Previously, Samsung’s Exynos 2200, which uses AMD mRDNA architecture GPU, also leaked GFXBenchGPU benchmark results. The score in Manhattan 3.1 was 170.7 FPS, which is still far from A15 Bionic. In different applications, there may be differences in results. Even if the number of GPU cores is the same, I believe that A15 Bionic can still maintain high performance. In addition, A15 Bionic will still maintain the configuration of A14 Bionic in terms of CPU, that is, a design with 2 large cores and 4 small cores.
A15 Bionic will be manufactured using TSMC’s N5P process. Compared with the standard N5 process, the power consumption will be lower and the efficiency will be higher. Before the official release of the iPhone 13 series of mobile phones, it is very likely that other benchmark test results will be leaked, which may give us a better understanding of the performance of the A15 Bionic. Since A14 Bionic (N5), A15 Bionic (N5P), and the next A16 Bionic (N4) are all products based on TSMC’s N5 process node, many people worry that Apple
may encounter difficulties in improving performance.