Google Pixel 7 Pro

Google Pixel 7 Pro: In-Depth analysis

The Google Pixel 7 Pro is not a monster of power but compensates with superior capabilities in photo processing and artificial intelligence.

Google is holding a Pixel conference on October 6, 2022, an event during which several new products will be presented, including the expected Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.

Good performance, but not the best

While waiting for the official presentation of the mobile, the Google Pixel 7 Pro appears in several benchmarks, giving us the first glimpse of its performance.

It scores 1,068 in single-core and 3,149 in multi-core on the Geekbench tool, while it shows 801,116 on AnTuTu. This performance is slightly better than the Pixel 6 series, but the Pixel 7 Pro is clearly not a big step up in terms of power. There remains the hope that the model tested does not have the latest firmware, which will be offered on commercially sold phones.

With its in-house Tensor G2 chip, which brings some improvements over the first generation of the SoC, the Google Pixel 7 Pro should approach the performance of a smartphone equipped with a Snapdragon 888 or 888+, the high-end chips from Qualcomm last year.

A chip designed for photography and AI

Yogesh Brar, who shared the results of the benchmarks, specifies that the chip will especially extinguish the competition in terms of image processing and artificial intelligence, suggesting an even more impressive photo quality than usual on the Pixel smartphones.

The design of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro is already known, as are the majority of their technical specifications. To know everything about the two models, we invite you to start playing the video below, which has just leaked.

Even the price of the Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro is no longer a secret. In France, the Pixel 7 will cost 649 euros, while the Pixel 7 Pro will be sold for 899 euros. The good news, Google has therefore not increased its prices compared to the smartphones of the previous generation.

Read more about Google Pixel 7 And 7 Pro: Now We Know The European Prices!

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Abram left his e-business studies to devote himself to his entrepreneurial projects. In 2017, he created the company Inbound Media and wrote articles about high-tech products for his Chromebookeur site. In 2019, Chromebookeur was renamed Macbound and became a general purchasing advice site. Today, Abram manages the development and growth of Macbound, surrounded by a young and talented team.

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