Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Gaming Review with Asphalt 8, GTA San Andreas

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Gaming Review. In this video we are going to show you the gaming performance of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus by playing following games:

1. Subway Surfers
2. Dead Trigger 2
3. Riptide GP2
4. NFS most Wanted
5. Asphalt 8
6. Modern Combat 5
7. GTA San Andreas

In this gaming test we also tried to find out if there is any heating issue with the device. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is powered by an exynos octa core 7420 processor along with 4GB of RAM and 32 GB of…

17 Comments on “Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Gaming Review with Asphalt 8, GTA San Andreas”

  1. I have also s6 edge plus . My games are Angry birds , chicken invaders 3 , subway surfers , Angry birds Rio , asphalt 7 , nfs most wanted , Modern Combat 5 , Asphalt 8 , GTA SA , NFS NO LIMITS AND ALSO ASPHALT XTREME

  2. I love the look and feel of the new S6 Edge+ but it has a few faults. For one with 4GB of ram I have the same or less memory available on the S6 Edge+ with all apps closed as I do on my Note 3 that has 3GB of ram and 50+ apps installed. Clearly the bloat has increased proportionally with the available RAM and I'm sure the same can be said of the extra computational power from the CPU. The display max brightness on my S6 edge+ isn't as bright as my Note 3 either but is closer to the Note 2's max brightness.

    My biggest gripe is when I hold my iPhone 6s Plus up next to the S6 Edge+ and load games such as Real Racing 3, GTRacing 2 ect I see a massive difference between the two as far as game render quality. The lighting and frames per second on the Apple has a massive lead to the point where the game looks laggy, blocky and has flickering textures(on things such as fences in background) on the S6 while running Real Racing 3 but the biggest advantage is on GTRacing 2 where the car looks like a cartoon on the S6 Edge+ by comparison to the 6S Plus and the game seems to feel as if it's sped up and skips frames on the S6 Edge compared to the 6S Plus.

    All that said I am a huge fan of Android and Samsung but I'm also willing to admit where they fall short. If I'm gonna lose my SD card support I'd at least like the games to run better and if the 1440p vs 1080p display is the issue then Samsung should add more GPU or hold off a few gens on the higher resolution as honestly I cannot see any major differences in resolution between the 6s, Note 3(both 1080p) and the 1440p 6S Edge+.

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