Okay, I just watched this video and I can’t get my head around it. Around 08:30 he starts comparing the performance of both phones by opening Minecraft. The 8 Plus was a bit faster but as he says it might be down to the fact that A11 ramps up to it’s full power faster than A12. Fine, makes sense, it was a short task anyway and the difference was negligible. However then he proceeds to the “mother of all phone processors test”, the exporting of a mighty 4K 60 video. I felt that here the A12 should shine since it’s a very demanding task which needs more time. More than enough time for A12 to show it’s brute strength, right? Well, the 8 Plus starched the XR again, with a considerable difference I might add. So what gives? How’s this possible? Is it an optimization issue or what? This is kinda important for me because I edit small (but hefty) GoPro videos on my phone all the time. My 7 plus is very good at it and while I’m contemplating the jump to the XS or XR I need to know that their power is not on paper only.