We all know very well that recently the tech giant Apple introduced its most revolutionary device, iPhone X and along with the iPhone X it also introduced iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. But, now the iPhone X benchmark test reveals an incredibly high score which is much enough to destroy other flagship devices.
iPhone X Benchmarks Match MacBook Speeds And Destroy Android Phones
Recently, the tech giant Apple introduced its most revolutionary device, iPhone X and along with the iPhone X it also introduced iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, the tech giant Apple presented a device to the world as the best iPhone ever, but apparently, it could be in the entire category of smartphones.
A benchmark test reveals an incredibly high score and far removed from other flagships smartphones such as OnePlus 5, Galaxy S8 or even the Galaxy Note 8 as well.
It was even before Keynote that Kid Pool shared an image on Twitter for a benchmark test, this test associated with a “10,5” iPhone model.
Obviously, it was extrapolated as soon as it would be the long awaited iPhone X, which would even be presented during Apple’s Keynote that this year was held in the brand new Steve Jobs Theater.
iPhone 10,5 and its brutal benchmark result
This test came on the Geekbench platform which features an incredible score of 4274 in Single-Core and 10248 in multi-core.
In order to accurately perceive the size of these numbers, it is worth looking at the biggest ones of mobile technology, those that are considered as the most powerful today. OnePlus 5, for example, has 1932 in single-core and 6495 in multi-core values.
Regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the results are like this 2011 in single-core and 6497 in multi-core values respectively. These values are quite close to what the Galaxy S8 and S8 + have.
Benchmark values, as we have always pointed out, are only a benchmark, and often there are almost no significant performance differences between the various models with slightly different results. But as benchmarks that reveal well the power that the tech giant Apple wanted to bring to its new models and the difference that the new SoC can make.
So, what do you think about this monstrous and robust score? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.