Apple’s A10 chip is regarded presently as arguably the most powerful mobile phone processor presently available in the market and rightfully so. The chip’s performance has been evaluated in a number of tests including Geekbench, and AnTuTu and the results it pooled shows it is nothing like we have seen before. However, all that is likely to change when the Apple A10X Fusion chip hit the market because a leaked Geekbench benchmark result of the A10X has emerged on Weibo with amazing results which trump that of the A10 chip.
The Apple A10X Fusion chipset would power Apple’s expected iPad Pro tablets which we recently heard are in the works. Only yesterday it emerged that Apple will release three iPad Pro tablets with sizes of 7.9 inches, 10.1 inches and 12.9 inches respectively.
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The graph showing the A10X performance reveals the expected iPad chip garnered a single-core performance score of 4236 points and in the multi-core performance test, it scored 6588 points. When compared with the A9X processor, the A10X’s singel-core performance increased by 34%, while the multi-core performance leaped by 27%. On the other hand, when compared with iPhone 7’s A10 Fusion chip, the A10X single-core performance increased 21.9%, multi-core performance increase of 19.8%. [source]