The iPhone 6s prototype had a higher single-core score than the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge as the latter tallied 1492 on its Geekbench adventure. But the multi-core results were decidedly in favor of the Galaxy S6 edge, which had a score of 5077 in this category. Keep in mind that there are a number of factors that make comparing benchmark results an inexact science.
The Geekbench test also revealed that the iPhone 6s will have 2GB of RAM as originally thought. That was put into question, however, by an alleged Geekbench test that showed only 1GB of RAM inside. With the test results that were revealed today confirming the 2GB of RAM, and the tri-core CPU running at 1.5GHz, all appear right with the world once again.
The Apple iPhone 6s and Apple iPhone 6s Plus are expected to be unveiled on September 9th.
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source: MyDrivers (translated) via VRZone