Apple A13 Bionic leaves Snapdragon 855+ eating dust

by Kelvin
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THE Apple introduced the iPhone 11 range a few days ago. That said, the three models integrate the new A13 Bionic processor. THE Apple states that the A13 Bionic is more powerful than the Snapdragon 855 and Kirin 980 respectively. Is it true? A GeekBench listing for the iPhone 11 revealed that the apple giant is apparently being modest in its claims.

Apple A13 Bionic leaves Snapdragon 855+ eating dust

This is not something new. The chipsets of Apple they are usually far above average and even the operating system itself is well developed. With 4GB of memory they can do anything and everything. For example, on Android, with 4GB things don't always go as smoothly as they could. This is coming from an Android user.

  

Apple A13 Bionic leaves Snapdragon 855+ eating dust

The Geekbench listing shows that the Geekbench chipset Apple It is much faster than Snapdragon 855 and Kirin 980, but also compared to Snapdragon 855+. This in the single core and multi core tests. The Bionic A13 also ruthlessly beats Samsung's Exynos 9825, which powers the Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10+ .

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The device is listed as iPhone 12.3, but it is believed to be the iPhone 11 equipped with the Apple A13 Bionic.

The device achieved 5,472 points in single-core testing on Geekbench 4 and in multi-core testing achieved 13,769 points, which is equally impressive.

Let's now look at the overall score of other chipsets in GeekBench to see the differences. Let's start with the Black Shark 2 with a Snapdragon 855+ chipset. The device “alone” was able to gather a single core score of 3,623 points and a multiple core score of 11,367 points. By contrast, the Exynos 9825 achieved a score of 4532 points in single core tests and 10,431 in multi-core tests. The Kirin 980 is behind the other two, with a single core test score of 3,289 points and a multiple core score of 9,817 points.

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