Was announced Samsung S23 phones Last week, and it will reach the public on February 17, however, reviews were made by specialists and the performance standards for the S23 Ultra phone were announced compared to the iPhone 14 Pro for last year, and those standards indicated in the end that the iPhone 14 Pro is the fastest and that It has a processor that is the fastest in the world by a large margin.

According to Geekbench results for single-core performance, the S23 Ultra scored 1480, while its closest competitor iPhone 14 Pro scored 1874, 21.02% faster than the S23 Ultra in just one test.

And when it comes to multi-core performance, the difference in the number of cores is slightly smaller, but the performance is still great. Where the S23 Ultra scored 4584, compared to 5384 for the iPhone 14 Pro, which is 14.86% faster than the S23 Ultra.

Samsung is trying hard to keep up with Apple's processor technology, but the gap has widened in recent years. For example, there was a significant improvement in the performance of the iPhone 13 last year over the performance of the S22 in single-core and multi-core processing tests, regardless of whether the S22 was powered by the first-generation Snapdragon 8 processor used in models sold in the United States or a processor Samsung Exynos 2200 for models sold in Europe.

The improvement in the performance of Samsung devices this year, despite this big difference between it and the iPhone 14 Pro, is due to Samsung stopping using Exynos processors that were described as poor in the European market, as the fastest and most energy-efficient Qualcomm processor was approved.

During the remaining seven months of the announcement of the new Apple phones, the iPhone 15 series, Apple will seek to enhance this performance more and more in the new processors, and the iPhone 15 models may contain a second-generation A-series chip with 3 nanometer technology, which It will increase processing performance by 10-15%, while reducing power consumption by up to 35%.

Thus, the gap will widen more and more, and competitors must work with all their strength to catch up with the performance of Apple processors, and how can they do that? However, they introduce new technologies that Apple does not know anything about, and this may be very unlikely.

What do you think of the results of these new standards? And what do you think might distinguish the new Samsung phone, S23 Ultra, from the iPhone 14 Pro? Tell us in the comments.



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