The Apple A13 Bionic chip only comes with six cores in a 2+4 configuration. Yet when the Geekbench 5 and Antutu 3D benchmark tests were done, it easily beat all the scores recorded by the Snapdragon 855+ which is the record holder of the best score of an Android device.
This flagship Apple device recorded 1334 marks for single-core testing and 3190 marks for multi-core testing in Geekbench testing. In the Antutu 3D test, it recorded 457,695 marks.
The Snapdragon 855+ used on the Asus ROG Phone 2 only managed to record 753 marks in the single -core test, 2770 marks in the Geekbench 5 multi -core test and 395,739 marks in the Antutu 3D test. Apple’s dominance in smartphone chip technology continued for the second year in a row using Apple A13 Bionic Chip.
The application can be launched very quickly without having to wait long. This was especially noticeable when the first was launched. Significant differences can be seen compared to the same app on a flagship Android device.
However, with 4GB of RAM, the weakness of the iPhone 11 Pro Max is starting to show. The app will start undergoing a refresh process after four apps are launched simultaneously. Once upon a time we opened Twitter to do tweets, launched the camera app to take pictures, opened Gmail to send pictures before going to Spotify to change songs. Once we got back to Twitter. the app will perform a refresh and the timeline seen just three to two minutes ago has changed.
This we never experienced during the review period of the Note 10+ which comes with 12GB of RAM. In terms of processing capabilities the iPhone 11 Pro Max is far ahead but the iOS RAM management system makes it unusable for real multi-tasks.
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The audio experience using wireless headphones is the opposite. The audio quality is several times better. The bass rumble is intense, the treble is crisp and all the audio is well separated. Again we used the Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones as they are the best on the market right now; and made sure the tests were consistent. Almost all codecs are supported except LDAC.