Google Pixel 7 Pro with new Tensor G2 chip spotted on Geekbench

Google is prepping to unveil the Pixel 7 series smartphones on October 6 at the “Made By Google” event. The devices will feature new chipsets called Tensor G2.

Google Pixel 7 Pro render reveals a new option

Ahead of the launch, the Pixel 7 Pro has appeared on Geekbench giving us an idea of the new chip’s performance. The chipset has an octa-core processor onboard with a base frequency of 1.80GHz. Two of the cores have a max clock of 2.35GHz and the remaining two can boost up to 2.85GHz.

It appears the tech giant is using the same combination of two Cortex-X1 cores, two Cortex-A76 cores, and four Cortex-A55 cores, with higher clock speeds. The chipset has a new GPU onboard called the Mali-G710, which is expected to offer a 20% bump in performance and 20% increased power efficiency.

Google Pixel 7 Pro with Tensor G2 chip spotted on geekbench

The benchmark shows that the Google Pixel 7 Pro scores 1068 points on the single-core test and 2149 points on the multi-core test of Geekbench 5. Other than that, the listing shows that the device has 12GB RAM and operates on Android 12.

Google Pixel 7 Pro Specs (Expected)

In terms of design, the Pixel 7 Pro will carry over the majority of the details from the Pixel 6 Pro with some changes. It is rumored to feature a 6.7-inch 120Hz OLED display.

Google Pixel 7 Pro render

On the optics front, the device will carry three sensors on the back. These will include a 50MP main camera (Samsung GN1) and a 13MP ultrawide camera (Sony IMX38) and a 48MP telephoto camera (Samsung GM1). upfront, the device will likely house a 10.87MP (Samsung 3J1) sensor.

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