Apple is gearing up for the launch of its upcoming flagship smartphones which are expected to be the iPhone 12 series. On the last earnings call the company has confirmed that the launch is delay by a month due to COVID-19 scenario and disrupted supply chain. We have come across n-numbers of leaks, rumours, and renders in the past couple of months. Now the most-awaited Apple iPhone 12 Max Pro model is listed on the AnTuTu Benchmark test showcasing the performance scores of the flagship phone.
According to the AnTuTu Benchmark listing the Apple iPhone 12 Max Pro scored 57233 in the test. Possibly the highest ever score from any of the iPhone models available in the market. The listing also suggests that the handset will be powered by the latest A14 Bionic chipset based on 5nm processor. It runs on iOS 14.1 and backed by a 6GB RAM + 128GB onboard storage.
The Apple iPhone 12 Max Pro manages to score 167527 in CPU, 222071 in GPU, 100808 in MEM, and 81927 in UX test. The AnTuTu Benchmark listing also showcases a performance chart where the upcoming iPhone 12 Max Pro pit against the last year’s flagship the iPhone 11 Max Pro variant. The results show that the iPhone 12 Max Pro outperforms the predecessor by 47,897 points, which is a huge margin.
In the previous leaks, it has been reported that Apple might stop bundling chargers with the iPhone 12 series this year. According to the report, the iPhone 12 series will bring three variants with model numbers A2471, A2431, and A2466. The model number A2471 is expected to be fuelled by a 2227mAh battery while the A2431 model is tipped to be backed by a 2775 mAh battery and that the A2466 – expected to be the top-notch variant– has a rated capacity of 3687mAh.