Although it may be late, the iPhone 8 is likely to be the benchmark for rivals to follow in terms of processor chip’s performance.
On April 25th, screenshots of performance tests on the Geekbench 4.0 application of the iPhone 8 have just appeared in China. Looking at this score, we can see the iPhone 8 completely capable of destroying all competitors in the market today.
Specifically, the single-point performance of the phone reached 4,537 points, 30% higher than the iPhone 7.
In terms of simple score, the single-handed performance of the iPhone 8 is more than double that of its biggest competitor.
Meanwhile, the multi-core of the iPhone 8 also reached 8,975, more than 50% of its predecessor model.
Of course, scores from performance testing applications do not quite reflect the actual speed of the product.
Therefore, it is unlikely that the iPhone 8 breaks the competition in terms of speed in everyday tasks. However, this score shows that Apple is really serious about creating the most powerful mobile chip for the iPhone 8.
According to this disclosure information, the iPhone 8 will have a screen resolution of 2,800 × 1,242 pixels, which means a ratio of 20.2: 9 or 2.25: 1. Thus, the iPhone 8 can use screen longer than the Galaxy S8 or LG G6.
The prototype is tested (if the image is real) running iOS 11. Its A11 chip owns a speed of 2.74 GHz, quad-core and 128 KB L1 cache. The A10 Fusion chip on the iPhone 7 has a speed of 2.34 GHz.
By: Anna Lee