[ Mobile China News] Recently, the well-known benchmarking software Geekbench ushered in a new version update after many years, and released the latest Geekbench 6 version. With the release of the new version, many mobile phone enthusiasts couldn’t hold back their inner desires, and tested their mobile phones with the new software at the first time. What attracts the most attention is the running score of Android VS Apple .
Some digital bloggers announced the latest release of the Samsung S23 Ultra , the king of Android phones, and the iPhone 14 Pro from the Apple camp . The former is equipped with a customized version of the high-frequency Snapdragon 8 Gen2, which can be said to represent the strongest performance among current Android phones, while the latter The A16 processor of Apple is also the handle in the current Apple mobile phone. In the previous Geekbench 5, the A16 was ahead of the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 in both single-core and multi-core, but in the new Geekbench 6, the gap between the two has been further widened.
According to the published test pictures, in the new Geekbench 6, the single-core and multi-core running scores of the Samsung S23 Ultra are 2095 and 5486 points respectively, which has also improved to a certain extent compared to before. But when I saw the running scores of Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro, I realized what it means to be powerful. Under the new version, the iPhone 14 Pro equipped with A16 ran a score of 2528/6623. Compared with the score of 1880/5619 in Geekbench 5, it can be said to be a huge improvement. The single-core score of 2529 is far ahead of the Android camp, while the multi-core Compared with the previous one, it has also improved by 1000 points, which can be said to have further consolidated its advantage over the Android camp.
Some netizens sighed after seeing the new running score: Qualcomm’s efforts for several generations are no match for an update of Geekbench. However, some netizens don’t care too much about this result. After all, the running score is not equal to the actual user experience, and Android and Apple are two ecological camps, and there is not much comparability.