The improved performance could be one of the reasons why the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus can provide support for 4K video recording at 60 frames per second.The iPhone 8 is surely an expensive phone, and it is a mobile computing beast the latest benchmark scores show that iPhone 8 is powerful in processing compared to MacBook Pro and Windows 10-powered notebook.
iPhone 8 Not Only Beats Powerful Notebooks but the OnePlus 5 and Galaxy Note 8 Are No Match for It in Video Editing Tests
Tom’s Guide got hands on latest iPhone 8, and perhaps for kicks and giggles, benchmarks were run pitting 4.7-inch phone against MacBook Pro and Dell’s most powerful flagship XPS 13 in Geekbench 4. The results were quite impressive as iPhone 8 was able to overtake both notebooks in the multi-core test results. Bear in mind MacBook Pro was put through test featuring a Core i5 processor and chip is no slouch if you want to carry out some tasks in quick succession or simultaneously.Geekbench 4 Benchmarks
The previous benchmarks, the iPad Pro was able to beat Apple’s MacBook Pro in a variety of tests, proving that company’s chip design powers are an imperious best. The most surprising thing about these tests is that iPhone 8 Plus obtained higher score compared to iPhone 8.3D Mark Benchmarks
OnePlus 5 and Galaxy Note 8 are nowhere near to performance of iPhone 8 and the performance looks like next-gen “off-the-shelf” hardware from Qualcomm and Samsung will not be able to hold a candle next to these results.
The improved performance could be one of the reasons why the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus can provide support for 4K video recording at 60 frames per second.