TheiPhone XS Max is equipped with a new processor A12 Bionic 15% more powerful than the old version A11. It is a chip capable of performing up to 5 trillion operations per second, while the A11 performs “only” 600 billion. For users who wonder about the power of this new chip developed by Apple, the site Appleinsider carried out a comparative benchmark.
The site has carried out several tests to compare the performance of the iPhone XS Max and the Galaxy Note 9. At Geekbench 4.0, the XS Max obtained 4800 points while the Note 9 reaches only 2451 points in single-core. Regarding the multi-core scores, the Apple smartphone achieved a score of 11,400 points against only 8,830 for the phablet from Samsung. For graphics tests, the iPhone achieved a very good score: 22,527 points, against 13,980 for the Note.
Regarding the ANTUTU test, the iPhone is doing very well: 364,287 points for the XS Max and 284,402 for the Korean company’s smartphone. As for the Octane 2.0 test, the Apple phone far exceeds the Note 9; 43,000 points against 20,000. The conclusion? The new A12 Bionic processor developed by the American company is a powerhouse.