The Google Pixel 6 Pro is expected to launch every soon. The highlight of the upcoming Pixel series is not just the Android 12 that it will run on but also the chipset that will power the smartphone. The Google Pixel 6 series is confirmed to be powered by the Google Tensor SoC. Many expected that the Tensor chipset from Google would outperform the flagship leader Snapdragon 888 easily. But looking at the Geekbench results of the Google Pixel Pro, it doesn’t feel like that. The Geekbench score of the smartphone shows that it might not even be able to outperform the OnePlus 9 series devices.
Google Pixel 6 Pro Geekbench Results
The Google Pixel 6 Pro’s Geekbench scores are - 881 (single-core) and 2939 (Multi-core score). It is worth noting that this score isn’t much different from that of the OnePlus Nord 2 5G launched in India recently. Further, there are many mid-range smartphones in the market today that can all deliver the same performance as that of the scores mentioned above.
So, while Google Tensor is expected to deliver a flagship experience, it might not be able to do. But there’s one thing to consider, how well the chipset is integrated with the hardware. Regardless, the results don’t look very promising at the moment, which is something for Google to consider because it will likely price the Google Pixel 6 Pro in the same range as that of the other flagships in the market.
The Google Pixel 6 Pro is expected to come with a 6.7-inch OLED panel with support for 120Hz refresh rate. It might feature a Quad-HD+ resolution display and come with a triple camera setup where the primary sensor is a 50MP lens paired with a 48MP telephoto sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle sensor. It will be interesting to see how the smartphone fares against other flagships in the market and whether it will be successful.