Jakarta, Selular.ID – Apple has just announced its iPhone 12 lineup. Now, the Geekbench score of the iPhone 12 has managed to reveal the performance that the smartphone brings.
No doubt, this benchmark result is one that is quite attractive, because Apple still has not thoroughly analyzed the performance of the successor to the iPhone 11. Now, Geekbench is now filled with many lists for the new iPhone, including RAM capacity and also what the A14 Bionic chipset can do. in a synthetic comparison environment.
As is known, Apple promises the A14 Bionic chip belonging to the iPhone 12 has 40% higher CPU performance than the A12 series, while the Graphic Processor Unit (GPU) has an increase of 30 percent compared to the A12 chipset. The A14 chipset itself does not have a significant increase compared to the previous chipset, the A13.
Launching from GSMarena, Saturday (17/10), Benchmark test results at Geekbench reveal the iPhone 12 carries 4GB of RAM. As a result, the smartphone achieved 1,588 points in the single core department and 3,677 points in the multi core test.
Furthermore, this test assumes the iPhone 12 mini also has 4GB of RAM. Meanwhile, another iPhone 12 carrying 6GB of RAM is assumed to be the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max. It logged a score of 1,590 on the single-core test and 3,881 on the multi-core test.
Also read: IPhone 12 Price: Cheapest US
Overall, the iPhone 12 Series managed to record single-core testing ranging between 1,580 and 1,598 points while multi-core scores varied from 3,800 to 4,002 points.
Compared to last year’s Geekbench A13 listing, the new iPhones offer a under 20% improvement in single-core performance and just an 8% jump in multi-core testing. The new Geekbench figures further show that the A14 chip focuses more on saving power than on improving performance.