iPhone X Geekbench scores started to come online ahead of the official announcement, and they are impressive, to put things mildly. The new Apple A11 “Bionic” chip has a 4000+ single-core score while the multi-core score on the 6-core chip with 3 high efficiency Zephyr cores, and 3 high powered Hurricane cores comes under 10000. Those numbers are decent improvements over the previous iPhone 7 that Company released last year and when you compare with other Android devices. For ex, Samsung’s own Exynos 8895, which is inside some versions of the Galaxy S8, tops the list at just over 1900 on the single-core score. Following that, we have the Kirin 960 from Huawei, and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835, which scores around 1880 and 1800 respectively.
According to developer revelations stemming from mining the iOS 11 code, the upcoming Apple A11 chipset that is about to shine in the iPhones announced today, will feature six processor cores. Two high-powered cores are eventually dubbed Monsoon, and the remaining four Mistral cores handle the lighter housekeeping. The A10 Fusion used on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus carries four cores, two for high performance, and two for high efficiency.
It list a hexa-core chipset which would be a 1st for an iPhone, 3 GB of RAM, as leaks and record-breaking single and multi core scores. The A11 processor managed to crank out 4000+ single core points and close to the 10,000 threshold in multi-core, indicating one mighty powerhouse might land of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and the iPhone X that was revealed today.
We have to wait for someone to test these new iPhones in person and somewhere other than a demo room in order to get a feel for just how fast this new chip is, but it’s probably safe to say that it’s fast.
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