Apple destroyed the competition, iPhone 11 phones scores over 450K at AnTuTu

A couple of days in the past, Apple unleashed the brand new iPhone 11 telephones with the brand new 7nm A13 Bionic chipset. If you are questioning about its benchmark ratings, the corporate’s new trio of telephones destroyed everybody else!
Apple destroyed the competition, iPhone 11 phones scores over 450K at AnTuTu
iPhone 11 Professional

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AnTuTu scores of the new iPhones
AnTuTu ratings of the brand new iPhones

AnTuTu published that the telephones scored no less than 455Okay in its exams. Specifically, iPhone 11 scored 456655, iPhone 11 Professional scored 455,452, and iPhone 11 Professional Max scored 462,098. Those ratings are the easiest discovered on some other handset.

The closest competitor is the Snapdragon 855 Plus powered ROG Telephone 2 scoring 396,813 issues. The brand new iPhones scored no less than 58Okay upper than the top-scoring Android telephone.

Geekbench scores of iPhone 11
Geekbench ratings of iPhone 11

At Geekbench, iPhone 11 Professional were given a single-core rating of 5,472 and 13,769 multi-score ratings. Once more, this is upper than the closest Android pageant.

The rationale in the back of this ridiculous pace is the brand new 7nm A13 Bionic which is created from 8.5 billion transistors.
Apple stated that it makes use of 2 efficiency cores with 20 % quicker speeds and 30 % decrease energy intake paired with 4 potency cores with 20 % quicker efficiency and 40 % decrease energy intake than its previous-gen chips.

It additionally has a steel optimized quad-core GPU with a 20 % speedier efficiency and 40 % decrease energy intake than the predecessor and an upgraded octa-core Neural Engine for AI duties.

The brand new NPU has a 20 % quicker efficiency and 15 % decrease energy intake.

Subsequent week, let’s examine if the Mate 30 with Kirin 990 5G can compete.

Assets: AnTuTu, Geekbench

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