Cupertino-based smartphone giant Apple is all set to launch three new iPhone’s at an event later today. While we’ve seen a plethora of details about these iPhones in the past, there were very few details regarding the processor that is expected to be used in the smartphones.
We’ve now discovered a listing Geekbench’s database that might just reveal details regarding the iPhone 8’s processing chipset. The Apple’s iPhone 10,5, which could be the next-generation iPhone, seems to have a hexa-core processor.
The iPhone 8’s hexa-core processor is rumoured to feature two high performance CPU cores and four power-saving CPU cores. Furthermore, this chipset is said to be fabricated using a 10nm process, similar to what the Exynos 8895 SoC uses. It could crush the performance of the iPhone 7’s A10 Fusion chipset as well as all other processors used in high-end Android smartphones.
Furthermore, there could be 3GB of RAM under the hood of the upcoming iPhone. As per Geekbench’s database, the phone is running iOS 11. As far as the other details go, the iPhone X is supposed to feature a 6-inche edge-to-edge OLED screen, with the screen embracing almost the entire front of the device.
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We, of course, should see a major upgrade in its design point of view and the futuristic performance in all the new models. Going by all the leaks that we’ve seen in the past few days, the phone could feature a dual-12MP camera setup, 4K video recording at 60fps, a 7-megapixel front-facing camera, a completely new Face ID technology, Animoji, new wallpapers and much more.
All of three models – iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X Edition – are rumoured to offer a combination of a wide-angle lens and telephoto lens, wireless charging, 3D sensors, and a Lightning port for headphones and data transfer. The company’s keynote is all set to happen today at 10 AM PDT (IST 10:30 PM) at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park.
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