Google’s Pixel 8 Series: New Samsung-Made Chipset’s Benchmark Score Found on Geekbench

Google’s next-generation Pixel smartphone, the Pixel 8 series, will be released this fall.

This new chipset, which is manufactured by Samsung’s 4nm process, has its benchmark score found for the first time on Geekbench.

This benchmark score is from Geekbench 5, the previous generation of Geekbench,The score is about the same as last year’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Snapdragon 8+ Gen1That’s what it feels like.

The core configuration of this Tensor G3 was leaked first, and its performance may be slightly inferior to Snapdragon 8 Gen2? It was the general view thatAs far as the benchmark score of this time is concerned, it is far behindIt’s a feeling.

Score of Snapdragon 8 Gen2-equipped machine

However, there are only a few scores that have been found yet, and it is possible that a low score just happened to be in the process of adjustment (this low score can be obtained even with an SD8Gen2-equipped machine).

So it’s too early to judge this as an average benchmark score for Tensor G3.

However, in any case, there seems to be no doubt that the performance has improved significantly from the Tensor G2 chipset installed in the Pixel 7 series.

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