The World Fastest Phone is iPhone 8, Obliterates All Android Phones Out There

The “Bionic” part in the name of Apple’s A11 Bionic chip isn’t just marketing speak. It’s the most powerful processor ever put in a any phone. They’ve put this chip to the test in both synthetic benchmarks and some real world speed tests, and it obliterates every Android phone they tested. – tom’s guide

“To put it simply, the iPhone 8 line has a MacBook Pro Intel-level processor inside,” Mark Spoonauer wrote on is article. Here’s an interesting excerpt from his article:

The Bionic part in the name of Apple’s A11 Bionic chip isn’t just marketing speak. It’s the most powerful processor ever put in a mobile phone. We’ve put this chip to the test in both synthetic benchmarks and some real-world speed trials, and it obliterates every Android phone we tested.

According to them, the Android wasn’t even close. The Note 8 scored 6,564, and that’s with an impressive 6GB of RAM paired with Qualcomm’s fast Snapdragon 835 processor. How about the OnePlus 5 and its 8GB of RAM and Snapdragon 835? That handset got 6,542. With 4GB of RAM, the Galaxy S8 scored 6,295 with the same processor.

In the 3D-Mark graphics benchmark, Apple’s iPhone hit an off-the-charts score of 62,212 (iPhone 8 Plus: 64,412) versus Note 8’s 39,834 and OnePlus 5’s 39,576. iPhone 8 even beats the 13-inch MacBook Pro with a seventh-generation Intel Core i5 processor.

That’s some task and iPhone 8 finished it in just 42 seconds. By comparison, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 took more than 3 minutes and Galaxy S8 Plus took more than 4 minutes. In other words, iPhone 8 was more than 4 times as fast in this particular CPU intensive task than Samsung’s phones and this tells you how fast the A11 Bionic is in real-life use.

 The iPhone 8 also opened more demanding apps faster than its predecessor and the top Android phone right now, although those differences were less dramatic. It took the iPhone 8 11 seconds to fully load the Injustice 2 game, compared to 14.53 seconds for the iPhone 7 Plus and 19 seconds for the Note 8.

One crucial piece of information was omitted: the app Tom’s Guide used to test 4K video exporting on both platforms. Having a video editing app highly optimized for a target mobile platform that uses the best available APIs and GPU-assisted video encoding can make a world of difference so bear that in mind.

Apple claims the 2 performance cores achieve 25 % faster performance over the Apple’s A10 Fusion chip, with as much as a 70 % speed boost for the low-power cores.

The chip also includes Apple’s first in-house deigned mobile GPU offering 30 percent faster graphics and provides a dedicated neural engine and other specialized sections to accelerate tasks like machine-learning, computer vision, AI and more.

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