Galaxy S21

Galaxy S21 + benchmark: its performance to shame the iPhone 12 Pro Max? Not so fast …

According to this benchmark of the Galaxy S21 + taken up by the youtube channel Random Stuff 2, the Snapdragon 888 editions of the smartphone will make the iPhone 12 blush in the benchmarks. The difference would still be 200,000 AnTuTu points between the Samsung smartphone and the iPhone 12 Pro Max equipped with an A14 Bionic chip. Except that when we take the AnTuTu score of the iPhone 12 Pro Max in our test, the difference disappears. Which is in itself a small victory …

Galaxy s21

It’s a fact: every year the performance difference between the latest Android smartphones and the latest iPhones is getting smaller. Apple has thus long remained far ahead of the competition by developing its own ARM chips.. But this leadership could mark time with the Snapdragon 888 whose first smartphones should arrive on the market in the coming weeks. One of the very first smartphones to benefit from this new Qualcomm chip will be the Galaxy S21. In any case in North America and in a handful of other markets – since here, only Exynos variants which are traditionally a little less powerful should be offered to us.

The Random Stuff 2 YouTube channel managed to get their hands on what looks like a Galaxy S21 +, and just uploaded a Simultaneous AnTuTu test on the next Samsung smartphone and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. However, if these results are confirmed, it is indeed very promising. Galaxy S21 + achieved interstellar score of 643,461 points against 441,227 points only for the iPhone 12 Pro Max, the most powerful currently on the market. That is, according to this test, more than 200,000 points of difference. However, before taking out the champagne, we warn you right away. The score of the iPhone 12 Pro Max is much lower than that obtained in our test.

Indeed the score of the iPhone 12 Pro Max is rather around 642,522 points. Or an almost non-existent difference. However, if indeed the score of S21 + is the right one, we can say that Qualcomm finally managed to match the performance of the latest iPhones, long before a new model was released. The release of the iPhone 13 and their new chip (which should be called A15) is not expected for many months.