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We all want to know how iPhone 5, if pitch against Samsung Galaxy S2, will perform. Samsung Galaxy S2 which is the number one contender and the current most powerful smartphone will be against the might Apple’s iPhone 5. The battle for number one spot, who will win, iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S2.
While you all might be wondering that iPhone 5 has not been released yet then how can compare iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S2. Yes we know that iPhone 5 is not out yet, but we do know that it is going to have the same processor as Apple’s iPad 2, that is the A5 processor.
Samsung Galaxy S2 II uses graphics processing unit based on the Mali-400 core and it is called the Exynos 4210, and it packs some serious stuff, but the iPhone 5 with A5 processor is even faster.
Samsung implemented a 4-core version of the Mali-400 in the 4210 and its resulting performance is staggering as you can see above. Although it’s still not as fast as the PowerVR SGX 543MP2 found in the iPad 2, it’s anywhere from 1.7 – 4x faster than anything that’s shipping in a smartphone today.
iPhone 5 is going to have the same processor as Apple’s iPad 2: A5 Processor
As you can see from the above GL Benchmark, the Exynos 4210 (Samsung Galaxy S2) is more than four times faster than 800 MHz A4 iPhone 4, two times faster than 1GHz Tegra 2 Galaxy Tab 10.1, but it fails short of the expected iPhone 5’s A5 processor, which is approximately two times faster than Samsung Galaxy S2’s 1.2 GHz Exynos 4210.
We can be wrong if Apple does not include the A5 processor in the next generation iPhone but it is very likely that iPhone 5 will have A5 processor. So folks if iPhone 5 gets released with A5 processor it will be faster than Samsung Galaxy SII.