The iPhone X, known to date as the iPhone 8, is likely to destroy the competition with the new A11 Fusion processor. Some predict that in Geekbench it would dial out at 9-10 thousand, which would leave other manufacturers far behind.
Do you remember how the alleged screen leak of the iPhone 8 screen test at Geekbench appeared? On many cores, the score was almost 9,000 points (at a single over 4500 points). It was then said it was a fake and maybe it was. But now it turns out that this situation can actually take place. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/689780/iphone-8-internet-galaxy-s8-geekbench/ The iPhone X will receive the Apple A11 Fusion six-core processor , which will receive 4 smaller Mistral cores and 2 larger Monsoon cores. For comparison, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have an A10 chip that has one pair of both. In addition, the Apple A10X processor was included in the latest iPads and contained 3 larger Hurricane cores and 3 smaller Zephyr cores. To envision the power of the upcoming system, it is worth pointing out that it is said that one small Zephyr core is as fast as the large core of Snapdragon 835. At least one of Twitter's users claims. According to him, the new iPhone will have over 10,000 points in Geekbench. If it turns out to be a reality then the iPhone X would be a monster and a terror to the competition.
A little Zephyr core is as fast as a Snapdragon 835 core. Yes, you've read it right, little Apple cores are as fast as the big ones … – Longhorn (@never_released) September 10, 2017
The new iPhone is above 10,000 on Geekbench … well done, Apple. – Longhorn (@never_released) September 10, 2017
Correction: it's 4 little cores and 2 big ones, with all of them being able to run at the same time.
– Longhorn (@never_released) September 10, 2017
To what extent will this be true – we will find out soon. Either way – the A11 processor will definitely be faster than its predecessor. Source: @never_released