Google will hold a new product launch conference on October 6, local time, to launch new products such as the Pixel 7 series and Pixel Watch smartwatches.
Among them, the Pixel 7 Pro will be the absolute protagonist this time, and it is also Google’s top Android flagship, with the Android 13 operating system pre-installed at the factory.
Before the press conference, the real Pixel 7 Pro was exposed, and the AnTuTu benchmark data of the machine was also shown.
It can be seen that the Pixel 7 Pro only got 800,000 points, which is roughly similar to the Snapdragon 888. According to the latest performance ranking of AnTuTu, the current mainstream Android flagships have easily entered the ranks of one million points, and Google can’t even see the back.
It is reported that the machine will be equipped with the self-developed Google Tensor G2 chip, which consists of two Cortex X1 large cores, two Cortex A76 large cores, and four Cortex A55 small cores. It is built on Samsung’s 4nm process, and the CPU performance is only improved by 10%. %about.
The GPU has been upgraded from the previous generation Mali-G78 to Mali-G710, and the performance has improved by about 20%, but the improvement in running points is not obvious, and the final actual experience may not be too optimistic.