Following a series of leaks and rumours, Google recently confirmed that it will unveil the next-generation Google Pixel 7 series of smartphones on October 6, 2022 in the global market. The series will consist of two smartphones—the vanilla Google Pixel 7 and the Google Pixel 7 Pro.
Both devices are said to feature new chipsets called Tensor G2. A new report suggests that the Google Pixel 7 Pro has made an appearance on the Geekbench benchmarking website revealing the new chipset details for the device. Let us take a look.
Google Pixel 7 Pro Specifications (Expected)
As seen in the image above, the Google Pixel 7 Pro has been listed on the Geekbench database, giving us an idea of the new chip’s performance. Based on the listing, the chipset has an octa-core processor onboard with a base frequency of 1.80GHz. Two cores have a max clock of 2.35GHz and the remaining two can boost up to 2.8GHz. As revealed by the Geekbench database, the company has used a combination of two Cortex-X1 cores, two Cortex-A76 cores, and four Cortex-A55 cores, with higher clock speeds.
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Furthermore, the chipset will be coupled with a new GPU called the Mali-G710, which is expected to offer a 20% bump in performance and 20% increased power efficiency. As for the Geekbench 5 test scores, the Google Pixel 7 Pro has scored 1068 points in the single-core test and 2149 points in the multi-core test. The listing also shows that the device will be launched with 12GB of RAM and will run on Android 12 Operating System out of the box.
Based on previous leaks, the Google Pixel 7 Pro will feature a 6.7-inch 120Hz OLED display. The smartphone is expected to offer three camera sensors, including a 50MP main camera (Samsung GN1), a 13MP ultrawide camera (Sony IMX38), and a 48MP telephoto camera (Samsung GM1). For selfies and video calls, the device will most likely feature a 10.87MP (Samsung 3J1) sensor.
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