On October 13, Apple unveiled its new family of iPhone 12 smartphones that feature the new A14 Bionic processor. AnTuTu decided to put the processor to the test and the first tests reveal a result that falls short of expectations.
In all, the base model of the iPhone 12, with 4 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, reached a score of 564,899 in the benchmarking tool. The Pro Max version, with 6 GB of RAM, rises to 572,133.
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The values presented are below the results obtained by the benchmarking tool with smartphones with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor, which have been leading the latest lists of the most “powerful” equipment from AnTuTu.
The tests carried out reveal that, when it comes to graphics performance, the score of the new Apple smartphone leaves something to be desired. AnTuTu details that the iPhone 12 reached 201,085 points in this category. The iPhone 11 Pro launched last year managed to surpass it with 215,338 points, as well as the newly presented iPad Air, which has the same SOC A14, with 261,927 points.
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Recall that, during the unveiling of its new smartphone line, Apple stated that the A14 Bionic, manufactured in a 5nn architecture and with 11.8 billion transistors in its four cores, promises to be 50% faster than than any other SoC on the market and is even capable of surpassing the performance level of some notebooks.
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