This week, Apple launched its new iPhone 12 series, including four models: iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. All these models use the same chipset “Apple A14 Bionic” and the same Super Retina XDR display.
This morning, the famous benchmark site “AnTuTu” has revealed Apple’s latest iPhone models’ Benchmark scores. They found two new devices running scores (with codenamed iPhone 13,2 and iPhone 13,3) in the background today. According to the data, they are iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, respectively.
In the Benchmark, the iPhone 12 has a total score of 564,899 points, in which the CPU score is 167894 points, the GPU score is 201085 points, the MEM score is 105677, and the UX score is 90243 points.
The iPhone 12 Pro has scored 572,133 points, which includes the CPU score, which is 167437, the GPU score is 196812 points, the MEM score is 114462 points, and the UX score is 93422 points.
After comparing the running scores, it is observed that the CPU, GPU, and UX scores of both devices are not much different, within a reasonable error range, while there is a clear gap in MEM. There is no doubt that the iPhone 12 Pro with 6GB of memory will perform better.
The iPhone 12 has a 4GB of RAM with 256 Gigs of storage, while the pro version has 6GB RAM with 256 Gigs storage. It is also observed that all models are different only in size, screen resolution, and camera specifications.
The RAM of iPhone 12 Mini has not been revealed yet, but it is expected to feature a 4 Gigs of RAM. It also seems that the upcoming chipset from Samsung and Huawei may easily beat this chipset.