Apple has come up with its new iPhones lineup and we see they have the first A11 chipset with 6-core power, but what we consider now is putting all the three iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus against the high-end Android smartphones range with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoCs. Especially with one of those being the new A11 Bionic chip that blows away top-end Android phone’s chips.
Apple’s iPhone X is the tenth-anniversary phone will sport the latest A11 Bionic CPU and 3GB RAM. This particular one is something else. At least, that’s the case when it comes to benchmark scores.
In many cases, these benchmark scores do not tell the full story. But taking the iPhone X’s new A11 Bionic CPU into consideration would be an absolute one that smokes the competition as far as Geekbench numbers are concerned. These scores also includes the competing high-end Android phones from the likes of Samsung.
The first iPhone X Geekbench scores started to appear online ahead of the official unveil, also match MackBook speeds, which are somewhat impressive. The new Apple A11 “Bionic” chip has a 4000+ single-core score while the multi-core score on the 6-core chip comes in just under 10000. Those numbers are decent improvements over the iPhone 7 of last year. When you compare with Android devices, things really start to get interesting.
Where Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 inside some versions of the Galaxy S8, tops the list at just over 1900 on a single-core score. Following that, we have learnt that the Kirin 960 from Huawei, and Qualcomm’s SD835; which post scores of around 1880 and 1800 respectively.
This is not entirely the case, instead we have to wait for someone to test these new iPhones in person. In order to get a feel for just how fast this new chip is? It’s safe to say that it’s fast – very fast indeed.
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