AnTuTu benchmark results of iPad Pro 2018 and record breaking of this tablet again


AnTuTu benchmark results of iPad Pro 2018 and record breaking of this tablet again

AnTuTu benchmark results of iPad Pro 2018 and record breaking of this tablet again

Yesterday we saw in the news that with the announcement of iPad Pro 2018 benchmark result on Geekbench This tablet is stronger by a large margin It was from all smartphones and even many laptops. But one of the most reliable benchmarks for measuring the performance of digital gadgets is AnTuTu. It worked and earned the title of the fastest iOS device by scoring 500,000 points. The new graphics processor that Apple has built into the A12X Bionic chipset has clearly shown its effect in the benchmark results. In fact, the seven graphics cores of this chip brought more than half of the iPad Pro’s score, and this shows how great the new Apple tablet can be in tasks that require high graphics, such as games, image editing, and video.

Currently, the highest score for an Android device in the AnTuTu benchmark is Huawei’s new flagship, the Mate 20 It is the Pro that was first released with the 7nm Kirin 980 chip made by this company and scored +300,000 on EnToTu. Apple’s iPad Pro 2018 chipset is also 7nm, but it seems that there are many differences in frequency and clock speed, resulting in an unprecedented performance of Apple’s chipset, at least in benchmarks. The people who published the results of AnTuTu claim that there is no significant difference in the performance of the 1TB iPad Pro model with 6GB of RAM and the other model with 4GB of RAM, which means that it seems that the result is all due to the graphics system. It is a tablet.

With the stunning performance of iPad Pro 2018 in AnTuTu and GeekBench tests, what do you think about this new Apple device? Isn’t this tablet a better choice compared to new smartphones? Share your thoughts with us.

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