Wow I was really not expecting the above results! The LG G4 has some great specs. The G4 has a Snapdragon 808 six core processor clocked at 1.8Ghz and 3GB of Ram while the Note 5 has an Exynos 7420 octacore processor clocked at 2.1Ghz and 4GB of ram. On paper the Note 5 should be the clear winner, but once again Touchwiz slows things down for a Samsung device. The first round test the speed of app launches. How fast can each device launch particular apps from scratch? The Note 5 is the clear winner in the first round opening apps for the first time blazingly fast. The Note 5 actually has a 7 app LEAD at one point!!! The difference is made in the LG G4's multitasking ability. The Note 5 kills all apps and has to reopen each app from scratch. When it has to reload AngryBirds from scratch it hangs giving the LG G4 a chance to run to the finish line. This race reminded me of the tortoise and the hare. The Note 5 raced ahead and took a nap while the LG G4 snuck its way to the finish line ahead of the Note 5. Why does Touchwiz force close all apps? It really handicaps it's ability to multitask. Then again you could argue that the Note 5 launches most low intensity apps from scratch so fast that in the grand scheme of things it shouldn't matter. This could actually lead to the saving of resources causing better overall battery life. What are your thoughts do you thing the Note 5's management of memory cripples the device, or is this for the better.