Apple unveiled its iPhone 12 plan earlier this week, and the vanilla iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are already set to be pre-ordered ahead of market arrival next week. Today we saw the scorecards for both devices in the AnTuTu database, giving us a small overview of the performance performed.
Both of the iPhone 12 devices are powered by A14 Bionic, which is the first 5nm chipset, but the green numbers show disappointing results compared to the Snapdragon 865 chip by Qualcomm, which is used by most Android flags.
Apple iPhone 12 | Apple iPhone 12 Pro
The total 570,000-ish GPU, CPU, memory, and AnTuTu interface functionality is not surprising at all. Going for a quick comparison – among 660,000 top Android players, the biggest gap is in the GPU level, which is less than 40% on the iPhones.
In the other three, Apple has less than 10% performance, and the memory difference is about 6%, with at least a combination of 4/256 GB of memory for the iPhone 12 and 6/128 GB variation for the iPhone 12 Pro. This could also be the first ever confirmation of the launch after the iphone 12 Pro models that will get 6GB of RAM installed, compared to 4GB on vanilla iPhone 12s.
Although we do not care about cross comparisons, it is likely that as cross platform benches it will remain at least inaccurate the A14 is much faster than its predecessor – the 7nm A13 Bionic chip. The iPhone 11 Pro Max gets 536,883 in AnTuTu 8, giving these iPhone 12 family members a little 5-6% chance.
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