The iPhone X processor exceeds Android, even for computers

The iPhone X processor exceeds Android, even for computers

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After the launch of the iPhone yesterday, and after meeting the new Apple A11 Neural, benchmarks reveal that the processor is an animal.

The benchmarks do not mark the experience with the mobile, we always said. Although a private individual is more powerful and gets much more numbers, does not mean that day to day is better . But we do not hurt Apple's merit: it has developed a processor that will establish trends in the mobile terrain

The benchmarks that emerged today with the iPhone X as protagonist reveal the huge work that Apple did with SoC. In both Single Core and Multi Core: the new Neural A11 paints well . So much so that in core analysis, you get higher scores than the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 put together.

Apple A11 Neural aims to be the most powerful mobile processor

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The benchmark leaked this morning with iPhone 10.5 as the device name. It is mandatory to question the data since can be easily faked (19459005) (not so much on iOS), but we will give a vote of confidence for the evolution of previous processors: the iPhone has always set up a dedicated and very powerful SoC. So much so that they ended the race of cores in the competition.

Here is the reference data in contrast to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 . The reference points of the two androids are made by us in the definitive units we already have.

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And then you have a gallery of benchmarks with tests that contrast the power of the new iPhone X with the Apple A11 Neural and other processors, both mobile and computer cell phones TheNextWeb .

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Is it a sign that the iPhone X is better than Android? We all know that this has nothing to do since that gross power can only be executed in a timely manner not in the long run. It is impossible for a smartphone to apply its maximum performance during one hour of playback with high quality 3D graphics, for example. And you will not use all the power in the most common tasks such as sending WhatsApps, viewing multimedia content or using social networks. Even so, it should be a wake-up call for giants like Qualcomm and Samsung .

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