A new benchmark has surfaced that gives us a better idea of the Pixel 7 Pro’s specs, specifically the CPU and GPU improvements on the Google Tensor G2 chip.
We’re looking forward to the release of the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, which is set to showcase properly on Google. October 6 hardware event. Google gave us an early introduction to phones at Google I/O, but a few details are yet to be confirmed.
One of the biggest mysteries has been the upcoming “Tensor G2” chip, set to be the second generation of the Google Tensor chip created in partnership with Samsung. After making a strong debut in the Pixel 6 series, although it lagged behind the competition last year, many are wondering where Google will take the next Tensor line.
Thanks to some expert research by the Android developer Cuban Wojciechowski We now have strong evidence on Twitter of what the Pixel 7 Pro and Tensor G2 chip will bring to the table in terms of performance. But first, we need to go through a little disclaimer, as most of the new information comes from a new source. Geekbench list For Pixel 7 Pro.
It should be noted that it is quite easy to falsify the information reported by Geekbench. That said, there are a few finer details that our team has also reviewed and confirmed, suggesting this Pixel 7 Pro comparison is legitimate. Likewise, these details should be taken with a grain of salt.
Looking at the details, it seems that Google hasn’t changed much about the CPU cores used between last year’s Tensor and this year’s Tensor G2. It uses the same combination of two Cortex-X1 cores, two Cortex-A76 cores and four Cortex-A55 cores, albeit with slightly higher clock speeds than what can be put together. These slightly increased speeds combined with smaller ones 4nm die size Using it seems to improve the Tensor G2 and Pixel 7 Pro multi-core benchmark by about 10%.
While this may seem disappointing at first, this might turn out to be the best since the Pixel 7’s raw performance isn’t what we’re looking to improve. as my colleague pointed out by Ben SchoonThe Pixel 7 and Tensor G2 need to catch up with what the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 did in terms of heat reduction and power efficiency. Aspect Cuban speculationsit is possible – though far from confirmed – that this design could help achieve this level of efficiency.
However, the Pixel 7 Pro’s Tensor G2 specifications with Get a significant boost in GPU switching from Mali-G78 to Mali-G710. This is the new GPU set to offer 20% better performance, 20% better power efficiency, and even 35% better for machine learning usage, one of the main focuses of the Tensor series.
On this note, there are also signs Google plans to include a next-generation Tensor Processing Unit (TPU), codenamed “Janeiro”, in the Tensor G2, which should offer another boost to the Pixel 7 series. One final but confirmed detail by benchmarking is that the Pixel 7 Pro will likely have 12GB of RAM just like the Pixel 6 Pro.
All in all, the Tensor G2 may not make the Pixel 7 Pro an incredibly exciting update in terms of features for owners of the Pixel 6 series, but iterative upgrades may provide a more consistent experience. For those of you waiting for Google to “solve” things with the emerging Tensor series of chips, this might be exactly what you’re looking for.
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