A15 Bionic beats Exynos 2200 in GFXBench testing

A15 Bionic beats Exynos 2200 in GFXBench testing

In a recent leak, the A15 Bionic SoC present on the iPhone 13 has benchmark results that surpass the Exynos 2200.

Apple is currently reportedly preparing for the presence of their latest SoC, the A15 Bionic. Because in a few weeks, they will officially introduce the iPhone 13 in a special event.

As is known, Apple has always had an advantage in the field of performance over other SoCs. And in the latest leak, the A15 Bionic will also get performance that outperforms its competitors.

The A15 Bionic GPU is rumored still to use a 6-core configuration like the A14 Bionic, but leaked benchmark results say something else. In some leaked benchmarks, it is known that this SoC has better performance.

Wccftech (September 7) reports, in the Manhattan 3.1 benchmark run using GFXBench, revealing that this SoC is still at the top with an average frame rate of 198 fps for the first round.

However, in the second test, the GPU of this SoC experienced some throttling due to The performance of this SoC decreased during the second benchmark run. However, the benchmark results obtained are still at 140-150 fps.

This is natural considering that Apple wants to keep their devices running for a long time, degrade performance when their chipsets experience extreme temperature increases.

Compared to the A14 Bionic and Exynos 2200, the performance of the A15 Bionic is much higher. Both SoCs were benchmarked using the same application but only got the highest benchmark results at an average rame rate of 170.7 fps. 

However, tech reviewers will usually test the A15 Bionic on the Apple iPhone 13 when it officially launches at the end of September. Later we can see how the actual performance of the SoC.


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