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The iPhone X’s A11 Bionic Trumps Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 Phones on Geekbench

by Habeeb Onawole 6

Apple’s new iPhones are powered by the A11 Bionic, a hexa-core chip with a 2.4GHz clock speed. The new processor was seen on Geekbench, appearing in the iPhone X and claiming the title of king of mobile processors.

iPhone X Profile Page

This is not the first time the iPhone X has appeared on Geekbench. It was seen a few hours ahead of its launch on Tuesday scoring 4061 points in the single core test and 9959 points in the multi-core score. This time around, it takes things a bit further and in doing so trumps the other flagship phones on the list.

iPhone X A11 Bionic Geekbench

The Apple iPhone X scored 10069 points in the new multi-core test, leading the second device on the list, the Exynos-powered Samsung Galaxy Note8 with more than 3000 points. For the single-core test, it scores 4188 points. The second device on the list is the iPhone 7 Plus which is powered by the A10 Fusion. Samsung’s Galaxy S8 grabs the third position with 1991 points – a score that is even way less than that of the iPhone 7 Plus.

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The A11 Bionic features two high powered cores and four power-efficient cores. Unlike the A10 Fusion which can only run a cluster at a time, the A11 can run all six cores simultaneously.

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  • Ionut Johnny

    And in real life test, what’s the difference in the speed between this and other flagship phones, 0.

    • Yep, these are almost superficial. Can only buy one bragging rights.

    • DiegoG

      Yep not in “real life”. But of curse in “real life” you also don’t need a flagship phone. Now there is no substantial difference but in the near future, if this huge gap will still be here, more and more power greedy and futuristic application (like AR apps) will come only to iOS (sadly)

      • Ionut Johnny

        Qualcomm, Samsung, Huawei will keep up, they have the resources to do so but from what I’ve seen in the last years technology breakthroughs were achieved by the Android world first and then followed by apple’s IOS.I wouldn’t worry.

  • Rattrap

    One year later (spongebob narrator voice).

  • I am personally way more interested in the overall power consumption.