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iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro significantly lag behind Android flagships in the AnTuTu test

by Henry Brown

Recently, Apple officially announced its new smartphones of the iPhone 12 series. And although the new items have not yet appeared on the free market, the first test results of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro have already been found in the AnTuTu test suite database. This allows you to evaluate their “synthetic” performance and at the same time to compare with the results of Android devices.

Both smartphones seen in the AnTuTu database are based on the Apple A14 Bionic processor. It is the first mobile chipset to be manufactured using a 5nm process technology. The devices showed a result of about 570 thousand points in the AnTuTu test (564.9 thousand for the iPhone 12 and 572.1 thousand for the iPhone 12 Pro). For comparison, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro smartphone based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor scores more than 687 thousand points in the AnTuTu test. Thus, the total lag of the iPhone 12 from the Android flagships is about 20%. The most significant gap – over 40% – is observed in the GPU test. In other segments, the lag behind the iPhone 12 looks less depressing. Thus, in the memory test, new Apple smartphones are inferior by about 6%. At the same time, the testing involved smartphones iPhone 12 in a configuration of 4/256 GB of memory and iPhone 12 Pro in a configuration of 6/128 GB.

At the same time, we can note a slight increase in performance of the new iPhone 12 with the A14 Bionic chip (5nm) compared to last year’s versions of the iPhone 11 with the A13 Bionic processor (7nm). The iPhone 11 Pro Max scored 536.9 thousand points in the AnTuTu 8 test. Thus, smartphones of the iPhone 12 series are ahead of their predecessor by about 5-6%.

Source: gsmarena

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