iPhone X: Apple’s 2018 Flagship Might Easily Outdo Galaxy Note 9 With New A12 Processor, Per ‘Tom’s Guide’

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iPhone X: Apple’s 2018 Flagship Might Easily Outdo Galaxy Note 9 With New A12 Processor, Per ‘Tom’s Guide’

With the recent launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the iPhone X is now expected to take center stage as the most talked about unannounced device of the moment, as consumers and tech analysts alike speculate on how Apple will help its upcoming flagship stand out against the newly unveiled phablet from South Korea. While many reports have pointed to certain rumored features, a newer one suggests that the iPhone X might trump the Galaxy Note 9 in a more fundamental, general area — benchmark performance.

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