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    iPhone 13 Pro Max vs OnePlus 9 Pro vs iPhone 11 (PUBG/BGMI) Speed Test

    Today we will be comparing iPhone 13 Pro max vs One plus 9 Pro vs iPhone 11 to see which one handles PUBG/BGMI better.

    We will be doing the following tests:-

    1) Speed test

    2) BootCamp test

    3) Stress test

    Speed Test

    Starting off with the speed test to see which phone opens the game first. Looks like One plus took some time to start the game, while the iPhones are very smooth and fast. However the Krafton logo appeared first on the One plus 9 pro, and I guess it may have a lead here. But what do you think, will the One plus beat iPhones in this speed test, or will the iPhones can catch up with the one plus, let me know in the comments.

    Never mind the iPhone 13 pro max destroyed the One plus 9 pro here. And then the 2-year old iPhone 11, still managed to win against one plus 9 pro, well let’s have a BIG F for the one plus in the comments.

    iPhone 13 Pro Max vs OnePlus 9 Pro vs iPhone 11 (PUBG/BGMI) Speed Test

    Finally, the One plus 9 pro loaded the game, just to be sure I did best out of 3-speed tests, and the results were the same. iPhone 13 pro max took 18 seconds to start the game, and the iPhone 11 took 23 seconds while the one plus 9 pro took 32 seconds, a massive win for the iPhones.

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    iPhone 13 Pro Max vs OnePlus 9 Pro vs iPhone 11

    I know a lot of you would be like loading screen time doesn’t matter, it’s just 10-15 seconds slower. Well, let’s say if you open the game a hundred times, it would save you around 12 minutes with the iPhone 13, which is enough to play a few TDMs.

    Which phone enters in a match faster

    Just to be sure all these 3 phones are connected to the same wi-fi and the wi-fi router. Alright so we gonna do a custom room, and all 3 phones are in the same team. We will see which one enters the match first, okay so the iPhone 13 pro max is the clear winner here. But let’s watch it in slow motion to see which phone got 2nd and 3rd. Looks like the iPhone 11 loaded the match 2nd, and quickly followed up by the one plus. But the difference is actually very close.

    Ever wonder who gets no1, no2 in your team?

    By the way, if you don’t know how your teammates get assigned number 1, number 2 in your squad, it depends on the device & internet connection.

    So whoever gets the number 1 in your squad, they will most likely have the most powerful device and the best internet connection. Since we are using the same wi-fi for all these 3 phones, let’s focus on the device, so the iPhone 13 pro max got the number 1 spot in the squad and the one plus 9 pro got the 2nd spot while the iPhone 11 got the 3rd place. But the crazy thing is the iPhone 11 loads up the match faster than the one plus 9 pro. However, the One plus 9 pro still manages to get 2nd place in the squad. So this shows us that the one plus 9 pro is more powerful than the iPhone 11.

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    Bootcamp test

    But is it really true? Let’s find that in the boot camp test, so we have about 50 players in a custom room, and everyone will land in BootCamp. This will put pressure on the phone’s CPU and GPU, just to be sure every phone here are running at the same graphic settings, HDR Extreme with anti-aliasing set to 2 times. And if you are wondering 90 fps is not available on one plus 9 pro and iPhone 13 pro max yet, so that’s why we are running at HDR extreme.

    Anyway while landing in the Bootcamp, I didn’t notice any lag or huge frame drops, but I can confirm that there are a few frame drops from 59 fps to 50 fps it’s fluctuating but on average I guess it’s gonna be around 56 or 57 fps. However, I couldn’t able to measure the iphone’s fps but I’m sure that iPhone 13 pro max is doing way better than the other two phones.

    Overheating issues

    And also let’s talk about overheating issues, so you can easily observe that iPhone 11’s screen got dimmer that is due to overheating. It’s actually really hot, and one plus is also hot but not overheated as the iPhone 11, and the newer iPhone 13 pro max is doing really well, it only got slightly warmer. This is how I would rank these phones in overheating.

    Stress test

    So let’s move on to the next test, which is the stress test, this is where we can put the phones to their maximum pressure. In this stress test, we will make the phone render more than what it is supposed to do. So I have a Molotov cocktail in my hand, and I will quickly switch it to grenade and hold the fire button at the same time, and you’ll hear Molotov opening flame sound.

    However you’ll be holding a grenade in your hand, and if you move you will see fire coming out from your character. You can repeat the process again and again by switching between low toss and high toss and the fire opacity increases over time.

    iPhone 13 Pro Max vs OnePlus 9 Pro vs iPhone 11 (PUBG/BGMI) Speed Test

    For example, here is a side by side comparison of 1 stack vs 5 stacks + increasing up to 25 stacks, you can clearly see the fire flames opacity or brightness increases as you stack more. This means your phone requires to render more and more Molotov flames, and I saw bumbum’s video, he said if you stack more than a thousand your device will lag.

    Also Read: SCAR-L Guide/Tutorial (PUBG MOBILE/BGMI)

    So let’s see how many stacks each phone can handle

    One plus 9 pro

    Starting with the One plus 9 pro. Alright so we have the fps counter at the top along with CPU and GPU usage, and let’s skip to around 500 stacks to see the situation with fps. As you can see the fps is dropping below 50 and it’s fluctuating around 50, also if you look at the CPU and GPU usage, they kind-a increased as if we compare to the starting before stacking the Molotov’s flames. And if we go over one thousand + Molotov stacks, the fps dropped below 30 and fluctuated around 20 fps, so this clearly shows us that doing this Molotov stacks is processor intensive and it actually heats up very quickly under 10 minutes.

    Oneplus 9 Pro

    iPhone 11

    Normally if I’m playing normal games it would take around 40-50 minutes to heat up to this specific temperature. Alright let’s repeat the same process with the iPhone 11, the results were almost the same it started having frame drops after 500+ stacks. I don’t have fps meters, but I guess the fps is fluctuating around 50 just like the one plus 9 pro. However, if we go over one thousand + shacks, the iPhone 11 starts to have frame drops really bad. I’m assuming the fps is below 20 and fluctuating around 20. It is very obvious that the iPhone 11 is the least powerful phone in this comparison, and it overheated really bad and I’m guessing the iPhone 11’s processor is throttling down performance due to the overheating, that’s why it’s lagging so bad.

    iPhone 11

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    iPhone 13 pro max

    Moving on to the iPhone 13 pro max, so after 500+ stacks the iPhone 13 pro max is still running really smooth, maybe the fps is fluctuating around 55 56, and even after one thousand + Molotov stacks the iPhone 13 pro max is keeping up really good. The fps kinda feels like around 40-50 ish, it didn’t drop below 30 fps, unlike the other two phones. And the crazy thing is even after two thousand+ stacks the iPhone 13 pro max is running really well, didn’t drop below 30 fps, but the fps is fluctuating especially when you jump. And this makes the phone heat up very quickly. However, it didn’t heat up as hot as the other two phones.

    iphone 13 pro max

    Just for fun, I put this phone in the freezer for a minute and took it out, surprisingly it’s running the game really good. It feels like 60 fps, even with HDR extreme graphics, but the vehicle sounds are gone.

    Anyway, that’s all I got for this blog, I hope you find this blog entertaining and if you did hit the like button and allow our push notifications for more.

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