This time Apple used its own A11 Bionic chipset in the iPhone X and duo iPhone 8(s). The SoC has six CPU cores, with the ability to run all of them simultaneously.
Now, the iPhone X went through GeekBench 4, and both the the single-core and multi-core scores prove that the chipset is indeed very powerful. With A11 Bionic chipset, the iPhone X beats all the 2017 flagship Smartphones in the market including the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+ and the OnePlus 5.
The multi-core scores for the iPhone X is at 10,069 while the single-core score for the iPhone X is at 4,188. Apple claims that the A11 Bionic chip features a 64-bit architecture with Neural Engine and Embedded M11 motion coprocessor. It's a six-core CPU design with two performance cores that are 25 percent faster than the company's A10 Fusion