How Fast is the iPhone 6s – Geekbench, GFXBench, 3DMARK, Antutu

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How Fast is the iPhone 6s – Geekbench, GFXBench, 3DMARK, Antutu

Here I have tried to measure via standard benchmark tests how fast the new Apple iPhone 6s is. Using Geekbench3, 3DMARK, GFXBENCH and Antutu we compare the latest iPhone, HTC one and Samsung Galaxy against each other and their earlier generations.
I know there are fans of each, and fair enough they are all nice phones and each to their own choice, but here I just see how they co pare performance wise.

I like the GFXBENCH Manhattan and TRex tests as they are very like high end game play scenarios, especially important is the long term performance test, which runs the TRex test 30 times and reports the lowest number of frames in a TRex test run from the 30 that were run. This shows up whether the hardware can actually consistently play a game at a good frame refresh rate over the course of about 30 minutes, which is the total time of the long term performance test. So it’s a good representation of the sort of use the…

3 Comments on How Fast is the iPhone 6s – Geekbench, GFXBench, 3DMARK, Antutu

  1. This is a fantastic comparison. Thank you very much. I would really like to see another video with all of the current flagship phones. Again, thank you!

  2. Thanks for posting this. Would you be able to re-test 3dmark and compare the individual graphics and physics scores rather than the total score? The reason I ask (and for anyone reading) is that the total score uses an aggregate of both the graphics and physics tests, which are each aimed at testing distinctly different areas of the processor (CPU for physics, GPU for graphics).

    In other tests I've seen, the Apple A9 nearly doubles the scores of the nearest competition on the graphics test, while being much closer on the physics test (maybe a little behind–I can't remember). In any case, this reveals important information about the relative performance of that chip: the iPhone looks to have nearly double the raw graphics processing power of any other phone.

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