Highlights

  • Benchmark result reports A11 Bionic chip in iPhone X, which is powerhouse in itself
  • iPhone X's multi-core will rule the market by its exclusive feature
  • The latest A11 chip consists of six-cores efficient to operate them simultaneously

The latest flagship handset of Apple – iPhone X was launched last week along with several astonishing features comprising extremly fast A11 Bionic chipset, bezel-less OLED display, along with Face ID – few of it is also featured in iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus as well. The SoC consist of six CPU cores, along with the efficiency top operate each of it concurrently. Currently, the Apple iPhone X has undergone via GeekBench 4 portal, as well as the single-core and multi-core evaluations both demonstrate that the quite latest chipset appears to be indeed really prevailing.

The latest flagship smartphone – iPhone X has dominated the competition within the smartphone industry – such as OnePlus 5, Samsung Galaxy S8, and the Samsung Galaxy 8+, and Samsung Galaxy S8 through an incomparable margin. The newly launched handset from Samsung – Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 are being equipped with an Exynos 8895 SoC, although the OnePlus 5, as well as the Galaxy S8+, which is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoCs.

A11 Bionic

The iPhone’s multi-core scores appear to be quite higher than the other smartphones as compared to the handset in the list containing second position – Galaxy Note 8 attaining 6,784 points, although iPhone X inherits the points of 10,069 scores. The iPhone X’s single-core score contains 4,188 points, although the scores for iPhone 7 Plus is 3,473 points. The iPhone 7 Plus seems to be consisting an A10 Fusion chip along with extremely-powered cores as well as four energy-efficient cores, rather dissimilar to A11, which is capable to operate all its cores concurrently. The previously launched smartphone with the earlier chip was capable to operate on just one core at a single time – either the large-powered cores or the energy-efficient cores.

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These scores from benchmark show that the incredibility of the iPhone X’s powerhouse ability. The flagship handset of Apple – iPhone X as well as the iPhone 8 Plus, both are appeared to comprise 3GB RAM, although the RAM in iPhone 8 is 2GB.

iPhone X

Apple’s latest chip – A11 Bionic SoC bears a ‘neural engine’ for tackling the artificial intelligence or machine learning dependent tasks, including Animoji, Face ID, as well as other features. This chip seems to be a six-core CPU pattern along with two tasking cores, which is 25% quicker as compared to the firm’s A10 Fusion that it was used within the past iPhone handsets. The next four cores also seem to be performed regarding the 70 percent quicker efficiency as compared to the A10 Fusion.

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The most dominating smartphone trademark, Apple asserts that the newly made A11 Bionic-equipped iPhone handsets will provide battery capacity of two hours more, which is 70% more than that of earlier launched smartphones. This newly manufactured A11 Bionic chipset is also added with an Apple-structured GPU comprising a three-core pattern, which provides up to 30% quicker graphics displays as compared to the earlier handsets.

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