Popular synthetic CPU benchmarking tool Geekbench has been updated to version 4. The new version comes with multiple changes and is available across all major platforms.
One of the major changes in Geekbench 4 is the removal of separate tests for mobile and desktop platforms. Previous benchmarks had different tests keeping in mind the hardware differences between the platforms but with the newer smartphones getting faster that is no longer necessary.
The updated benchmark includes new workloads, such as executing SQLite queries, processing LLVM file, and rendering PDF documents. There are also other workloads including JPEG compression, HTML5 parsing, camera, Gaussian blur, ray trace, and N-body physics.
Geekbench 4 also includes GPU compute tests, including workloads involving histogram equalization, Gaussian blur, RAW processing, particle physics, and more.
Geekbench is now available on Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android. The iOS and Android apps are free and fully featured. The desktop apps are paid and can be purchased with a private or professional license for single platform and multi-platform setups.
not EVERYONE are lazy. Akinaro. I don't mind getting a random phone (with decent amount of storage.) and test the feeling of it. Of either Android or iOS.
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Nothing is better than another useless and totally unrealistic benchmark that dont do anything beside making random number flashing in front of people that need some statistic to troll other people... Today users are so lazy, that instead of usi...