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Google Pixel 6 Pro appeared on Geekbench with Tensor SoC! Here’s what Tensor chip offers

Pixel 6 Pro
Pixel 6 pro

For the first time, Google has acknowledged that it will use its own Tensor SoC. According to a new rumor, the SoC is nothing more than an unreleased Samsung Exynos 9855 SoC that will perform similarly to the Exynos 2100 SoC. The Pixel 6 Pro has now been purportedly revealed in a Geekbench listing, revealing 2 x 2.8 GHz ARM Cortex-X1 CPU cores for ultimate processing capability, 2 x 2.25 GHz performance cores, and 4 x 1.8GHz power-efficient CPU cores.

Pixel 6 Pro Geekbench Score: Is Tensor SoC better than Exynos 2100 or Snapdragon 888?

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To refresh your memory, the Exynos 2100 Octa-Core CPU contains one 2.9GHz ARM Cortex-X1 CPU for maximum processing power, three 2.8GHz ARM A78 CPUs for best performance, and four 2.2GHz ARM A55 CPUs optimized for efficiency. The Google Tensor SoC, like the Exynos 2100, will contain an ARM Mali-G78 GPU.

Geekbench 5, it shows a Single-Core score of 414 and a Multi-Core score of 2074. The phone features a total of 12GB of RAM and is powered by Android 12. Despite the fact that this has two Cortex-X1 Prime Cores compared to one in the Exynos 2100 and Snapdragon 888, the Exynos 2100 and Snapdragon 888’s 3 x 2.8GHz performance cores provide better benchmark results.

The Google Tensor SoC’s Exynos Modem 5123 for 5G was unveiled in the Android 12 beta 4 release. The modem uses 7-nanometer (nm) processing technology and can deliver download rates of up to 7.35Gbps 5G NR mmWave and 5.1Gbps Sub-6GHz.

In the coming weeks, we’ll have more information to work with. There are reports that indicate to an October launch, once Android 12 is released in a stable form.


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