According to leaked information by tech nerds, Geekbench, the next iPhone is going to be insanely powerful. In fact, if the results are legit, it will be more powerful than any of the current or incoming Android devices by quite a bit.
The device, assumed to be the iPhone X Plus, is labeled as “iPhone 11,2” on the results and will run on Apple‘s A12 chipset. There aren’t a lot of specifics mentioned, but given the company is yet to announce its new range of phones, it’s understandable that Geekbench would want to keep the info vague for now.
Here’s what they have to say about the upcoming 6.5 inch successor to the iPhone X, running on iOS 12.
For you non-nerds out there, the device was given a performance score on both a single core of its processor as well as multiple cores. We won’t get into the details of that, but all you need to know is that the iPhone X originally scored 4,055 and 10,375, while the Samsung Galaxy S9 clocked in at 3,263 and 8,900. It’s quite an impressive jump and should translate to a more power-efficient and faster processor, which also means a longer battery life.
If this test was indeed conducted on Apple’s next line of hardware, it’s certainly going to be one helluva phone, but we won’t really know for sure until the next lot of announcements are made. There’s no date for that yet, but September is usually when the company likes to do those things.
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