Samsung Galaxy S7: what is the performance difference between Nougat and Marshmallow?


after having updated to 7.0 Nougat Android Samsung Galaxy S7, we decided to measure it at a Galaxy S7 Edge 6.0 Marshmallow Android to see which of the two the better managed its RAM. Nothing better than a speedtest to enlighten us.



we recently had the opportunity to update the Samsung Galaxy S7 to writing Android 7.0 Nougat . We can therefore enjoy several new features, , including the Viewports, a system of notifications improved or even new emojis.


but a question occurred quickly in our minds. We indeed wanted to know if the update of the operating system had an impact on the performance of the terminal and, in particular, on its memory management live.


We therefore submitted to our device for the exercise of the speedtest . Commonly, it is a race between two smartphones. Here, we faced the Galaxy S7 under Nougat one Galaxy S7 Edge running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The one and the other are equipped with 4 GB of RAM and the same Exynos 8890.



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Protocol


Protocol is simple: we launch 15 applications on both smartphones, and, on two occasions. First cycle allows to observe the opening time of applications while the second channel allows to analyze how each system manages its RAM.


Spoiler : Android 7.0 Nougat has indeed a positive effect at this level, since the applications do not need to recharge!


to read in FrAndroid: Android 7.0 Nougat: list updated terminals







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