Pixel 7 Pro ran a performance test

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, already shown around in the spring, will start in a few hours – already in the few markets where Google officially or through its partners will market them. At home, availability is more problematic and there may be problems with 5G, which is a shame, because we are happy to test reference phones from the software and camera side as well, but we expect complete knowledge and an easy guarantee. At today’s grand presentation of the two top models, the missing data from the specification will be revealed, but Google will not necessarily reveal the Tensor G2 chip performance.

Performance test (the table can be opened)
Benchmark Google Pixel 7 Pro Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro Xiaomi Poco F4 GT Asus ROG Phone 6D Ultimate Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max ZTE Nubia Red Magic 7S Pro
System chip Google Tensor G2 Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ Apple A16 Bionic Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
AnTuTu9 801116 points 1116679 points 939810 points 1091636 points 952950 points 1105463 points
Geekbench 5 (single/multi) 1068 / 3149 points 1317 / 4137 points 1180 / 3453 points 1389 / 4501 points 1889 / 5502 points 1345 / 4192 points

It’s good that the results measured in Geekbench 5 are added to the online database, so it turned out that the Pixel 7 Pro completed the single-threaded task with 1068 points and the multi-threaded one with 3149 points, and in AnTuTu V9 all components combined scored 801116 points. These are not the least impressive results compared to this year’s line-up, but last year Google did not focus on processor and graphics raw power, but on the performance of the image processor and AI chip, because these perform certain specific tasks (say, multi-element image processing) much more efficiently.

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