Benchmark tests on rare pre-released iPhone 4S’s show that the phone operates at a faster clip than the Motorola Droid Bionic and Samsung Galaxy S II, said electronista.
The newest iPhone clocks at 800MHz, below the speeds of Android Gingerbread phones and it only seems to offer half the RAM, but its real-world performance in browsing and graphics is faster than the top Android phones.
“The dual-core Power VR SGX 543 processor found in [Apple’s] A5 processor has a significant edge in performance over the Mali 400 GPU found in the Samsung Exynos 1.2GHz processor found in the Galaxy S II and the single core SGX 540 found in the TI OMAP 1GHz processor in the Droid Bionic that will not change with an OS update,” said electronista.
The iPhone 4S is not quite as fast as the iPad 2 however, it offers about 75 percent of the benchmark capacity. You can click on the AnandTech link below for all the benchmark results you can handle.