“The first iPhone 5 reviews have lifted, confirming the leaked Geekbench data we saw in our earlier post,” Anand Lal Shimpi and Brian Klug report for AnandTech.

“Apple’s A6 appears to feature two custom ARM cores running at up to 1GHz. A new datapoint comes courtesy of our own Brian Klug who’s currently visiting LG in Seoul, South Korea,” Lal Shimpi and Klug report. “He ran into Vincent Nguyen of Slashgear fame, who kindly let him run SunSpider 0.9.1 on Vincent’s iPhone 5 review sample. The score? 914.7ms.”

Lal Shimpi and Klug report, “As we surmised in our A6 Geekbench post, it looks like Apple specifically targeted improvements in the memory subsystem when designing the A6′s CPU cores. The result is the fastest SunSpider test we’ve ever recorded on a smartphone – faster even than Intel’s Atom Z2460.”

See the benchmarks in the full article here.

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