Last week we showed a short video that featured an iPhone 7 Plus running . Well, we're a little more than two days after Apple present to his new flagships and has come to light a performance test in which reflected that the iPhone 7 Plus is a complete beast.
On Wednesday Apple will unveil the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, which would be the most powerful models released to date. Although major aesthetic changes externally on both models are expected, it is certain that there will be changes inside and quite significant improvements.
According to a recent leak by KGI Values , the iPhone 7 will have a dual - core A10 processor Apple IPX7 water resistance, 12 megapixel camera or 4 LEDs for flash True Tone, among other things. But we not entertain us and we will show you more details on the Benchmark has appeared on the iPhone 7 Plus, the model with 5.5-inch screen.
IPhone 7 Plus will be one of the most powerful smartphone market
In the Benchmark reference to iPhone 9.3, a model that probably corresponds to the iPhone 7 Plus, although it could also be the smallest model it is made. Well, the A10 dual-core processor that incorporates the Apple iPhone 9.3 has earned a score of 3,379 points in a single core, a rather higher figure than the 2,526 points earned by a single core with the iPhone 6s Plus and its A9 chip.
On the other hand, it is noteworthy that the A10 chip iPhone 7 Plus also outperforms other competing models like the new Exynos 8890 Galaxy Note 7, which achieved a Geekbench score of 2067.66 with a single core. On the other hand, the version with 820 Snapdragon managed only 1.896 points with a single core.
Turning to test performance with multiple cores, the iPhone 7 Plus got a score of 5,495 points, one giant leap over its predecessor who got 4,404 points. In this sense the Galaxy Note 7 will exceed anything less than 6,100 points with the Exynos 8890, but it does with the Snapdragon 820, with getting 5,511 points in Geekbench.