Google Pixel 7 Pro runs AnTuTu benchmark ahead of launch

Google Pixel 7 Pro runs AnTuTu benchmark ahead of launch

In a few hours during the “Made by Google” event, the Google Pixel 7 series is slated to be presented (here’s how to watch it live). Two smartphones from the Pixel family, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, will be unveiled at the event.

Both of these gadgets have previously been listed on Geekbench, which gives us a sense of how they perform. Now, a fresh leak has come to light showing the Pixel 7 Pro performing the AnTuTu test.

The new Tensor G2 chipset-powered Pixel 7 Pro was able to get a score of 801,116 points on the AnTuTu benchmark. This is a very subpar performance, well below that of current flagship devices using cutting-edge chipsets as the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and the Dimensity 9000. This is more in line with the Snapdragon 888/888+ chipsets.

The forthcoming flagship has a score that is around 85,000 points higher than the Pixel 6 Pro, which may be considered a respectable generational jump. We previously anticipated that the device wouldn’t set any benchmark records. The performance of the SoC’s machine-learning and AI capabilities, as well as enhancements to ISP (image signal processing), will be the key highlights of the new chipset, as it was previously reported. Although independent testing would be necessary to determine the performance in real-world scenarios, the GPU is also anticipated to see a considerable increase in performance.