Apple has recently released its latest iPhone 7 with 2GB RAM, quad-core processor, and a 4.7-inch screen. Although there is no headphone jack in this smartphone, a new report reveals that the performance of this smartphone is better than all the Android flagship phones.
According to a new Geekbench 4 test, iPhone 7 is 33 percent faster than the Android smartphones. The iPhone 7 scored 5,507 on the multi-core portion of the CPU performance test. That obliterates the 3,918 score from the Galaxy S7.
On the same test, the LG G5 notched 3,737 however, the OnePlus 3, which features 6GB of RAM, hit a fairly high 4,171.
Regarding graphics, the iPhone 7 hit a great score of 37,810 on the 3D Mark Ice Storm Unlimited Test. This score is more than LG G5, which scored 27,118, Galaxy S7 Edge, which scored 27,851, and the OnePlus 3 which hits 29,957.
Earlier we reported that this smartphone will be the most advanced and fastest device from the company. And now, the latest benchmark tests have proved it.
iPhone 7 is a very fast smartphone with a lot of features but the fans of Apple are really missing the wired headphones. When this device was announced, Apple stated that the headphone jack was outdated and that the company wants to move towards modern technologies. The headphones that come with the iPhone 7 connect to the Lightning port, and there is also an adapter connecting your old headphones.