In contrary to what some believe, the new Apple A10 Fusion quad core chip found with the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is a monster.
|Apple's iPhone 7|
As a matter of fact, some guys put it through the test with the popular Antutu benchmark where it blew away the nearest Android competitor. It go a record breaking score of almost 180K (178,397 to be exact).
|Antutu score of iPhone 7|
In comparison, the highest Android scoring device last August is the OnePlus 3 running on Snapdragon 820 and 6 GB RAM just registered an average result of 140,288 points. That means that the iPhone 7 scored more than 38K than the already "beastly" OnePlus 3.
While some may argue (partly true), that the resolution of an iPhone 7 is low at just 1334 x 758 pixels at 326 ppi compared to most flagship Androids with higher ppi, the score achieved by Apple is remarkable.
It also means that they have crazy good hardware and software optimization in achieving that feat.
What do you think guys?