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