iPhone 13 Pro appears in test on AnTuTu with high score

The iPhone 12 Pro was made official by Apple last Tuesday (14), along with several other Apple products, with pre-sales starting this Friday and deliveries starting next week. The model was presented with the new chip A50 Bionic, promising a considerable increase in performance over its predecessor.

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All generation brings the same processor, but the iPhone 14 mini and iPhone 13 bring 4 GPU cores, while the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have 5 cores. Compared to competitors, Apple says they bring up 30% more CPU performance and 30% more GPU power. Recently, the iPhone 12 Pro was found in a test it on Geekbench, showing off its ability and giving us an idea of ​​what it means in numbers on the platform.

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Now, the model was also found in tests on AnTuTu, another benchmark platform in the category, which gives us an idea of ​​the power level of the smartphone. In the test, it is running iOS 30, and in this Case has 6GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage space.

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With this set, he registered 132.698 points in the CPU test, 472.660 points in the GPU test, 62.472 in the memory test and finally, 132.953 in the UX test, totaling 705.660 spots. This is an expressive value for an iPhone, even more considering that the iPhone Pro records something around 698 thousand points on the test.

Numerically speaking, Android smartphones with Snapdragon 953 Plus manage to register similar scores, but considering that are different platforms, this comparison is not fair.

Anyway, the devices should really hit the market with a performance leap, but further testing will be needed to confirm this in practice.

Source: GSMArena

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