Samsung is going to launch its new 2019 flagship smartphones on February 20, however, forward of their debut date, benchmarks of the brand new S10+ model have been shared on Slashleaks. In line with the info, Apple’s present crop of iPhones, outfitted with A12 chips, will outperform the Snapdragon 855 processor in Samsung’s smartphone. The Galaxy S10+, which options 6GB RAM, earned a single-core Geekbench 4 rating of 3413 and a multi-core rating of 10256.
Comparatively, the A12 Bionic chip within the iPhone XS options a single-core Geekbench rating of 4797 and a multi-core score of 11264. Apple’s A-sequence chips usually outperform the Qualcomm chips that Samsung makes use of as a result of Apple is designing its chips in the house and is ready to provide tighter integration between hardware and software program. As AnandTech defined in an evaluation of the iPhone XS and XS Max, Apple’s chips are additionally way more efficient.
Whereas benchmarks are sometimes not reflective of actual world utilization, the info does recommend that Apple’s 2018 iPhones can be a great deal quicker than Samsung’s 2019 smartphones. On condition that each the A12 and the Snapdragon 855 are tremendous fast processors capable of dealing with gaming and daily duties with ease, Android customers will not be at a critical drawback. Since Samsung hasn’t launched the Galaxy S10+, there’s nonetheless an opportunity these particulars could be off. However, it’s unlikely since we’re fairly near the debut of the system.