Despite the fact that the iPhone XS is not yet officially on sale, the AnTuTu performance test has the results of measurements of the power of the new A12 Bionic chip.
The results of the “neural network” chip are impressive. In total, A12 Bionic scored 363 525 points.
This result is 70 thousand more than the nearest competitors on Android, the flagship smartphones based on the chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. The top device on the 845th chip scored only 290 thousand points.
Compared to the A11 Bionic, the A12 chip scored 30% more points in AnTuTu. In the iPhone XS graphics core and UX performance increased by 50%, and memory speed – by 20%.
It seems that to compete realistically with the new Apple processor, Qualcomm will have to work hard. Today, the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max can be easily recognized as the most powerful smartphones on the market. [ LoveiOS ]