Friday, September 22, 2017

Very fast, iPhone X beat a number of top-class Smartphones

Geekbench multi-core benchmark score of iPhone 8 X
Geekbench multi-core benchmark score of iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X compared to iOS devices (left) and scores of Android devices (right). (Geekbench)

Gadgethemes.com - A11 Bionic chips embedded in the trio of new smartphones Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X allegedly have high performance compared to previous A10 chips. A leaked benchmark could show the speed of A11 Bionic even equivalent to 13-inch MacBook Pro.

What if compared with similar devices? 


The official benchmark iOS page on the Geekbench site shows that all three iPhone's are much faster than iPhone 7 or iPad Pro though.

From the results of the Geekbench multi-core test, the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X, the A11 Bionic-powered  bulldoze Android flagship smartphones like the Galaxy S8 (Exynos 8895), Huawei Honor V9 (Kirin 960) and Xiaomi Mi 6 (Snapdragon 835 ).


The third multi-score test score of the new iPhone reaches the range of 10,000 points, compared to Android flagship which is in the range of 6,500 pawn. The third single core score dwells in about 4,000 points, versus 2,000's points for Android flagship.

As summarized Gadgethemes from ZDNet, Saturday  (9/23/2017), the benchmark of Geekbench is putting the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X as three smartphones fastest in the world.

iPhone 8 Plus sits at the top, followed by iPhone 8 in second place and iPhone X in third position with a thin margin.

The A11 Bionic chip uses a 6-core CPU consisting of clusters containing two high-speed cores to run heavy processing and a cluster containing 4 power-saving cores to handle light tasks.

Based on the Geekbench benchmark, A11 Bionic is firmer up to 25 percent in single-core scenarios and 80 percent faster in multi-core testing. This new test is limited to measure the performance of the CPU, not the graphics processor (GPU) A11 Bionic that Apple claims 30 percent faster than A10's GPU.

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