iPhone X was announced last week and it is the best, most advanced iPhone ever, packed with unique innovations that are set to improve how an iPhone is used every single day. The new smartphone gets features like bezel-less OLED display, facial-recognition, a new set of emojis as well as AR support.
However, the most interesting thing in the new Apple iPhone would be the chipset used. Well, iPhone X comes with the new and really fast A11 Bionic chipset which promises to deliver more power and performance. And it seems the new chip is the most powerful chip in the industry right now. Well, iPhone X has been tested using the GeekBench 4 benchmarking tool and the results of its single-core and multi-core tests have proved that it is very powerful. Apple is not just saying it on paper.
Besides, Apple iPhone X has beaten the most powerful chipsets that are used by its competitor brands and smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the OnePlus 5. Apple's new Bionic chip has outpaced everyone by a fair margin. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 are being powered by an Exynos 8895 SoC, while the OnePlus 5 and the Galaxy S8+ are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoCs.
iPhone X has achieved a huge score of 10,069 as seen in the multi-core test while Galaxy Note 8 is at the second place with 6,784 points. The single-core score for the iPhone X is at 4,188, while the iPhone 7 Plus stands second with 3,473 points while Samsung and Oneplus follows suit.
In any case, considering these benchmarking scores we can clearly see that the new iPhone X is a beast in terms of performance and will most likely deliver fluid experiences to the users without many hiccups.
Besides, talking about the new custom-designed Apple A11 Bionic chip, it features a new architecture that powers the device's new innovations, making it the most powerful chip ever in a smartphone, while also getting more time between charges with the longest battery life ever in an iPhone. The A11 Bionic's CPU now has four cores, seamlessly integrating two high-performance cores that run up to 25 percent faster than iPhone 7, and four high-efficiency cores that are capable of running 70 percent faster than the A10 chip.
Graphics performance has also become more powerful, running up to 30 percent faster than iPhone 7 series enabling a new level of gaming and professional apps. The device also comes with a second generation performance control feature that optimizes the performance of the new phone. The good thing though, Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus also comes with the same new chipset.