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iPhone 12’s leaked benchmark scores show that it beats the Samsung Galaxy S20 hands down

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iPhone 12 concept

The iPhone 12 will launch sometime this year if all goes as planned. Of course, we expect it to be a speed monster with really powerful specs. However, new information suggests that the device will even be more powerful than we probably expect.

We have now seen leaked benchmark scores of the iPhone 12. According to the results, the device will beat every Android phone of 2020 hands down. Even the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is not left out.

Chinese tech publication, ITHome, posted the benchmark scores on Weibo. The alleged Geekbench 5 result shows a sing-core score of 1,658 and a multi-core score of 4,612. These scores place the iPhone 12 on par with the latest iPad Pro. This means that it may even scorch many laptops in terms of raw processing power.

In comparison, the fastest Android phone on earth currently only scores 805 on single-core and 3,076 on multi-core tests. As a matter of fact, these scores already place it below the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s A13 Bionic chip with 1,334 on single-core and 3,517 on multi-core tests.

Although the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is currently the King of the Android Hill, it does not catch up with the processing power that the iPhone 12 will allegedly come with. The iPhone 12’s rumored A14 Bionic chipset obliterates the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s Snapdragon 865 by a wide margin.

A14 Bionic chip

According to the leaked benchmark result, the iPhone 12’s A14 Bionic processor will run at about 3.1GHz. It will use a 5nm manufacturing process.

Author: Vincent Abolarin

Vincent is an Electrical Engineer and smartphone enthusiast. Anything about smartphones, count him in!

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