Last week, some “hurried” published an alleged benchmark of iPhone 11 (successor to XR) in the Geekbench database. As we reported, the results showed that the device, identified as iPhone12.1, had 4GB of RAM, which indicated an increase of 1GB in the memory of the new device compared to the previous generation.
Now, the well-known leaker OnLeaks published information that “confirms” the data shown by the benchmark seen last week. According to him, the iPhone 11 really has 4GB RAM, while the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max models are equipped with 6GB RAM – information also given by the designer Ben Geskin.
According to leaker, the above specifications are from a Chinese certification platform, so they are not officially confirmed. More than that, a new benchmark – this time from the iPhone 11 Pro – emerged on the web, but it shows that the flagship da Maçã has 4GB of RAM (same as the entry version).
As we have already warned, some benchmarks they can be falsified, and likewise the information released by OnLeaks may not represent the true specifications of the new iPhones. Anyway, we will have to wait a little longer to be absolutely sure of that.
Nevertheless, it is worth mentioning other information disclosed by the leaker – now facing the battery of new devices. According to Mele, the iPhone 11 has a battery of 3,110mAh (compared to 2,942mAh present in the XR); meanwhile, the iPhone 11 Pro may contain a battery of 3,190mAh, surpassing the previous model, which had 2,658mAh – and even the successor to the XR!
Finally, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which has everything to be the next “king of the battery” offers respectable 3,500mAh, a significant increase from the 3,174mAh present in the XS Max battery. All this, of course, would explain why the top-of-the-line model has a battery that lasts up to 5 hours longer than the iPhone XS Max.
Back to the likely results benchmark iPhone 11 Pro, the new flagship achieved an incredible test score single-core and multi-corereaching 5,472 points in the first and 13,769 points in the second – while the iPhone XS scores around 4,780 and 11,250, respectively.
As expected, the speed of clock of the new chipset A13 Bionic is from 2.66GHz (about 7% higher than the 2.49GHz of the A12 Bionic chip). As clever as we should be with the results of these tests, it is very likely that these numbers roughly reflect the real performance of the new iPhones – which we will prove over time.
via TME, GSM Arena