Galaxy S8 Plus vs iPhone SE! – Gaming



Hi there, welcome to this Galaxy S8 Plus vs iPhone SE Gaming Comparison video. The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is equipped with a 6.2 inch Super Amoled 2K screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 cpu, and 4GB of ram. The iPhone SE comes equipped with a 4 inch retina display, Apple A9 Chipset, and 2GB ram. In this video we run the latest smartphone from Samsung vs Apples 2016 Flagship smartphone with the intentions on helping you decide if you want to upgrade! Share your feedback, questions, video…

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39 Replies to “Galaxy S8 Plus vs iPhone SE! – Gaming”

  1. Nick Ackerman

    Samsung's Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus are two of the hottest phones around right now, but how do they game in terms of speed and performance in comparison to apples a9 devices? In this video we compare the S8 Plus to Apple iPhone SE to see which is the better gamer, share your thoughts, feedback below and enjoy!
    P.S Case Link in the description 🙂

  2. Rob C

    Wow this is sad, galaxy s8 with a performance mode loses to a phone that’s like 2 years older and has less ram as well as being like a 5th of the price
    slow clap

  3. GametillGrave

    fuck se is unbeatable..now venever i will buy a new phone i will buy se or maybe se2 if the design will be same…samsung is shit,watching this on samsung fuck it…never own an iphone..will buy soon hopefully…iphone delivers quality but dnt spend much money like 1000$ on bloody phn unless u hav much…best phone under 500$ in my opinion!

  4. Cj Mak

    Bear In Mind Those Pixels That the S8 Plus Is Running that 2k display vs the 750p Damn. So Unfair. and Even when you change the resolution of S8 Still the Screen Is Bigger so Meaning More Pixels To run on that Powerhouse. Im Not a Samsung fan But Infact I Got the iphone 8. Im Just saying so. Yeah

  5. why

    Actually, he is using HIS iPhone SE and opened most or even all of the apps in the video, whereas the Samsung S8+ has hardly ever been used,therefore, it's struggling to compete against an already daily-driver phone that he has opened most or all of the apps. So, this test is unfair and retarded. The Samsung hasn't even been used that much!

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