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iPhone 14 Pro turned out to be 21% faster in benchmark performance than Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra with 200MP camera!

The iPhone 14 Pro has been found to be faster in both single core and multi core performance than the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, recent benchmarks of both the phones have revealed. Galaxy S23 Ultra is one of the most premium smartphones equipped with a custom version of the most powerful chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. At the same time, the iPhone 14 Pro works on the Apple A16 Bionic SoC, which is the fastest chip in the current iPhone.

one of comparedial Report according to, iPhone 14 Pro in single core performance Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 21 percent faster than the 6G, based on the leaked Geekbench scores for the newly launched Samsung smartphone. The iPhone 14 Pro scored 1,874 in the single-core test, while the Galaxy S23 Ultra scored 1,480. it is clear that apple in flagship phone Samsung There is an advantage over

Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 Pro has a score of 5,384 in the multi-score test, which is even higher than the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s score of 4,584. Benchmarks show that Apple is not much ahead of Samsung in multi-core performance as compared to single-core test.

A recent one from GSMArena Report shows similar results for the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which Xiaomi 12S Ultra, Xiaomi 12 Pro And Galaxy S22 Ultra Scored higher than, but in single core testing, iPhone 14 Pro Max and Nubia Red Magic 8 Pro scored less than In multi-core testing, the Galaxy S23 Ultra was second only to the iPhone 14 Pro Max, beating out Nubia and Xiaomi phones with their older models.

Unlike its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S23 is powered by a Snapdragon chipset in all markets, which means there won’t be an Exynos version available this year. The iPhone 13 Pro Max with the Samsung Galaxy S22 and A15 Bionic chipset with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC had multi-core scores of 3,433 and 4,647 in benchmarks run by PCMag last year.


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