The Aion Bionic processor introduced during Apple’s keynote on September 12th in Keynote, is featured in both the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. However, what we did not expect is that it made the iPhone 8 the largest because the most powerful phone Apple has ever launched and will launch during 2017.
It is clear that we must take this information with tweezers, as there are many details that make the iPhone 8 literally break the scores that leave the marker.
To begin with, and being fair, the reality is that the iPhone 8 moves lower resolution than FullHD, while the panels of iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X are clearly superior in that aspect. Otherwise, obviously FaceID and the size of the panel will require some capacity, so much so that the screen Super Retina of the iPhone X must affect performance. Not by this we mean that the iPhone X is not going to move, quite the opposite, more than likely to be one of the most powerful devices on the market. Anyway, the difference is tiny, these are the yields offered by Geekbench:
The iPhone 8 data processing not only wins all iPhone, but also the rest of products of the range, while in the case of graphic performance is quite below the iPad Pro 10.5 and his older brother the iPad Pro of 12.9. Undoubtedly, the iPhone 8 despite its little initial success in sales is a real beast.