Apple's 2017 iPhone lineup seems quite intimidating with the remarkably impressive iPhone X standing alongside the iterative successors of iPhone 7 namely, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The new A11 Bionic Chip grabs the spotlight as it powers all three latest iPhones.
Apple has a reputed track record for introducing number-crunching processor upgrades with each subsequent update to its iPhone lineup. The Cupertino Company holds the reputation for releasing the fastest processors on their flagship devices in comparison to the competition.
Yet again, a recent Geekbench test has confirmed that the iPhone X's new A11 Bionic Chip absolutely outperforms every other processor chipset, including Samsung's in-house Exynos 8895, Kirin 960 from Huawei and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835.
The Geekbench scores reportedly started to surface online just a few hours ahead of the official announcement at the iPhone event. The report confirms that the A11 Bionic chip is the fastest among the current-gen mobile-processor chips with its single-core score crossing 4000 points, while its multi-core score is tipped at just under 10,000 points.
Samsung Exynos 8895 powered Galaxy S8 has secured 1900 points, while Kirin 960 scores 1880 and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 scores 1800 points in Geekbench's single-core benchmark.
We just have to wait and see if the Apple iPhone X will continue to dominate across other performance benchmarks like GFXBench and AnTuTu in the coming days. Nevertheless, it is evident that Apple has rolled out a formidable six-core processor under the hood of its next-gen flagships.