On August 13 Samsung introduced two new star we phablets, the Galaxy Note 5 to the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, two of the best smartphone that can be found on the market today, as well as having excellent specifications, feature one of the best designs and building materials.
The specifications of the phone are almost the same, so performance is also the same, as both equipped with the Exynos 7420 supported by 4GB of RAM, so you should be able to move multiple applications at once with perfect fluency, but it seems this is not the case at all, as both the Galaxy and the Galaxy Note 5 Edge Plus S6 are having problems with multitasking.
These 4GB of RAM at their disposal should allow both devices have several applications running at once in the background to press the multitasking button, select any app you have open and continue to use it with maximum fluidity, but when you have several applications open while the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and the Galaxy Note 5, the task manager (task manager) closes automatically. This only happens when we have too many apps running at a time and consume all the resources of our Android, but this should not happen at a terminal with 4GB of RAM after opening 5 or 6 applications.
In a video the guys at Android Police made the comparison of the performance of multitasking S6 Edge Galaxy Nexus Plus with 6 and although the Samsung Apps in this case does not come close at all, however we see the When opened for the first time, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus makes it faster than the Nexus 6, but when opening them again (they had been running in the background), the Nexus 6 is much faster when theoretically have fewer resources, so the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is closing and returning to my opening. Samsung Galaxy Tab E cover