We already warned, and a technology lover would never compare an iPhone 12, and we have a new proof of this thanks to AnTuTu, where we can see how in terms of performance both the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 have not given an important performance leap, and this means that they are less powerful than a current Snapdragon 865+ when in reality it should be a rival to the Snapdragon 875.
Much was expected of the iPhone 12 and its Apple A14 Bionic @ 5nm SoC, but the company has again disappointed, perhaps thus to inflate the performance improvement with a real new launch in the form of the iPhone 13, as the iPhone 12 reached a score of 564,899 points, while the iPhone 12 Pro reached 572,133 points. Also, the benchmark confirms that these terminals have 4 GB and 6 GB of RAM memory respectively.
To give us an idea, Samsung’s next-generation mid-range SoC, the Exynos 1080 @ 5nm, hit 693,600 points, while the HiSilicon Kirin 9000 @ 5nm hit 693,605 points. If we look for a current SoC, the Snapdragon 865+ is capable of reaching 648,000 points.
To top it off, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, with the Apple A13 Bionic @ 7nm, reached a score of 536,883 points in AnTuTu, so there is practically no performance improvement and, despite this, this old terminal offers more autonomy than its successor.