An alleged Apple iPhone 6s prototype has been spotted on the GeekBench database by Chinese website MyDrivers. Featuring a tri-core Apple A9 chipset and 2GB of RAM, the device managed to post scores higher than almost all flagship smartphones in the market currently.
In the single-core test, the iPhone 6s managed to score 1811, significantly higher than most Android flagship smartphones such as the Galaxy S6, LG G4 and the HTC One M9. This isn’t very surprising though as the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus also managed to outperform their Android rivals by a small margin in the single-core test.
The biggest surprise though is the performance of the iPhone 6s in the multi-core test. While the iPhone 6 Plus manages to score around 3,000 in this test, the iPhone 6s prototype managed to score a very impressive 4,577. This score is also higher than most Android flagship smartphones out there, with the exception of the Exynos 7420 powered Samsung flagship devices.