iPhone 7 – A10 chip with dual-core 2.37 GHz and 3 GB RAM

Assumed a new benchmark for iPhone 7 or rather iPhone 7 Plus given the codename iPhone9,2 as specified in the test appeared on the internet and it shows what we should expect from the upcoming smartphone, the least in terms of performance it has.

We are talking about an iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with a chip A10 which has a dual-core processor clocked at 2.37 GHz, and 3 GB RAM, some of this information is already provided by various rumors emerged in recent months, power processing is much higher than that of current models.

Basically, we can see that this benchmark tells us that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will have a processing power that is almost 50% higher than the iPhone 6S it getting 2,500 points in tests single-core or 4300 points in the multi-core, so we’re talking about a supposed increase enormously.

7 iPhone disclosed a performance benchmark

The result of this alleged benchmark is even better and than the one recorded by the iPad Pro screen of 12.9 inches, and that given that it has a processor as fast, but with 1GB of RAM in addition, her winning test scores of 3300 points in single-core and 5500 points in multi-core test.


To be honest, the results of this supposed benchmark for iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus seem to be much more than what you expect a lot of people at Apple, the growth performance is generally up to 20% from one model to another, so it’s hard to say how real the results.

Moreover, the benchmark is not found in archive Geekbench, but this would not be unusual, however, an iPhone 7 Plus with dual-core processor clocked at 2.37 GHz with 3 GB RAM seems like too good to be especially true regarding the working frequency of the processor.

Today’s results are weaker than those presented by an assumed benchmark prior to iPhone 7, but the possibility exists that the result less be attributed to the iPhone 7 with a weaker processor and the result better to be of an iPhone 7 Plus processor stronger.


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