Apple is all set to hold its annual iPhone event, where Apple unveiling the much-awaited iPhone XI series, at the company’s Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California on September 10.

Now, well before the iPhone XI series comes to the daylight, it’s Geekbench benchmark score of “iPhone 12.1,” which is the successor to the iPhone XR, got leaked online.

The iPhone XR successor managed to get an impressive score — 5,415 for single-core and 11,294 for multi-core. And if you compare the score with the flagship Android smartphones that are available in the market at this moment, the iPhone XI is likely to emerge as the winner as the most powerful Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus has a multi-core score of 11,210.

On the opposite side of the coin though, Apple’s latest iPhone failed to go beyond its own number that’s set by last year’s iPhone XR, which managed a whopping 11,312. Now, all eyes will be on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.

Further, if you take a closer look at the above image, you’ll notice that it mentions a 4GB primary memory, and that’s a much-needed upgrade over the last year’s model. However, it’s way too less as compared to what Android flagships are offering.

via: Macrumors; Tomsguide

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