The Tensor G2 new processor will be available in the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro when they launch in October. The most expensive model was observed in a test on the well-known benchmarking website Geekbench, so we now have a notion of what to expect from its performance.
From the test, user @Za Raczke was able to glean some crucial information. In this arrangement, the Pixel 7 Pro has eight CPU cores that are broken up into groups of 4+2+2 cores, with four Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.8 GHz, two Cortex-A76 cores, and two Cortex-X1 cores, all clocked at 2.35 GHz.
Even though this appears to be the identical setup as the Tensor G1 of the Pixel 6 line, it nevertheless managed to score 1,068 points on single-core and an additional 3,149 points when the processor’s full power was needed. This suggests that the new smartphone’s multi-core will perform about 10% better.
The replacement of the Mali-G78 GPU with the Mali-G710 can result in a 20% speed boost, a 35% improvement in machine learning tasks, and an additional 20% reduction in energy consumption for the graphics component.
The test also demonstrates that it will be unveiled with Android 13 as anticipated, being the first smartphone in the world to ship with the new operating system already installed. Additionally, it had 12 GB of RAM when it was listed, but it is unknown if there will be other variations.
To validate these and other specifics, we will now have to wait until his presentation on October 6.
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