Geekbench 4 released for Android and iOS
The source of many leaks, Geebench's online database of test results is quite impressive. With the latest update, the developer is trying to align the benchmarking tool with the latest requirements and technological advancements in the mobile industry.
The new Geekbench 4 includes updated CPU benchmarks, but also new GPU Compute tests for the latest graphics processing units launched on the market. In terms of visual improvements, the folks behind Geekbench announced the latest version comes with a Material Design interface.
If you've never used the benchmark application, then you should know Geekbench's tests have been especially customized to accurately measure mobile CPU performance. The test results can be compared between devices since Geekbench has a huge database.
The developers also confirmed Geekbench 4's tests are “multi-core aware,” so users will know precisely the full potential of their phone's processor.
Keep in mind that Geekbench 4 is now available for both the Android and iOS platforms, so you can either update it if you have a previous version, or download it via Google Play or App Store.
For those owning Android devices, Geekbench 4 should be compatible with phones and tablets powered by Android 5.0 and up, while Apple fans will need devices running iOS 9.0 or later.