Primate Labs recently released GeekBench 6.0, which mainly optimizes the large and small nuclear architecture and includes multiple new tests. Igeekphone queried the page, which so far has 1,000 pages of results.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, a model SM-918N, scored 1,957 in GeekBench 6.0.0 with a single core and 5,258 with a multi-core. In GeekBench 5.5.1, the same model scored 1,556 for single-core and 4,813 for multicore.
It can be found from the data that the running score of GeekBench 6.0 is higher than that of GeekBench 5.5.1. This is largely because the developers tweaked the score to add new variables like photo galleries and photo filters, while dropping related variables like AES-XTS, speech recognition and machine learning.