Teknoku.me – A few days ago, Apple launched its iPhone 12 lineup. The successor to the iPhone 11 is equipped with the “brains” of the A14 Bionic, the company’s latest chipset.
This chipset is made with a 5nm fabrication which is claimed to bring increased overall performance.
However, this performance is reportedly not as fast as the latest chipsets that equip several Android smartphones.
At least that is according to the screenshot of the Antutu iPhone 12 and 12 Pro benchmark results circulating on the internet.
Based on this figure, the overall AnTuTU score for the iPhone 12 was recorded at 564,899 points. From the leak, the “regular” iPhone 12 is known to have 4GB of RAM.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 12 Pro with 6 GB of RAM received a higher score, namely 572,133 points.
This figure is actually still lower than various Android phones with an overall performance score of over 600,000 points, such as the ROG Phone 3, Mi 10 Ultra, to the Oppo Find X2 Pro.
The three phones are known to be powered by chipsets made by Qualcomm, namely Snapdragon 865 Plus for ROG Phone 3, and Snapdragon 865 for Mi 10 Ultra and Oppo Find X2 Pro.
When viewed, the comparison of scores that is too far comes from the graphics processing sector (GPU). The three Android phones had GPU scores ranging from 220,000 – 258,000 points.
While the iPhone 12 GPU score is only around 200,000 points, the difference is about 20,000 points more than the top Android phone.
However, it is not yet known how the “real” performance of the iPhone 12 is, whether for gaming or everyday use.
This is because these phones have not been officially sold on the market and benchmark results do not usually fully describe the performance of daily use.
The benchmark score obtained by the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro itself is higher than the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro.
The two phones launched in 2019 received an overall performance score of 491,792 points and 516,635 points.