We had already checked such a test with the Galaxy Note5, but against an iPhone 6. Now, it was placed next to an iPhone 6s Plus and the result would not have been, again, not positive for the Apple smartphone .
The test was very similar, but it was performed by another YouTube channel this time, the PhoneBuff. What he did was to open several apps and games in sequence Watch, Camera, Photos, Settings, Temple Run 2, Angry Birds, Clash of Clans, Photoshop Mix, theScore and the Amazon.com website on both devices, going through all them again to assess multitasking performance.
Remember that while the iPhone 6s Plus has an A9 processor dual-core 1.8GHz and 2GB RAM, Samsung's smartphone equipped with an Exynos 7420 chip octa-core 2.1GHz and 4GB of RAM. Yes, four times as many cores and twice as much memory.
Draw your own conclusions.