Google Pixel 7 series benchmark hints at what to expect from new Tensor G2 chip

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Earlier in May this 12 months, Google gave us a glimpse of what the Pixel 7 would appear to be. The smartphone is now set to launch subsequent week together with another Pixel-series merchandise throughout Google’s October 6 occasion. Among a new design and another adjustments, the Pixel 7 is anticipated to be powered by a new in-house Tensor chip.

Now, simply weeks forward of the launch, a new benchmark has surfaced on the web giving us a glimpse at what the new Tensor G2 chipset on the Pixel 7 series may need to provide. According to Android developer Kuba Wojciechowski, Tensor G2 will use the Cortex-A55 CPU cores, which additionally powered the primary era Tensor.

In a latest tweet, Wojciechowski mentions that the Tensor G2 has barely quicker clock speeds, and when mixed with the 4nm course of node, the chip may improve the multi-core efficiency by about ten per cent, whereas having the identical degree of single-core efficiency as the primary era Tensor.

Coming to the GPU, the Tensor G2 options the Mali-G78, which may be 20 per cent quicker and use 20 per cent much less energy in contrast to the GPU on the first-generation Tensor. Google may also embrace an improved TPU codenamed ‘Janeiro’, which could assist the corporate ship improved AI experiences. The Geekbench additionally means that the Pixel 7 Pro may need 12GB of RAM.

The tipster additionally recommended that the tech large has already acquired some early samples of the third era Tensor codenamed ‘zuma’, which can allegedly be fabricated on Samsung’s 3nm GAAFET course of node. During Google’s annual fall product launch occasion, the corporate may also debut the primary Pixel Watch alongside new Pixel earbuds.

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