Today we have an article from the Hacker News site which provides an interesting comparison between the performance of various Android phones in the US and other countries.
As you can see from the chart below, Android phones have been performing much better in the past year than the iPhone 5s, Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy Note5 in the United States.
In fact, the performance improvement is so great that Android devices in the UK have also managed to beat the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on the chart, while the iPhone SE and the iPhone XS have performed far better.
The chart shows that the performance improvements of Android phones can be attributed to the improvements in battery life.
For example, the Samsung Galaxy R9 Nano performed better in terms of overall battery life than the HTC 10 and the LG G3.
The HTC 10 also performed better on the battery life chart than the Samsung GS6.
As you might expect, the iPhone 7s Plus was able to perform significantly better than the Apple iPhone 6s Plus, even though it had a much larger battery than the previous iPhone.
While it is not always possible to compare the performance in all of the different countries at the same time, the chart shows the performance differences in various regions.
We have provided a link to the chart in case you want to see how it compares to the Apple iPhones and Samsung iPhones.
We also recommend checking out our article on how to use battery life metrics.