Apple’s iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro have both appeared on the AnTuTU benchmarking platform. While Apple had only just revealed its new smartphone lineup this week, two of the four devices have already been given AnTuTU scores based on metrics such as CPU and GPU.
MySmartPrice discovered the AnTuTU listing, which broke down how the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 stacked up according to the platform’s benchmarks. For the tests, both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro were tested using the model with 256GB internal storage. They were also tested while running the latest iOS 14.1 software.
In terms of the iPhone 12, which has 4GB of RAM, the device was given an overall score of 564899 on the AnTuTU test. Furthermore, the CPU test yielded a score of 167894, while it received 201085 on the GPU test. Additionally, the iPhone 12 was given a 105677 score on the MEM test and 90243 on the UX test.
The iPhone 12 Pro, on the other hand, has 6GB of RAM. It was given an overall score of 572133 on the AnTuTu test. When looking at the CPU testing, the iPhone 12 Pro got a 167437 score. GPU testing showed a total score of 196812, while the MEM test gave the device 114462. Finally, it saw a score of 93422 on the UX test.
On top of giving an overall score on performance, the AnTuTU listings give confirmation of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro RAM size. It’s likely that the iPhone 12 Mini will also feature 4GB of RAM while the iPhone 12 Pro Max will sport 6GB of RAM.
As MySmartPrice points out, the benchmark scores of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro have not exceeded the benchmark laid by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. However, the AnTuTU tests do not replicate the day-to-day usage most users will find with their device. With that said, a consumer may experience better performance from the iPhone 12’s A14 processor over the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor.