IPhone processor Dual Core 1.8 6s & 2 GHZ?

Hi all

I am little confused here, seeking your help guys

What is the difference b/w 1.8 GHZ & 2 GHZ Dual Core Processor?

In fact, I'm looking to buy 6 s IPHONE 64 GB here in Dubai, but I found above mention question in 2 different stores.

2 ghz is cheaper than 1.8, 2 separate processors by APPLE in 6s?

need your help.

Thank you

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As far as I know, all units of the iPhone 6s have the same CPU clock speed. Looks like that the store has made a mistake in the description of the phone.

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