Pixel 4 XL Vs iPhone XS Max Vs Note 10 Plus – Benchmark Leak Frustrates
We've got a month left before they're official, and Google's Pixel 4 lineup is leaking like hotcakes. We've seen live images, specifications, renders and even benchmarks for the smartphones surface on the rumor mill. These, when taken together, paint a good picture of what to expect from the devices. Now, another benchmark allegedly for Pixel 4 XL has surfaced on GeekBench, so head on below if you're interested.
Google Pixel 4 XL GeekBench Score Disappoints In Multi-Core Tests With A 9045 Point Score
With advances in processor fabrication, smartphones of today are vastly more capable in terms of performance than their predecessors. This competency is highlighted through benchmarks, which evaluate the different workloads a device's processor must compute. The scores, while not perfect, still serve as a base for comparing different devices.
Today we've got a GeekBench score for the Google Pixel 4 XL, and if you're looking to get one for yourself after the lineup's launch next month, then you're bound to be disappointed by the scores. Of course, it's important to keep in mind that one score is unlikely to represent a pre-launch gadget's final performance, as Google is bound to have made tweaks to the Pixel 4 XL's performance before its available in the market.
As seen above, the Pixel 4 XL scores 2376 points in single and 9045 points in multi-core tests. Comparing these with aggregate scores of the iPhone XS Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, we see that the upcoming smartphone is at the end of the pack. The iPhone XS Max a 4813 single and 11381 multi-core score in GeekBench, while the Note 10 Plus scores 3419 in single and 10544 in multi-core tests. Both the devices show a significant lead over the Pixel 4 XL, and we hope that today's benchmark does not reflect the device's final, post-launch performance.
The Pixels 4 will have several features setting the smartphone apart from their competitors. For instance, a new telephoto lens will not only provide the gadgets with 10x optical zoom, but Google's special camera algorithms will also let them capture pictures of the night sky. On their front, the smartphones will have a brand new radar chip allowing gesture navigation. Now if only we'd come across a decent benchmark.
Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.