Apple’s A13 Bionic chipset tests faster than Snapdragon 855+

GeekBench has released a new 11-inch iPhone 11 with the Apple A13 Bionic processor. Apple says the new chipset from Apple is more powerful than the Snapdragon 855 and Kirin 980, GeekBench has tested it. A13 appears to be a chip directory that’s stronger than the Snapdragon 855, according to Apple.

Geekbench’s chip shows that the Apple A13 is not only faster than the Snapdragon 855 and Kirin 980, but also the Snapdragon 855+. One-core and multi-core processing power, the Apple A13 is faster than the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10 + Exynos 9825 chip, and in the list is called the iPhone 12,3, but it’s the iPhone 11, which has a score of 5,472 points. (Uniaxial) with a GeekBench 4 measurement. Multi-axis scores were 13,769

When Gizchina compares the Black Shark 2 with the Snapdragon 855+, the Black Shark 2 has a single core score of 3,623 points and 11,367 points at multiple cores. Exynos 9825 scores 4,532 from a single core and 10,431 points in Kirin 980 is at the back of 3,289 points in single axis and 9,817 points in multi axis.