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iPhone 8 Outperforms iPhone X in Early Benchmarks [Chart]

iPhone 8 Outperforms iPhone X in Early Benchmarks [Chart]

Posted September 18, 2017 at 2:31pm by iClarified · 36797 views
Geekbench has added the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X to its iOS Benchmark Chart.

Notably, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus both outscore the iPhone X in single core and multi-core performance. All three devices feature Apple's new A11 chip.

The iPhone 8 tops the Single Core iOS Benchmark Chart with an average score of 4195, followed by the iPhone 8 Plus which scores 4128, and the iPhone X with a score of 4028. The iPhone 8 scores about 26% higher than the iPhone 7.

iPhone 8 Outperforms iPhone X in Early Benchmarks [Chart]

In Multi-Core performance the iPhone 8 again tops the charts with a score of 10005, beating the iPhone 8 Plus at 9829, and easily outperforming the iPhone X which had a score of 9287. Multi-core performance is massively improved from last year. The iPhone 8's score is 80% higher than the iPhone 7's score of 5545.

iPhone 8 Outperforms iPhone X in Early Benchmarks [Chart]

Geekbench also posted Metal benchmarks for the new devices. Here the iPhone 8 ranked behind Apple's latest iPad Pros with a score of 15624. The iPhone X managed to pull slightly ahead of the iPhone 8 Plus with a score of a 15540 compared to the 8 Plus' score of 15520.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are currently available for pre-order; however, the iPhone X won't be available to pre-order until October 27th.

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iPhone 8 Outperforms iPhone X in Early Benchmarks [Chart]
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D4xM4Nx
D4xM4Nx - September 19, 2017 at 2:57am
Pixel density matters a lot if not enough power is provided to handle the extra load. Take Samsung's method for handling its screens: they are always pushing for insanely high resolutions, yet their chips aren't fast enough to cope with it.
Buttslab
Buttslab - September 19, 2017 at 12:55am
Yes the screen size matters. Pushing more pixels. The renob who says this is unacceptable is a moron. What did you want them to do, artificially slow down the imand 8 plus?
Johny
Johny - September 19, 2017 at 2:33am
No moron, they could have figured out a way of making the X faster not slower than their lower end phones!
ratGT.
ratGT. - September 19, 2017 at 9:27am
@Johny - You tech-illiterate buffoon, why do you comment when you clearly have no clue of what you are talking about?!?
Johny
Johny - September 18, 2017 at 9:37pm
This is totally unacceptable... I mean for the cost of the X how come the 8 and 8 plus beat the shit out of iphone X. Shame on you apple. Shame, Shame, Shame, Shame, Shame
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