Almost immediately after the long-awaited presentationApple's new range of iPhone smartphones, enthusiasts began to test device power tests. The high performance of the proprietary A13 Bionic processors announced by the developers was confirmed at the first test.
Benchmark Geekbench first unveiled the resultsperformance testing of the iPhone 11 Pro, which showed very high results. The test mode of one core of the iPhone with the A13 Bionic chip received 5472 points, while the Samsung Galaxy Note + with the Exynos 9825 processor gave a total of 4515 points. In the multi-core test, the iPhone received 13769 points, and the Galaxy Note + only 10313 points.
It should be noted that in terms of sizeiPhone RAM is inferior to Galaxy Note + having 12 GB of RAM. For the iPhone 11 Pro series, developers allocated only 6GB, and for the iPhone 11 - 4 GB of RAM. This data is difficult to confirm, since the devices have not yet hit the public sale. More detailed performance testing can be carried out after the start of sales scheduled for September 20.