It’s a hypothesis iPhone 11 Pro has come out on Geekbench, playing the hexa-core Apple A13 Bionic chip with iOS 13. The best thing is the list of 4GB of RAM, which puts the iPhone 11 Pro on the same level as the iPhone XS and the latest addition of the Android era. objection.
As Geekbench is a CPU benchmark, RAM isn’t an issue with the iPhone 11 Pro destroying all Android games. The phone reached 5,472 in the single-major project, up from 13,769 in the multi-project, leaving the head and shoulders at the top of the smartphones.
In our review of the new ASUS ROG Phone II we released the Snapdragon 855+ chip on the Samsung Exynos 9825 and not very close to the score published by Apple A13 Bionics.
However, CPU performance is one thing, RAM is another. Hey a recent speed test proven, more RAM means, in the end the phone can hang for long periods of time – at this point the Galaxy Note10 + with its 12GB of RAM isn’t powered by just one app, while the iPhone XS Max needs to place applications from its 4 GB of RAM.