September isn't that far off, so it's not implausible to see the next iPhone giving a go at popular cross-platform benchmark Geekbench.
The device in question identifies itself as iPhone 11,2 and runs iOS 12 on 4GB of RAM (1GB more than the iPhone X) and a newer SoC - D321AP which suggests a newer model than the iPhone X' D22AP.
Both the single-core and multi-core results show the same ballpark performance as the iPhone X, but benchmarks are decided many times through optimization and not brute strength.
To rehash, Apple is expected to launch three iPhones in 2018 - the entry-level iPhone with a 6.1-inch screen and single camera, a continuation of the 5.8-inch iPhone X and a 6.5-inch iPhone Plus that will be the same size as the iPhone 8 Plus and possibly have three cameras.
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