Editorial Consumer Reports has tested the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Observers from a non-profit organization gave high marks to Apple phones, but they advise to buy Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Consumer Reports believes that the most notable change in the iPhone XS is improved autonomy. The organization has noted progress in comparison with the iPhone X.
In our testing, the iPhone XS lasted for 24.5 hours, and iPhone XS Max 26 hours. This is a big step forward in comparison with the results of the iPhone X (19.5 hours).
At the same time, Consumer Reports criticized those phones who takes a long time while charging. This is due to the fact that Apple continues to bundle old 5-watt adapters. Testing has shown that from 0 to 100 percent, the iPhone XS charges in 195 minutes, the iPhone XS Max in 210 minutes. For comparison, the Galaxy Note 9 charges in 105 minutes.
Consumer Reports claims that the iPhone XS camera is better than the iPhone X, but only a little.
Our employees admired the clarity and clarity of still photos taken on the iPhone XS. The Samsung Galaxy phones are a bit behind, but this in no way means that the quality of their image is worse.
As for the reliability of the case, Consumer Reports advises to think about buying a durable cover. During the strength test. The iPhone XS “visibly damaged” after 50 drops. At the same time, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 received similar damage after 100 drops.
According to the results of all tests, Consumer Reports put iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max 82 points. This is one point more than the Galaxy S9, but one point less than the Galaxy Note 9.
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