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Wednesday, 13 September 2017

The first benchmarks of iPhone 8 and iPhone X bring colors to Android

The new Apple iPhone (iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X) have recently been unveiled at Apple's special event at the Steve Jobs Theater.

At the conference, it was commented that the Bionic A11 chip is the most powerful in the history of Apple's smartphone bite of the apple. And if that's true. The first "benchmark" tests have already been done on the terminals and the results are surprising.

Thanks to the implementation of this six-core processor; the iPhone 8 , the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X of the tenth anniversary will far exceed the performance of any other smartphone in the market. Look at the numbers!

First benchmark of iPhone 8 and iPhone X

This Geekbench list shows us a result of 4,061 for a single core and up to 9,959 for multiple processor cores . The data clearly reflect what Steve Troughton-Smith had come up with a few days ago. It's brutal!

The list also confirms that the iPhone 10.5 processor has six cores and 3 GB of RAM . This means that the benchmark has been made on the iPhone X or iPhone 8 Plus in this test, leaving a margin the iPhone 8.

On the other hand, supposedly, the iPhone 8 has 2 GB of RAM . And is that power without control is useless. Despite having less RAM than the other high-end smartphones on the market, it will certainly have a great performance that could outperform the competition in the upcoming tests. This is due to the excellent relationship between the software and the hardware of Apple devices.

In the same tests, the iPhone 7 Plus received 3,500 with a single core and 6,000 in multiple cores . A very interesting comparison. For its part, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note8 achieved a score of 2,000 with a single core and 6,800 with multiple cores.

If the A10 Fusion chip on the iPhone 7 was already making things difficult for Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 ... Imagine how brutal the superiority of the A11 Bionic chip will be!

Via | BGR 

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