There is less and less for Google’s new smartphones: Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will arrive very soon, even if anyway we already know a good part of the technical specifications and design. In any case, we can now get an idea of the processor of Pixel 7 Proas a benchmark performed with the device was leaked.
The benchmark in question was performed by Gadgetfull BD, a Bangladeshi smartphone retailer, and posted on their Facebook page. In particular, probably the most popular benchmarks for smartphones were performed: we are obviously talking about Geekbench And AnTuTu.
In the test Geekbenchthe Pixel 7 Pro scored 1,054 points in single-core and 3,138 points in multi-core: it is quite high value and in line with other top of the Android range (just for comparison, Pixel 6 Pro scored 1,041 points in single-core and 2,739 points in multi-core). In the test of AnTuTuthe smartphone scored 801.116 points.
Although these values are decidedly positive, we remember that a benchmark will never indicate how the smartphone actually behaves during everyday use: for this reason, we will talk about Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro only after having thoroughly tested them.
Pixel 7 And Pixel 7 Pro they will mount the proprietary chip Google Tensor G2 with chip integration Titan M2: this will use complex artificial intelligence algorithms to improve the quality of the photos (a feature that we have already had the opportunity to try with the past generation). Pixel 7 Pro will rely on 12GB of RAMwhile the younger brother it will mount 8 GB of RAM. For both, we speak of 128GB or 256GB of internal memory.
Pixel 7 will have two sensors for the rear camera: the one main will be 50 MPwhile that wide angle will be 12 MP and will have an angle of 106 °. Instead, there will be three sensors mounted on Pixel 7 Pro: in addition to the two just mentioned (the wide-angle one will have a greater angle), there will also be a 48 MP telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom and 30x digital zoom.
We have talked about the technical specifications of the new Google smartphones in much more detail here.