As raveled by Google’s upcoming Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will be powered by Google’s own latest Tensor G2 chipset. Pixel 7 series will be unveiled in a few hours, and thanks to plenty of rumors and leaks, we already knew everything about these devices. The high-end Pixel 7 Pro is already seemingly getting benchmarked with the Tensor G2 platform on Geekbench and AnTuTu.
New information surfaced online suggests it’ll be powerful enough to compete with its predecessors. According to the leaked Geekbench and AnTuTu listings, as spotted by Yogesh Brar, the Pixel 7 Pro beats the Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6a phones in both single-core and multi-core scores.
How fast is Google’s latest Tensor 2 chip for the Pixel 7 Pro? The difference between the scores is minimal. Brar claimed these scores are roughly comparable to the Snapdragon 888/888+, which are chipsets that were found in most of the flagship phones from 2021. The Tensor G2 chipset is supposed to score major improvements to ISP (image signal processing) and the performance of the SoC’s machine-learning and AI abilities. Here’s a look at how the Pixel 7 Pro performed on benchmarking tests and how the Tensor G2’s numbers compared to results from other leading smartphones of Google.
The Pixel 7 Pro scored 1,068 points in the single-core test and 3,149 points in the multi-core test on Geekbench, and it also scored 801116 points on AnTuTu V9. We are looking for the phone to release. Once that happens, we will get a much better idea of benchmarks and, thus, overall improved thermal performance and stability with the Tensor G2.