Apple has always been remarkably ahead with high end processors. The A11 Bionic Chip being the most powerful processor ever manufactured, has more than 100% lead in single-core performance over the best chips from its top rivals, Samsung and Qualcomm.
When it comes to CPU performance, Apple has been leading over the rest of the mobile phone industry. The CPUs are custom-designed and fitted inside the company’s custom A-series applications processors that power the iPhone. None other smartphone has this kind of power-driven chip to run the applications.
A new report suggests that Samsung is gearing up to launch it’s flagship mobile processor, the Exynos 9810 which might give serious competition to Apple’s A11 Bionic.
As claimed by Samsung’s marketing team, the Exynos 9810 could achieve a Geekbench 4 single-core score of approximately 4,000. This means that it would keep Samsung’s chip in close quarters with Apple’s A11 Bionic where the Bionic scores roughly 4,250 in the same benchmark test.
With this Chip, Samsung hopes to bring in better brand value and gain plus points against other Android smartphone vendors.