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Apple iPhone 12 Pro Vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 20: Face Off

The CRN Test Center puts Apple’s new iPhone 12 Pro head-to-head against Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note smartphone.

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Processor And RAM

Powering the iPhone 12 Pro is the A14 Bionic chip, which features a six-core CPU—and which Apple is touting as the “fastest chip in a smartphone.” CPU performance can reach as much as 50-percent faster speeds than “the fastest competing smartphone chips,” Apple said.

Initial Geekbench 5 benchmark scores reported online do signal that the A14 Bionic provides a performance advantage for the iPhone 12 Pro over the Galaxy Note 20, which is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 Plus processor. The eight-core chip brings a 10-percent increase to its clock speed over the prior version, the Snapdragon 865. For the Snapdragon 865 Plus, the clock speed registers at 3.1 GHz, making it the first mobile chip to surpass 3 GHz.

The Galaxy Note 20 also compensates by including 8 GB of RAM, above the reported 6 GB of RAM for the iPhone 12 Pro.

 
 
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