AnTuTu appears to confirm 4GB of RAM for all 3 new iPhones
AnTuTu has released scores that it claims are for the new iPhone series via its official Weibo channel. These phones - the 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max - are in fact referred to as the iPhone 12,1, 12,3 and 12,5 respectively. This, however, is in line with how one of the same has shown up on Geekbench as of late. They also list each device's software and SoC as iOS 13 and the A13 Bionic respectively, which is consistent with the new phones' specifications.
Should these new test results prove valid, they show that the 11 and 11 Pro achieved comparable results - in fact, the cheaper 11 made slightly more ground. The 11 Pro Max, on the other hand, surpassed a total score of 460,000. This, then, is looking good for the new iPhones so far.
However, the benchmark result graphics also show that each device has 4GB of RAM, regardless of price-tier or storage level. As those for the iPhone 11 Pro Max also shows its maximum internal storage option of 512GB, they are rather convincing. Then again, this directly contradicts a report by OnLeaks asserting that the 2 Pro variants actually have 6GB of RAM. Who is right? Only time may tell.