Alleged iPhone 11 Pro Passed Though Geekbench With Impressive Scores

Karamchand Rameshwar - Sep 13, 2019


Alleged iPhone 11 Pro Passed Though Geekbench With Impressive Scores

If the Geekbench listing of the iPhone 11 Pro is to be believed, the iPhone 11 Pro has a higher benchmark scores than any other Android flagships.

Apple has recently announced the iPhone 11 series, all of which are driven by the new A13 Bionic chipset. The brand claimed at the event that its chipset is the most powerful one you can find in a smartphone. Apple chipsets have long been considered to be slightly better than its Qualcomm counterparts, and it seems that is also the case with the A13 Bionic. An iPhone device believed to be the iPhone 11 Pro just passed through Geekbench with an impressive score.

Iphone 11 Pro

As mentioned, all three models in the iPhone 11 series come with an A13 Bionic chip. Aside from better performance, the brand also claimed that the iPhone 11 Pro has an additional battery life of up to 4 hours, while it is 5 hours for the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone 11 Pro in the Geekbench listing runs the latest iOS 13 and packs 4GB of RAM, which is still good for an iPhone because iOS does not require a lot of RAM to work with. However, the benchmark test on Geekbench only deals with the CPU, so RAM is not really a matter here.

Iphone 11 Pro Geekbench

Moving to the scores, the iPhone 11 Pro did exceptionally well to the point that none of the Android phones have a higher score. The handset achieved a score of 5,472 points in the single-core test, which is much higher than any Android-powered flagship devices, including the ROG Phone II Ultimate Edition with the Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC. The handset is also much more powerful than the Galaxy Note 10+ with the Exynos 9825 SoC. As for the multi-core test, it scored 13,769 points, which is way higher than the competition.

When it comes to gaming, app launches, and a few other aspects, the iPhones have always delivered a great performance. And it seems the A13 Bionic will still help iPhones beat its Android counterpart for a while. However, with 4GB of RAM, the iPhone handsets might not be as good as the Android flagship smartphones with more than 6GB of RAM. Smartphones require a higher amount of RAM so that they can keep more apps in memory. If not, whenever users go back to an app, they will have to restart it.

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