Geekbench showed that Tensor G3 really did improve but it won’t beat Qualcomm’s chipset across the board.
The arrival of the Google 8 Pixel series is upon us, so leaks about its unboxing and performance are overflowing.
Let’s start with the performance that recently came to light. The Google Pixel 8 Pro will lead the official launch of Android 14. It’s powered by the brand-new Google Tensor G3 processor, which appeared on Geekbench.
But the chipset is a bit disappointing in this benchmark for it fell behind another smartphone powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
Google Pixel 8 Pro scored 1760 on single-core performance and 4442 on multi-core performance. Don’t think these scores are bad because they aren’t. Though they looked uncool when compared to the OnePlus 11. Check the screenshots below.
The OnePlus 11 scored better than Pixel 8 Pro on multi-core, meaning, the former can juggle apps more reliably.
However, Pixel 8 Pro beats Pixel 7 Pro in the 1v1 match. Tensor G2 only scored 1407 in single-core and 3384 in multi-core. That means Tensor G3 has a 79% and a 76% higher performance on respective metrics than its predecessor.
Meanwhile, a tipster has shared the unboxing of the Google Pixel 8 Pro. The packaging includes the smartphone, a USB-C cable, a charger, and a Quick Switch adapter.