Geekbench confirms the iPhone 7 Plus has 3GB of RAM



There are still many things to discuss about the Apple Keynote a Keynote in which, at last Apple surprised us with the new iPhone 7 Plus and the controversial new color Jet Black . And although at first glance not just differences can be seen with the iPhone 6s Plus, the new iPhone 7 Plus hides much more inside than we thought.

And the litmus test are the famous Benchmark provided by the company Geekbench, tests that analyze performance processor devices and in particular of the new A10 Fusion. And the returns are amazing … The new iPhone 7 Plus outperforms all previous devices, including the new iPad Pro. After the jump we show a comparison of the Benchmark of different devices that have Apple in its catalog, a comparison in which the power of this new iPhone 7 Plus.


Today we not are talking about any new external or internal component of the device, but we talk about the performance of the new A10 processor that integrate these new models. Geekbench just published the first benchmark of an iPhone 7. At first, we do not know if the model 4.7-inch or 5.5-inch with 3 GB of RAM, because according to the details of the test were performed on an iPhone 7 2 GB of RAM, which we can see a score of 3379 with a single core.  Now the tested  result reads out 2998 MB, rought 3GB with the iPhone 7 Plus, the iPhone 6s Plus, currently on the market, reached 2526 marks. In this same category the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with the Exynos 8890 processor got a score of 2067.66 and the Snapdragon 820 processor reached 1896 points.

However, if we talk about multicore score, we can see how the iPhone 7 gets a score of 5495, almost 1000 points higher than the iPhone 6s Plus, which reached 4404. When compared with the Exynos 8890 Galaxy Note 7, the score offers some results of 6311, while the Snapdragon 820 he scored 5511.

What is clear is that until they reach the market the first devices will leave no doubts about the real capabilities of the new Apple processor A10.

(Source: MacRumors)

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