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iPhone 7 Benchmarks Revealed: Here’s a Comparison of A10 vs. Snapdragon 820 vs. Exynos 8890

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iPhone 7 Benchmarks Revealed: Here’s a Comparison of A10 vs. Snapdragon 820 vs. Exynos 8890

Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are going to be unveiled within a few hours from now along with the iOS 10, macOS Sierra, tvOS 10 and watchOS 3 and the whole world is brimming with excitement. Amid this wild frenzy, a Geekbench result of an Apple device has surfaced which in all probability seems to be the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus powered by the upcoming A10 chipset.

Unlike the previous time where the leaked benchmarks turned out to be fake, this one looks very much authentic. The iPhone 9,3 in this test result seems to be the iPhone 7 Plus, but there are possibilities that it might be its smaller sibling iPhone 7. It seems more plausible to me considering the fact that both devices are powered by the same Apple A10 chipset and given the 2GB RAM, the device in question seems to be the iPhone 7 as was pointed earlier by KGI’s Ming-Chi Quo.

A10 iPhone 7 Benchmarks Revealed: Here's a Comparison of A10 vs. Snapdragon 820 vs. Exynos 8890

If you study the benchmarks carefully, you would observe that there has been a significant improvement of around 35% in terms of both single and multi-core performance from that of the iPhone 6s. iPhone 7 pulls off a single-core score of 3379 which is considerably high from that of iPhone 6s’ 2526. In multi-core scores too, there has been a vast leap from 4404 to 5495. It evens out beats the scores of 12.9-inch iPad Pro powered by the 2.2GHz A9X chip with scores of 3224 and 5466, respectively for single and multi-core.

iPhone-7-GeekBench iPhone 7 Benchmarks Revealed: Here's a Comparison of A10 vs. Snapdragon 820 vs. Exynos 8890

If we compare these scores of the iPhone 7 from that of Samsung Galaxy Note7’s Exynos 8890 or the more popular Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset powering major flagships, we don’t find much of a difference. Here’s a comparison:

Chipsets

Single-Core

Multi-Core

Apple A10

3379

5475

Apple A9

2526

4404

Samsung Exynos 8890

2067.66

6100

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820

1896

5511

As you can very clearly see that the dual-core A10 of the iPhone 7 clearly knocks out the Snapdragon 820 and the Exynos 8890 in terms of single-core performance, but it lacks just a bit behind in terms of multi-core performance considering the fact that it is just a dual-core processor.

These results are also in consonance of earlier reports which suggested that the upcoming A10 chipset will house a 2.4 GHz dual-core processor. The iPhone 7 in all probability will sport 2GB of RAM, while the larger iPhone 7 Plus is expected to house 3GB of RAM.

Another interesting thing to note is the OS version in this benchmark report which shows the device running on iOS 10.1 rather than the iOS 10.0. The iOS 10.1 hasn’t been officially released to the developers yet and it seems a bit out of the place.

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Nevertheless, if these reports are true, the upcoming iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will surely be powerhouses in all sense. Although, the Geekbench makes no mention of the GPU, but we expect a considerable boost in the graphics department as well.

Thankfully we won’t have to wait much longer as the release event will kick-off in just a few hours from now. We’ll be there to cover it and bring every bit of news to you from the event. So stay tuned.

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