Weibo user zzray, who showed off what appeared to be a working 4.7-inch iPhone 6 over the weekend, has now posted more information about the device, including what are claimed to be iPhone 6 GeekBench 3 test results showing a device with a 1.4 GHz A8 processor, and 1GB of RAM. (Google Translate, via GforGames)
MacRumors notes that the results show the iPhone 6 scoring a 1633 on the single-core test and a 2920 on the multi-core test, which easily bests the 1305 single-core and 2347 dual-coreGeekbench 3 scores for the 1.3 GHz A7 chip on the iPhone 5s. This also contrasts a previous report, which claimed that the A8 chip would top 2 GHz while remaining dual-core.
The data also shows a device with 1GB of RAM, the same amount as on the current flagship device, the iPhone 5s. Last month saw a wiring schematic surface that also indicated the device would sport 1GB of RAM.
The user also posted an alleged photo from the iPhone 6, with comparison shots from an iPhone 5s and an LG 3 handset. The new iPhones are expected to both offer improved camera, with faster focusing and improved power usage. The 5.5-inch model may include an optical stabilization system.
Apple is expected to unveil a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 today, alongside their much-anticipated “iWatch” wearable device.
The Apple event kicks off at 10:00AM Pacific / 1:00PM Eastern Time. MacTrast will cover the event, and will tweet the goings on live for those of you who can’t watch the event, followed up by full coverage of the big announcements immediately following.